Mike Schoeni, District Manager
Years of Service:
University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, B.S. in Forestry and Soil Science
Reading, running, skiing and being a soccer dad and swimming dad for my teenage girls
How did you get started with SavATree?
After working for a forestry management company in Switzerland, my first position with SavATree was as a plant health care specialist, then an arborist. I was promoted to branch manager before ultimately becoming district manager.
Most memorable SavATree moment?
I would have to say the community service project we did as a team at the 911 memorial at St. Paul’s Chapel. We performed restoration work on trees there and while it was a somber, humbling experience it was very fulfilling to be able to do something to help the community at that time.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
I get the greatest satisfaction from making an impact for people on their landscapes. Whether it’s transforming properties from hazardous to safe, or unhealthy to well maintained, this gives us the chance to showcase our expertise and add real value for the customer. That is what I love about being in this business and it is something our customers really appreciate.