Bartlett Tree Experts acquires Reid’s Tree Care
BEDFORD HILLS, NY – SavATree has named two new regional vice presidents and has acquired Clear Cut Tree and Lawn Care of Monroe, Connecticut.
“Clear Cut Tree was an institution in southwest Connecticut,” said Daniel van Starrenburg, CEO of SavATree. “We are honored that you have chosen to partner with SavATree to expand their offering. Your knowledgeable team will be a great asset for the future, as we honor our joint commitment to high quality and environmentally conscious care. “
Clear Cut Tree was founded in 2007 and has been providing comprehensive tree care services to the region ever since. Clear-Cut Tree owners Dan and Meghan Riccio will be staying to ensure a seamless transition. Arborist Mike Frangione and the Clear Cut team of specialists will remain to serve the community. Customers now have access to an expanded range of professional tree, shrub and lawn care services, including a selection of biological treatment options.
“SavATree shares many of our values, such as science-based solutions and excellent customer support,” said Meghan & Dan Riccio. “Our customers are in good hands”
Mike Schoeni and Guy Gunther have been named regional vice presidents.
Schoeni is a 30 year veteran from SavATree and came shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a BS in Forest and Soil Sciences. Previously, he was a District Manager, Branch Manager and ISA Certified Arborist at SavATree. In his new role as Regional Vice President, he will oversee the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions and focus on customer service, sales and operations.
Gunther comes to SavATree from the communications industry. He has extensive experience entering new markets and an MBA in Economics and Marketing from the University of Chicago. As Regional Vice President he will support the West and Midwest regions, markets in which he has lived and worked for years. Gunther’s background and education will contribute to further geographic growth.
“As SavATree grows, having the best leadership is critical to us,” said Daniel van Starrenburg, CEO of SavATree. “Mike and Guy are exactly the right people to fill these new roles and to offer our regions orientation and support. They are both very talented and committed to driving our initiatives around employee engagement, safety, customer satisfaction and sustainability. “