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George Pogue

General Manager

Cumberland Valley Tree Services

HQ Phone:  (717) 263-8657

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Cumberland Valley Tree Services

5007 Philadelphia Avenue

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania,17202

United States

Company Description

Cumberland Valley Tree Service has partnered with Penn State University's Mont Alto campus to provide two scholarships - the Cumberland Valley Tree Service Award as well as the Gary C. Whitfield Memorial Award. Eligibility is based on full-time enrollment in a...more

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Team | Cumberland Valley Tree Service | Landscape

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George Pogue, Jr.
General Manager


One of Pennsylvania's largest oak trees topples - Cumberland Valley Tree Service and Landscaping

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Loggers skipped the black oak a couple of times when harvesting timber from the area, according to George Pogue Jr., general manager of Cumberland Valley Tree Service.
"It got buggered up a few times by ice and snow storms," Pogue said. The tree grew in thick again and became less aerodynamic, Pogue said. "We've had this happen before," Pogue said. "If you get heavy saturation, the roots are subject to loosening from the soil." The black oak was located in a super-saturated, low-lying area, and a high wind came from a slightly abnormal direction, according to Pogue. Around the same time Cumberland Valley answered a second call for a large tree down. A scarlet oak with a 5-foot-diameter trunk fell near Old Main at Shippensburg University. "It was older than most of the buildings on campus," Pogue said.


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George Pogue, Jr.
General Manager


Our People - Cumberland Valley Tree Services

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George Pogue, Sr.
Owner


Cumberland Valley Tree Service - Landscaping | Horticulture | Arborists

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George Pogue, Sr.
Owner


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