Jay Industrial Repair is growing! Not only are we growing our team, but also continuing to grow our geographic reach. Customer service is one of our top priorities and we want to make sure we are providing the best customer service in the industry! We are thrilled to welcome these new team members to our rapidly growing company!

Rick Lewis has joined us as an account manager and will be based out of our Muscle Shoals Service Center. Rick graduated high school in 1984 and in 1985 married his high school sweetheart. He started his career with Kimberly Clark in Corinth, Mississippi in the operations department. While working, Rick attended night school at North East Miss Community College and studied Industrial Electronics. He went on to work as a shift electrician at Asset Support, then as an account manager at Tri State Armature.  In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, working out and playing golf. He has two sons – Taylor (28) and Connor (20), a daughter-in-law (Heather), and a 4-month-old granddaughter. We are very excited to have Rick on our team serving the northern part of Alabama.

Mickey Bradley joined our Mobile Service Center as an account manager. He comes to us with years of industrial sales experience focusing on the Oil/Gas/Offshore market. Mobile is one of the richest markets in our state with industrial/oil/steel and marine business.

Mickey studied Engineering at the University of South Alabama and spent 20 plus years in the electrical distribution business, before moving to Texas where he worked for a respected electric motor repair company with multiple locations in the Lubbock, Ft. Worth and Odessa areas.

Randy Goins grew up outside of Knoxville in East Tennessee. After working in the manufacturing industry for a few years, he began his career in the motor shop business in 1992 as a machinist at a small shop.  He transferred to the old Westinghouse shop in Nashville in 2001, and found his passion for the reliability side of motor repair. He received certifications in multiple fields including vibration, electrical testing, etc. With his background of being a shop technician, reliability engineer and field service manager, Randy brings a unique perspective in being able to understand his customer’s needs in today’s reliability driven environment.

Since joining Jay Industrial Randy has relocated back to East Tennessee and covers the surrounding area from Nashville to North Carolina and north Georgia to Kentucky.  He now lives on Watts Bar Lake, where when not working spends time with his wife Heather and labs Amos and Anne.

Greg Weeks – Greg Weeks has joined us as a senior account representative out of Macon, Georgia. Greg began his career in the motor/electrical apparatus repair industry in 1974, his senior year in high school. The owner of a small repair shop told him on his first day, “Son, as long as water is being pumped, air is being moved, and gears and conveyors are being turned you will have a job because there is a motor in there somewhere”.  He was absolutely right.  After 3 years there, he worked for Ingleside Electric fpr 20 years, then at TAW for 19 1/2 years, all in repair sales. He has extensive experience in the pulp and paper industry. He enjoys working with people and solving problems whether it is with customers or fellow employees. He was born and raised in Macon, Georgia and happily married to his childhood sweetheart for 41 years. In his free time, he enjoys traveling to the beach, especially Sanibel Island, Florida.

Keith Amerson – Keith began his career in electrical/mechanical repair in 1989 at a small family owned motor shop in Macon, GA. He began in the steam pit/ strip out area and moved from there to mechanic for several years. Keith then moved into the winding department,  and then moved into inside sales. As a natural progression, he moved into outside sales. Keith has always been someone who likes the challenge of new things and the idea of broadening his skills rather than having just vertical experience.

In 1995, Keith accepted a position of mechanic with a larger Motor Repair shop where he started in Small Motor Department and moved to Large Motor Department – after some time there he accepted the Large Motor Leadman position. After working as Large Motor Leadman, he became Production Manager.

In 2007 Keith accepted the Plant Manager’s position with full P&L responsibilities with management over Production, Accounting, Field Services and Customer Service Departments. Leadership and Technical skills coupled with a customer service centered attitude makes Keith Amerson a perfect fit for the Jay Industrial Repair family.