Name: Joe Fisher
Education, Licenses, or Certifications: West Chester Christian School & Delaware County Community College graduate. I am a Cummins authorized installer and Service Technician for air cooled or liquid cooled 13-120 kw generators. I have education in Welding and Residential Electrical. Thus far, I have completed 15 years of CEU credits for electrical training and code compliance, etc. I also have 20 years’ experience with customer building.
What I do at Tri-County: Electrical, Carpentry, and Plumbing.
My areas of specialty: Project management, generator installation and service, troubleshooting electrical issues, and advanced electrical applications.
Here is what my customers can expect from me: My customers can expect me to be friendly, caring, and a good listener to their needs. They can expect that through my 33 years of combined experience in construction and electrical applications to produce quality workmanship.
This is what I enjoy from the work that I do: I enjoy troubleshooting issues and resolving the problem for my customer.
When I am not working, I enjoy: Woodworking, hunting, and managing audio production (sound) for my church.
My favorite sports teams: Philadelphia Eagles!
My family: I live at home with my wife, Malissa, and three children, Amanda, JJ, and Coryn. I also have five grandchildren. We have a dog named Bailey and reside in Chester County.
What I am passionate about: I volunteer on the board of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, and I volunteer at my church.
My “bucket list”: I would love to own a sports car again — preferably a convertible and feel the air blowing through my hair before I lose all of it! I also want to travel to Ireland someday.
Favorite quote or saying: “Sorrow looks down, worry looks around, but faith looks up!”. This is one of those quotes that I remember holding tightly to over 28 years ago when I was preparing to have a bone marrow transplant. It was a very challenging time in my life; one of the toughest times in my life. Yet, it was also one of the best times of my life. I was faced with a life or death situation which put a lot on my mind at the time. I was worried about my finances, my health, and how things would turn out. But, most of all, I was worried about how my family would survive without me. I happened to see this quote posted on a small business sign on my way home after a long day of tests and treatments. It gave me such peace and comfort. I have never forgotten this quote since.
Favorite book, podcast, or movie: N/A
Values that drive me: I care deeply about providing quality work for my customers. I feel that rushed work leads to sloppy workmanship. I want the job to be done right.
Others describe you as: Big ol’ teddy bear!