John Easley, ISA Certified Arborist


Territory and Services:

John operates out of SavATree’s Indianapolis branch providing tree care service in Northwest Indianapolis, Zionsville, Whitestown, and Lebanon. Some popular services provided by John and the team to their Indianapolis area clients include tree pruning and trimming, tree removal, shrub trimming and disease treatments, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn and tree disease diagnosis, prevention and treatment, organic lawn care and other organic treatment options, lawn aeration, lawn seeding, deer repellent and pest management including our organic mosquito and tick treatments. If you are in need of any professional services to keep your property healthy, beautiful and safe, reach out to John and the Indiana team today!

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (317) 298-8482


John attended Purdue University and received a BS in Forestry and Wildlife Management.


Arborist Experience: 9 years

Tree Management: 10 years

Landscape Management: 5 years

Park Management: 6 years

Turf Management: 7 years

Certifications & Awards:

  • ISA Board Certified Master Arborist since 2017
  • ISA Certified Arborist since 2013.
  • ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified since 2013
  • Indiana Master Naturalist since 2004
  • Have held an Indiana Pesticide Applicator License since 1986
  • Associate Wildlife Biologist 1985


“I have a wife and two sons. I enjoy golf and doing work around the house in my spare time. I’ve lived in Indianapolis all my life.

Why He Became An Arborist:

“Growing up in inner-City Indianapolis, trees were the largest and most majestic living things that I encountered. As a Jr. High kid, I spent two summers at Acorn Farm Camp (Carmel, IN). This experience deepened my passion for tree care.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“Treat clients like family, and to always keep personal and professional integrity as the basis for my life.”

Community Involvement:

“I am the Interim Pastor at Circle City Church in Indianapolis.”

Notable Work:

“I am proud to have served as a manager of Eagle Creek Regional Park. Additionally, I am proud to have served as a middle school and high school science teacher for 6 years.”

Fun Fact:

“I have hiked to the top of the highest point in many states, including the top of the tallest mountain in the world – Mauna Kea in Hawaii, but not the highest mountain which is Everest.”

Territory List:







New Ross

North Salem