In 1990, Rebecca Portman left her job with a manufacturing company that was failing to meet customer needs. With an initial investment of $350, she established JOBAP Assembly in Middlefield, OH, to provide electrical and mechanical subcontracting services to a broad range of suppliers to the military, industrial, transportation, medical, and construction sectors of the economy.
Becky, who delights in “the unique jobs—those things that aren’t standard,” oversees the daily operations of JOBAP as owner and president of the company. Prototyping a special harness for heart defibrillation with Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic is just one example of a project that relied upon JOBAP’s technical expertise and attention to detail.
Jeannine Reeves has been an integral part of Jobap Assembly for 16 years. As operations manager, she is dedicated to leading the entire Jobap team in their daily endeavors.
A lifelong resident of Geauga County, she has been married for 36 years. She has 3 children, all of which have spent time as part of the Jobap team, as have many of her grandchildren. You could say Jobap is a bit of a tradition.
Jeannine not only has years of experience running offices, she also has experience in leadership, management and community services. She spends much of her personal time serving her community through a leadership position, and serving others through volunteer opportunities.