SavATree, Bedford Hills, New York, has announced the appointment of Mike Schoeni and Guy Gunther to the positions of regional vice presidents.

Schoeni is a 30-year veteran of SavATree and joined shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in forestry and soil science. He previously served SavATree as a district manager, branch manager, and International Society of Arboriculture certified arborist. In his new role as regional vice president, he will oversee the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions, focusing on customer service, revenue and operations.

Gunther comes to SavATree from the communications industry. He has extensive experience with developing new markets, as well as an MBA in economics and marketing from the University of Chicago. As regional vice president, he will support the West and Mid-West markets where he has lived and worked in for years. Gunther’s background and education will contribute to further geographic growth.

Recently, SavATree has seen rapid expansion into new states and territories thanks to its aggressive growth strategy. Schoeni and Gunther will be instrumental in maintaining this momentum, as well as supporting its existing 35 branches.

“As SavATree grows, it’s crucial for us to have the best leadership in place,” says Daniel van Starrenburg, CEO of SavATree. “Mike and Guy are exactly the right people to fill these new roles and provide our regions with guidance and support. They’re both very talented and committed to driving forward our initiatives around employee engagement, safety, client satisfaction and sustainability.”