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Meet The JDog Lehigh Valley Team

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Lehigh Valley is operated by a team of military veterans. We live by the Military’s values of Respect, Integrity, and Trust. We also pride ourselves in employing many Veterans, helping them find stability in civilian life after serving our country.

If you need it gone, we’re the team for you. Our entire team is vetted with background and motor vehicle checks. Plus, you can feel good about where your items are going because we donate and recycle 60% to 80% of the items we haul.

Our team

Jim Andrews

Owner

Jim flies an American flag proudly out front of his house as a 4th generation war fighter and for his brothers and sisters still serving. He was born in New Jersey and raised in the Poconos, PA. He worked as an Account Manager for a contracted security agency until age 27 when he made the commitment to enlist in the United States Navy. Jim enlisted as a Master at Arms (Military Police) and completed 2 deployments to the Middle East and 3 deployments to Africa and South America.

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Noel Rivera

Operation Manager

Noel grew up in Chicago, IL. He enlisted in the United States Navy in 2000 as a 8404 Hospital Corpsman. Noel completed 2 deployments in the Middle east with OEF – OIF with the 2nd Marine Corp Division as a FMF Corpsman. He also spent one tour with Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Virginia on the PCU / ICU Unit.

After serving 10 years, Noel was honorably discharged from active duty as an E-5. He has since achieved his Associates Degree in supply chain management and moved to the Poconos, PA where he now enjoys time with his wife and daughter. Noel also has a 19 year old son currently on active duty in the Army, stationed a Fort Drum.

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Tim Feiller

Crew Driver

Tim is originally from Whitehall, PA where he attending High School. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1998 out of Harrisburg, PA. He served 5 years active duty as a 31R Multichannel Transmissions Systems Operator with 414th Signal Company Mannheim, Germany and 10th Signal Battalion and 10th Mountain Division.

Tim achieved Sergeant, E-5, before separating in 2003. He has achieved his Associates Degree at LCCC in Social Sciences. He currently resides in Northampton PA with his wife Nicole and two children Aiden and Lucius.

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Joey Evans

Crew Driver

Joey is a United States Marine Corp Veteran who grew up in Lancaster, PA. Joey enlisted out of Lancaster in 2013 with an MOS 0311/8152 Infantry/Security Forces. Joey has completed deployments to the Middle East, Cuba, and the Pacific Fleet.

Joey was honorably discharged as an Corporal, E-4. Since the military, Joey has worked as a personal trainer and attends Cedar Crest College. He resides in Bethlehem with his wife Brooke and is an active part of his community.

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Tonie Young

Crew Driver

Tonie is a lifelong Easton, PA resident. He is a tried and true Red Rovers fan. He enjoys playing football and basketball wife his fiancé and two kids.

Tonie has also served. He is a Civilian Firefighter and has served Forks township since 2018 at Station 25. Tonie is also a new property owner ad enjoys the challenge of investing.

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Dean Boyles

Crew Driver

Dean grew up in Middleburg, FL where he graduated High School and immediately enlisted in the Army as a 25B Computer Information Specialist in 2005 out of Jacksonville, FL. He spent time station at Camp Blanding and Fort Benning where he picked up his 11B Airborne Infantry.

Dean finished his military career as an Sgt. E-5 and returned home to Florida where he started his employment with JDog. He has recently move to the Lehigh Valley, PA to continue his career with JDog. He enjoys hiking and weight lifting in his off time and has recently got involved with the LVBG and its Military Committee.

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Ryan Nichol

Crew Driver

Ryan is a Bethlehem resident who is currently in his Senior year at Moravian College where his major is in the medical field. Ryan was one of JDog Lehigh Valley’s first hires in 2016 and works summers and weekends during the school year.

Ryan’s grandfather spent two years in Vietnam. He was a native of Bethlehem and an Army Specialist. Robert Allen Nickol was days from coming home when the cargo helicopter he was riding crashed. He was never seen again after the Oct. 26, 1971, crash and his body was never recovered. In 1972, he was declared killed in action.

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