Posted: Feb. 4, 2015
Kent, Ohio – The Davey Tree Expert Company has announced the promotion of Scott Johnson to district manager for Davey’s Nashville, Tennessee, residential/commercial office.
Johnson started his career with Davey in 2011 in Nashville and was promoted to assistant district manager in 2012. Prior to Davey, Johnson was hired by Crooked Stick Golf Club in Indianapolis to develop an arboriculture management program for the club’s golf course. During his 10-year tenure the course earned the International Society of Arboriculture Gold Leaf Award for tree preservation in 2006 and the 2010 Indiana Urban Forestry Council Business of the Year Award.
Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree in forestry from Purdue University and a master’s degree in business administration from Anderson University. The 2012 graduate of the Davey Institute of Tree Sciences also is an ISA certified arborist, a board-certified master arborist and is currently president of the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council.
“Scott’s experience and dedication to the industry will serve him well in leading operations for the Nashville office,” said Keith Francies, residential/commercial operations manager for Davey’s Southeast operating group. “Scott has proven he is committed to his local community through his service on the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council and by his award-winning tree preservation efforts while in Indiana.”
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 in more than 47 states and 5 Canadian provinces. 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.