NaturaLawn of America welcomes new franchise owner in Chicago

  • Trevor Foss, owner, NaturaLawn of America Chicago franchise

    Trevor Foss, owner, NaturaLawn of America Chicago franchise Courtesy of Julie Bonebrake

Updated 1/18/2022 4:52 PM

FREDERICK, MD -- NaturaLawn of America, the third largest lawn care company in the United States, welcomes Trevor and Trent Foss to the NaturaLawn of America family as new owners of the Chicago, Ill. franchise location.

Brothers Trevor and Trent Foss come to lead the Chicago location after the loss of their uncle and former owner Jeff Trewyn to cancer. Both look forward to continuing the work of Trewyn and providing the Chicago region with NaturaLawn of America's signature blend of service, focus, and innovation.


Trevor Foss had previously assisted the Chicago location with operations, after a long career of professional baseball, playing five years as a right-handed pitcher in affiliated baseball, two years overseas, and two years independently.

Phil Catron, president and founder of NaturaLawn of America, stated, "We know the Chicago branch of NaturaLawn of America is in good hands with Trevor, and we're excited to see what 2022 brings for this location."

The Chicago branch of NaturaLawn of America serves regions north and west of Chicago, including McHenry, Woodstock, Crystal Lake, Naperville, Arlington Heights, and surrounding regions. NaturaLawn of America services include organic-based lawn fertilization, soil amendments, aeration and seeding, grub control, and more.

The Chicago location of NaturaLawn of America is seeking to expand its workforce and is currently accepting applications for lawn technicians. For information on career opportunities with NaturaLawn of America, visit

NaturaLawn of America's environmentally-friendly approach to lawn care has been creating green lawns quickly, more naturally, and with fewer weeds since 1987. NaturaLawn of America is a national lawn care franchise system with 35 owners holding 95 licenses, servicing over 125,000 customers in 26 states and the District of Columbia.

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