Leaves last a season. Roots remain a lifetime.
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The Company

Busy Bee Services, Ltd. has been in existence for 15 years. Its early beginnings were in removal and land clearing. Over the years its focus has shifted to soil remediation and root care. As Alan Siewert truly noted "As the roots go, so goes the tree." Professional affiliations: the International Society of Aboriculture (ISA), Tree Fund, Tree Care Industry (TCIA).

President

Mark J. Hoenigman, certified arborist, has been practicing arboriculture since his grandfather had a tree business, 40 years ago. He has lectured in the UK and across the US and has been called in as arboricultural technical advisor for such projects as the new Dallas stadium. His lecture topics include Integrity in an Arboricultural Business and Air Tool Implementation.


Vice-President

Janet Hoenigman, has a degree in mathematics and has worked as a subcontractor on various engineering projects. This background in logical thought has allowed Busy Bee Services, Ltd. to develop into a company with its eye on the future. While Mark keeps abreast of all the new research in arboriculture, Janet applies that research for the benefit of both client and the environment.

 

Technical Support / Training and Development

Bruce Cooper has been working in the arboricultural industry for 20 years and has been with Busy Bee Services, Ltd. since its inception. His technical know-how with air excavation tools and application as well as his attention to detail has helped to set Busy Bee Services, Ltd. apart as the premier company in North East Ohio for soil amendment, reduction and aeration.

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Tree Facts

Trees provide shade and shelter, reducing yearly heating and cooling costs by 2.1 billion dollars.

 

The amount of oxygen produced by an acre of trees per year equals the amount consumed by 18 people annually.

 

Tree roots stabilize soil and prevent erosion.