News & Events from Lewis Tree Service


The Daily Record Announces 2019 Corporate Counsel Awards

February 15, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rochester, N.Y., (February 15, 2019) — The Daily Record selected Stephen M. Polozie, Vice President and General Counsel, Lewis Tree Service, Inc. to receive a 2019 Corporate Counsel Award. The Corporate Counsel Awards are presented by The Daily Record, in partnership with the Rochester Business Journal. The awards honor the Greater Rochester […]

Lewis Tree Service Wins Two Awards from the Tree Care Industry Association

West Henrietta, NY—Lewis Tree Service is proud to have been awarded two 2018 safety awards in the Outstanding Individual/Crew Performance category from the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) during its 2019 Winter Conference. 

Lewis Announces Promotion of Robert A. Petrone to Chief Financial Officer

October 12, 2018

West Henrietta, NY—The Lewis family of companies today announced that Robert A. Petrone, currently serving as Lewis’ Senior Vice President, Finance and Secretary/Treasurer, will be promoted to Chief Financial Officer effective November 1, 2018. “Through his significant financial leadership, Bob has proven to be a tremendous asset for our organization,” said Tom Rogers, President and […]

Lewis Announces Beth Lay as Director of Safety and Human Performance

September 28, 2018

West Henrietta, NY—The Lewis family of companies announced today that Elizabeth A. Lay has joined its leadership team as Director of Safety and Human Performance. “We are committed to delivering a higher standard for world-class safety in the vegetation management industry and ensuring our team members go home each night better, stronger and wiser,” said […]

ASTI Supporter Profile: Lewis Tree Service

September 18, 2018

The July 2018 issue of TCIA magazine featured an article entitled, “For Lewis Tree’s Tom Rogers, an Automatic Yes” which detailed why Lewis Tree Service contributed to TCIA’s Arborist Safety Training Institute. Click here to read the entire publication or scroll to page 36 to read more on why Lewis pledged $75,000 to ASTI to help provide cost-subsidized […]