Cory Deniker, Arborist Representative at Bartlett Tree Experts, works out of our Lynchburg, VA office.
More about Cory Deniker
Cory has grown up enjoying the outdoors and cherishing family, so it was a natural fit for him to find his place in arboriculture. The green industry combines one of our greatest natural resources - trees, and people, both of which he cares deeply about.
After completing the Forest Technology programme at historic Penn State Mont Alto, Cory went on to earn a B.S. in Forest Science – Urban Forestry from Pennsylvania State University. Since becoming an ISA Certified Arborist in 2006, he has accumulated rich experience in urban forestry, arboriculture and natural resource management at both public, private and educational settings.
Cory and his wife, Jenn, have a young son and have recently relocated to the Lynchburg area. He loves a sense of community and being involved with family, friends and church. Aside from coaching little league, he enjoys various outdoor adventures, including hunting, fishing, camping, and growing a variety of tasty garden crops with his lovely wife.
Cory currently services the Lynchburg area. He looks forward to getting to know you while serving the needs of your landscape.
What Our Customers Are Saying About Cory Deniker
Cory is amazing. The way customer service should be done.
C. A., Goode, VA
I was looking for someone to give me an assessment on a very large Oak tree in my front yard and a Maple in the back yard, I did not really want to cut either down. There were several large dead limb in the top. After several attempts to get someone I decided to call Bartlett. I was scheduled an appointment with Cory, their Arborist. The rest is history, he was on time for our appointment, very professional and helpful, discussed the condition of the tree in terms I could fully understand, and gave me a written contract of the scope of work we discussed. The crew showed up at their scheduled time, very professional in their approach, and preformed the work as planed quickly and efficiently. One of the main item I could respect, from past industrial experience, was their respect for safety of each other, traffic, and bystanders. They were polite and spent some time explaining the why, extent, and how of some of their operations.
J. F., Lynchburg, VA