Wafle Tree Service to continue the 30 year tradition of
Quality Tree Care.
Thirty years ago, my dad Pete Gregerson took his part-time passion for tree work and developed Gregerson Tree Service into a full-time business. I joined him soon thereafter. In 2005, Pete retired from tree work, and I took over the family business.
Many changes have taken place during our run, but the one thing that has remained unchanged is the toll the work itself takes on one’s health. Good fortune has been on our side throughout, and a few close calls were dodged. Tree work is statistically one of the most dangerous occupations to engage in, and we are grateful not to have added to the statistics.
We have formed many relationships during these past three decades. There are quite a few customers who have become friends through our work for, and with, them. We are thankful for those opportunities.
We have been approached with a new opportunity; handing the business off to another person who shares the same passion for tree work. Darren Wafle (pronounced Way-full) has formed Wafle Tree Service, and has been performing tree care for power companies and residential customers for the last six years. He is highly proficient in both aerial operation and climbing techniques. Darren has worked with us for the past three months. His great attention to safety and quality will ensure the success of his new tree care company.
Darren has asked me to stay on part-time for two years during the transition. The main goal is to assist him with anything necessary to continue the success that Gregerson Tree Service has enjoyed.
Please feel free to contact Darren at 608-963-1133 or email@example.com for any of your future tree care needs. He is ready to continue the service we hope you have been satisfied with in the past. I am very confident that he and his crew will be able to fulfill your tree care requests with safety and professionalism.
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