Although Jeff Yoh owns and is actively involved in Jenkins Restorations, he has many other interests outside of the company. He and his wife, Suzanne, are co-executive directors of a nonprofit corporation called Servants with a Heart.  The non-profit arranges 'food packing events' where organizations, churches and businesses, including Jenkins Restorations, come together to pack dehydrated meals to deliver to starving and malnourished children and their families. Following these events, approximately 10 percent is delivered to the community where the packing event was held, while the remainder is shipped overseas. Jeff and Suzanne founded the nonprofit in early 2011 with the help of their three teenaged children, while seeking a way to serve together as a family.
It is not uncommon for Jeff and Suzanne to travel to these destinations and be a part of the food delivery. Most recently, a group of 12 adults/children from Servants with a Heart, as well as 4 adults and 25 high-school students from Charlotte Christian School, went on an international mission to deliver meals to 8 different locations around Managua, Nicaragua.
This was the third year that students from Charlotte Christian School participated in the international mission to Nicaragua.  Many times the students have reported wanting to go on this mission to change lives in Nicaragua.  Yet, just as often, they have found that during their time with the people in Nicaragua, it was in fact their own lives which had been so drastically changed. Quiet and introverted students came out of their shells, worshiping and serving others boldly, friendships blossomed where unlikely groupings had been prior, and each of the students embraced the idea of servant leadership and was vulnerable to deepening their faith.
For a video clip of the Nicaragua trip, please click here:
For more information on Servants with a Heart, check them out at
How is your 2016 resolution for good health going?

Here at Jenkins, we tend to have a competitive spirit in the gym.  It's not unusual to see employees meet up in the gym or for a quick run outdoors prior to work on any given day or in any given branch location across the country. 

In May of each year, the Mid-Atlantic locations sponsor and participate in a 5k race to benefit a local Volunteer Fire Company, while in September, o ur Richmond, VA location, led by George Scott, has been participating in the Richmond 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. This particular event is a way for firefighters and the community to honor and remember the firefighters who selflessly gave their lives that day.  The photo below shows Branch Manager George Scott with employees Peter Street, Tracy Riddle and Mark Cox, along with local Richmond City firefighters.


So, what are you doing to improve your health in 2016?  One more lap around the track?  One more rep with the weights?  Let's improve our health together in 2016!

Honorary Corner:
Robert Eady
Robert joined the Jenkins family in the fall of 2015.  Following completion of the Jenkins University program, Robert was placed in the Seattle, WA branch as a Project Manager.
Robert's service to our country began August 25, 2009, when he joined the Air Force and left for basic training, becoming a part of the Civil Engineering unit as a plumber. During Basic Military Training, Robert was one of ten selected to opt out of his original career path to instead become a member of the Presidential Ceremonial Unit for the United States Air Force Honor Guard in Washington, D.C.  As a Ceremonial Guardsman, Robert and the others had the responsibility of representing the U.S. and the Air Force in a variety of ceremonies conducted throughout the capital area, including ceremonies at the White House, Pentagon, National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery, and sacred Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. His last mission as a Ceremonial Guardsmen was helping in the planning of the 2013 Presidential Inauguration. In early 2013, Robert was transferred to Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, VA where he had the opportunity to work in the Maintenance Squadron as an inspector of aircraft parts and aircraft support equipment. After two years of serving with the Color Guard Flight, he auditioned to become a Pentagon Tour Guide. This program offered tours to more than 106,000 visitors annually, through a 60-minute presentation in which the tour guide walked 1.49 miles backwards through the building. After being promoted to Staff Sergeant, he continued to work in this career field until August 24, 2015, when his 6-year enlistment requirement was fulfilled.
Robert has been married for 9 years to his lovely wife Rachel, and together they have two children: Roman and Geneva.  The Eadys  enjoy getting out and exploring new areas, as well as playing all types of sports.
Our Mission:

Restoring Property and Lives with a Servant's Heart


Our Values:

Honesty, Trustworthiness, Servant Attitude, Teamwork, Excellence, Expertise,

Genuine Care for Others, and a Commitment to Family.


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