Support For Those Impacted By Hurricane Sandy

Support For Those Impacted By Hurricane Sandy

To all of our friends impacted by Hurricane Sandy and to those still battling the superstorm:

Our hearts are with you and we hope you and your families are safe.

To the emergency first responders:

We are extremely thankful for your service to those effected by the storm.

To our dedicated employees:

Continue to be safe as you help restore power to impacted areas and ease the minds of clients who need your help.

To our loyal clients:

We appreciate your patience as we address your service needs as quickly and safely as possible.

What to help?

To show your support, you can aid people affected by disasters like hurricanes by supporting the American Red Cross Disaster Relief or The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services.

  • Jessica November 13, 2012 >I just wanted to extend my sincerest thanks to all of your team who has been working tirelessly to restore power and normalcy to New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy. My husband and I live in Freehold and every day since the storm we have seen countless "Davey" tree trucks. We were without power for seven days, and seeing all of the work crews from out of state for both tree cleanup and power utility companies made me feel as though we were being rescued! Nothing made me happier than to see convoys of those bright green and yellow trucks rolling down the highway coming to our aid. I know that many employees have left behind families and home to come help us out here in New Jersey. So once again, thank you so much for all of your help! Please pass this message along to your staff so they can realize how deeply appreciative we are!
  • Ryan Hubbard November 8, 2012 >Dear Davey Crew: My name is Ryan Hubbard and I am posting this message in appreciation for the many, many crews that have been working hard here, in New Jersey. Every day, they are the first trucks I see in the morning, and the last trucks I see on the roads at night. They have an enormous amount of work to do, and they are out there, smiling, visible, and working HARD. In this day and age of only hearing about complaints and BAD performances, I'm here to say, Ohio, you should be proud of these guys. They are representing Ohio well and are working hard far from family and friends, and we truly, and DEEPLY, appreciate all of your hard work! Jersey 'gotcher back' in your time of need! Thanks again for all your support!
  • Melissa Hart October 30, 2012 >I'm proud to work for such a great company!
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