Maintenance


James Perry - Maintenance Supervisor

James Perry has been doing maintenance and mechanic work for 34 years. In 1977, Mr. Perry graduated from Rockdale High School, went to work for Brown & Root on building of the #3 Unit, Started working for the mines out at Alcoa for 5 years, left Rockdale and went to Texas State Technical Institution (now TSTC) for a year in Heavy Truck Mechanics & Hydraulics.

After he graduated from TSTI, James went to work for Navasota Minery, which produced coal for TMPA Power Plant in Carlos, TX. After 5 years Mr. Perry went back to TSTI and studies A/C and Heating for 3 years. While in school he worked for Campus Maintenance and part time for on the campus of Baylor University at 7th & James Baptist Church as maintenance personnel.

James completed his education and moved to Bryan, TX to work for an Environmental Air Systems doing A/C work. While in Bryan, TX James also worked for Texas A&M campus on Automotive and Heavy Equipment until he accepted a job with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice where he worked for 13 years. For the TDCJ, he supervised 6-7 prisoners in the field of maintenance, performed refrigeration work on large warehouse that only had freezers, and did A/C maintenance on all housing units and extension buildings (outside the fence).

In 2006, James Perry moved back to Rockdale to start working in his current position as Maintenance Supervisor here at RRJJC. Mr. Perry is responsible for performing preventative maintenance on all facility equipment, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and air conditioning.



    

James Luckey - Maintenance Assistant/Grounds Keeper

James Luckey brings to RRJJC an array of occupational and professional experiences. With years of experience in the medical field and construction industry, he has the ability to work well with others while performing high quality work. Mr. Luckey prides himself in quality assurance and maintains the day to day routine fine tuning of maintenance operations and the developmental aesthetic improvements here at RRJJC.