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James A. Felts

As a proven leader through his 20 year decorated military career and selfless service to our community, James Felts prides himself on helping others accomplish their ultimate hauling and junk removal service in the military way; with Respect, Integrity, and Trust.

James was born in Shreveport, LA to Chief Master Sergeant Ronald Felts and Chong Felts and travelled throughout the world as an Air Force dependent. Having spent most of his childhood in Florida, he settled in North Carolina to play college baseball. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education.

 

After graduation, James began his distinguished military career in the United States Army as a commissioned Infantry Officer, and received numerous awards and recognitions while in the 82nd Airborne Division and 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team. His dedication and motivation are further exemplified in his achievement by earning the coveted Army Ranger Tab. Subsequently, James acted as a Company Commander in Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star for his outstanding contributions and sacrifices during combat operations. After completing his last combat tour, James remains dedicated and loyal to our country by serving as an Instructor in the United States Army Reserves at Fort Bragg, NC.

James is a devoted father and husband to three beautiful girls and his wife, Attorney Anna Smith Felts of Raleigh, NC. He prides himself on professionalism, personality, and perseverance. His unparalleled leadership and desire to help others make him the perfect match for the removal of your unwanted items. His team arrives on time, guarantees pricing for loads, and respect everyone’s time and property. They are grateful for the support they receive as a veteran business, and they are committed to exceeding your expectations.

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Shawn Sexton

Shawn “Red” Sexton is a North Carolina Native, Born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He has lived all over the state from Winston Salem to Benson. His grandfather Master Sergeant Bill Huffman, along with his stepfather Corporal James Bowersock, influenced his decision to become a United States Marine. 

Upon graduating high school, Red enlisted in the Marine Corps as an Amphibious Assault Crewman. Throughout his 8 years of service to our country, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and received several commendations amid his honorable career. During his last assignment with A Co AABN, he was hand selected to serve as a MCMAP Instructor. During this assignment, he filled many roles that were SNCO specific including: Section Leader, Platoon Sergeant, and Heavy Weapons Range Coach. To this day, Shawn continues to mentor and support his fellow Marines.

Red is an advocate for animals, especially dogs. He takes great satisfaction in his approach to customer service and does not quit until the job is complete. His team is punctual, professional and most of all polite. They are grateful for the support they receive as a veteran business and are committed to exceeding your expectations. Shawn will ensure that all of your junk removal and hauling needs are delivered the military way – with Respect, Integrity, and Trust.

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Jonathan Bussi

Hello everyone! My name is Jonathan Bussi, and I am proud to be a part of the JDog Junk Removal & Hauling team. I recently moved here from New Jersey with my girlfriend Taylor and our two dogs Abram and Kiwi. Prior to starting with the JDog team, I performed chimney services, and worked in a mechanic shop.

I was active duty in the United States Marine Corps from 2013-2017. During my service, I was stationed with the 2nd Tank Battalion as a tank mechanic on the M1A1 Abram, and as a M88A2 Hercules Recovery Vehicle mechanic and operator.

In 2014, I was attached to Charlie Company, and in 2015 deployed to the Black Sea Rotation Force to train NATO allies. Upon returning to the states, I attended the Brig Chasers Course, where I escorted detainees to and from the brig. Later on, I attended the Combat Marksmanship Trainers course. During this time I orchestrated day time and night time qualification shoots, as well as teaching periods of instruction. Back on the mechanic side of things, I was brought into Quality Control as the QC Sergeant where I oversaw the maintenance of three companies of tanks and all of their operating equipment.

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