JDog Junk Removal Charlotte
I was born and raised in Northeastern Pennsylvania and graduated from Montrose High School. I met the love of my life Sally in college. We lived in Charlotte, NC for 6 years before moving back into the area 16 years ago. We currently reside in the house were my wife grew up in Oreland. My sister-in-law Stacey Fitzpatrick is currently the owner of the JDog franchise in Glenside. Through my relationship with her I have been introduced to the JDog family, by helping out when needed with various jobs, usually a piano is involved. I have been so impressed with the military values and the connection to veterans and their family members I decided to purchase a franchise that will be serving Lansdale and the surrounding areas.
I have many special people in my life. My wife Sally, our three children, Emma 16, Will 15 and Cooper 9 that support me in everything that I do. Special thanks goes to my grandfather, Fred L Morgan, my brother, Jeff Mead and my father-in-law, Duane Sonneborn who have enabled me to purchase my JDog franchise thanks to their years of service in the U.S. Military. Grandpa Morgan, served 30 years in the Navy as a machinist serving in the Pacific during World War II and also serving as an original crew member of the USS Midway. Jeff, thank you for your 2 active duty tours in and around Iraq during Desert Shield/Desert Storm and your 30 years in the Army Reserve. Duane, thank you for your service in Desert Shield/Desert Storm and your 32 years in the Army Reserve.
Grandpa Morgan has been a role model for my entire life and the military values he instilled in me have helped me succeed in my life. Around the age of ten, I wrote a paper about my grandfather and his military service. The paper was about someone you admired. I finished the paper by stating that I wished to be a great man someday by being half the man my grandfather was. I gave a copy of the paper to him. Ten years later when he passed away my Aunt who was living with him at the time gave me back that copy that my Grandpa had keep in his top draw of his desk all those years. To this day I have a picture of him and the report in my closet that I see every time I open it.