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Davey Names Commercial Landscape Services Senior Vice President

Posted: Feb. 8, 2016 

Kent, Ohio – The Davey Tree Expert Company has announced the promotion of Mark Svozil to Senior Vice President of Commercial Landscape Services.

In 1992, Svozil began his Davey Tree career as a landscape foreman. He has served as a branch manager and commercial operations manager. Most recently, Svozil was vice president of operations, Commercial Landscape Services.

“With nearly 25 years’ experience in commercial tree care and grounds maintenance, Mark is poised for success in his new role,” said Dan Joy, executive vice president and general manager of the Commercial Landscape Services division. “His leadership, dedication, work ethic and vast experience allow him to deliver nothing but the best to our clients.” 

Svozil’s leadership skills have been recognized and celebrated at Davey. He is a two-time winner of Davey’s “Outstanding Manager” award. He has also received the “Safety Leadership” award as well as a “Best of Davey Leadership” award.

Additionally, Svozil is an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist® and Landscape Industry Certified Manager through the National Association of Landscape Professionals. Svozil is a member of the above associations as well as the Snow and Ice Management Association.

The Davey Tree Expert Company’s more than 8,000 employees provide tree care, grounds maintenance and environmental consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial and government markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Davey has provided Proven Solutions for a Growing World since 1880 and has been employee-owned for 35 years. For more information, visit www.davey.com.

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