Here at JME, Inc. we are a small one man owned business that started with a hope and a dream in April 2007. It took a few years of many long days and short nights but with some good choices and hard work Jared began to add some other electricians on staff.
Jared is a native of Watauga County and graduated from Watauga High School. He started work as an electrician apprentice in September 1999. In 2004 he passed his limited electrical exam and since has passed his unlimited in North Carolina and also his Limited License in Tennessee. Jared started JME with him and a van he bought off of a retiring electrician and since then has dedicated most of his time and effort into growing a business based on the Golden Rule. Treat people the way you want to be treated. In his spare time Jared enjoys spending time with his son Connor and taking him fishing.
Robert (Tripp) Lawson
Tripp is a native of Ashe County. He started work as an electrician apprentice in November 2002 and has also passed his and received his limited electrical license from North Carolina. In his spare time he enjoys spending with his wife and children. He is also a member of |Cove Creek |Fire Department.
Tom brings many years of experience in all aspects of electrical to JME. He started as an apprentice in 1982 after serving in the Air Force. He has a limited North Carolina electrical license and also worked of Florida for a few years. In his time off he enjoys spending time with his wife Ann , his dog Patches, and riding his Harley around the mountains.
Tyler started with JME in the fall of 2011 as an apprentice and has been learning the trade very quickly. He comes from a background of construction from helping his dad. In his time off he spends time with his wife and daughter.
Josh is the “new” guy. He comes to JME with 4 years of commercial experience and 2 years of residential experience. He enjoys spending time with his son and hunting on his time off.
Connor is Jared’s son the next generation of electrician’s ( if he chooses to be). He enjoys building Lego’s, riding his four wheeler, fishing, and anything else imaginable for a boy to do.