David Ohlrich began his career with Fulgham’s Inc. in June 2012 after he graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry with a focus in urban forestry. David was born and raised in Cocoa, Florida; when he was in high school his family moved to Athens, Alabama. David’s love for the outdoors and natural resources blossomed during the time he spent in Athens. After learning about urban forestry, David chose to enroll at Mississippi State.
While at the College of Forest Resources, David was the President of Xi Sigma Pi (The Forestry Honor Society), Editor of Deans Council, the secretary of SAF (the Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters), and a member of Mississippi State Horticulture Club. Before becoming a full time member of Fulgham’s Inc. David had various jobs working with natural resources. He has tracked wild turkeys in the Mississippi Delta, has worked with the Entomology Department at Mississippi State, and has worked with the City of Virginia Beach Landscape Division mapping the city’s trees and helping with tree risk assessment.
David manages the companys clients in Nashville, Chattanooga and North Alabama. David Ohlrich is an ISA certified arborist and tries to ensure that our nation’s natural resources are taken care of, so these resources are around for the future. David enjoys teaching others about natural resources and tree care. David currently resides in Tupelo, Mississippi, but will be relocating to Nashville, Tennessee. If you are in the Nashville/Middle Tennessee or North Alabama and are interested in preserving your urban tree resource, please contact David.