New additions to the team.
It has been an exciting summer season here at Hoppe Tree Service, its been busy year so far. Our team of arborists has grown, with the addition of a couple new faces. Brandon Turner-Idoria and Jon Crain have joined our staff. Each of these gentlemen brings unique talents and diverse skill sets to make our company even stronger and more diverse than ever.
Brandon Turner-Idoria joined Hoppe Tree Service in June of this year. Brandon grew up and worked in Massachusetts before he came to our company. Brandon had learned the in’s and outs of the tree care industry out east working with tree care companies near Boston. He has over 10 years of experience practicing within the tree care industry . He is a safety conscious individual and also spends time performing maintenance on our equipment and gear. Brandon is an unselfish team member willing to do what it takes to get a job done. An example of this was about 2 weeks after he was hired. Brandon’s hobbies include playing volleyball, hockey, and golf. He is a participant in cancer research funding, and youth mentoring. His unique talents and background are definitely an asset to Hoppe Tree Service.
Jon Crain joined our staff in July. Jon has lived and worked within SE Wisconsin his whole life. He graduated from the UW-Stevens Point with a degree in Forestry in 2002. He started his career working for with a tree company, then he moved on to a landscaping firm, which allowed him to develop even more skills such as tree planting and fine pruning. Jon Crain is an exam certified arborist. Jon had spent the last 6 years working in his own company, Crain Tree and Landscape. Our partnership with Jon Crain is exciting news as we look to grow his role within our company. His diverse skills and experience within all phases of the tree care industry are very valuable. At Hoppe, Jon splits his time as a sales representative and a member of our north crew. Jon spends his time with his two children and wife, and loves to unwind by riding his bicycle on long trips thru Ozaukee County.