Jason Lambert is the Operation Specialist for JCB Trucking. Mr. Lambert has a degree in Public Safety Administration and Criminal Justice. He served in the U.S. Air Force and held a Top-Secret security clearance. During his military service Mr. Lambert held the positions of Security Forces Training Manager, Police Service Administrator and Resource Protection Manager.  In these roles Mr. Lambert managed a law enforcement mission that provided oversight to more than 4K personnel and $11 Billion in resources along with implementing the installation resource protection program which included 41 security sites and assets in excess of $12 Million.   In 2009, after his military service Mr. Lambert moved on to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT).  Mr. Lambert has been an Instructor, Operations Manager and Training Lead during his tenure with GDIT. Mr. Lambert has an extensive background in Training, Quality, Safety, OSHA training, and business management.

Mark Ganley is the Director of JCB Trucking. Mr. Ganley has a business degree in management. He served in the U.S. Army and held a Top-Secret security clearance. In 2002, after his military service, Mr. Ganley moved on to the Medical Transportation Industry, where he founded Dependable Medical Transport Services (DMTS), which he grew to the third largest Para-transport company in Arizona that Grossed more than 8.6 million annually. Mr. Ganley was responsible for all aspects of the business including the management of over 180 employees and over 85 Para-transport vehicles. Mr. Ganley is credited with pioneering many medical transportation industry enhancements including: The Match Track & Move system, which gave DMTS a strategic advantage over the competition by affording DMTS a streamlined computer system that helped handle the routing and logistics of over 950 transports per day.  Mr. Ganley retired from DMTS in 2009 and began working as a consultant to numerous small businesses. In early 2010 Mr. Ganley joined JCB Trucking as an Operations Manager and recently joined JCB’s Board of Directors. Mr. Ganley has an extensive background in Safety, MSHA and OSHA training, and business management.
Annette Betancourt is the Vice President/Treasurer and an owner of JCB. Mrs. Betancourt has Masters Degree in accountancy from the University of Phoenix. Mrs. Betancourt has a solid background in the trucking industry. Mrs. Betancourt started out with Hanson Aggregates in 1984 and worked in numerous departments during a 20+ year career. Mrs. Betancourt has been an Enrolled Agent with the Internal Revenue Service since 1996, and has 25 years’ experience as a Master Tax Preparer; with a loyal client base of over 300 satisfied customers. Mrs. Betancourt joined JCB Trucking in 2010, and took an equity position in the company in early 2011.
Cody Eaton is the President and an owner of JCB. Mr. Eaton is the son of Julie and Bennie Eaton; he was born and raised in Evanston Wyoming, where he graduated in 2003 from Evanston High school.   Mr. Eaton had many accomplishments while growing up in Evanston ranging from boy scouts, baseball, showing horses and rodeos in which he had won many titles and awards.  Three generations of the Eaton’s have been in the trucking business.  Cody was introduced into trucking at the age of ten and has grown up with some of the best men to teach him how to do the job efficiently and safely.  Some of the tasks that go along with the safe process of moving a rig and transportation that many companies now use, the Eaton family created over the past 30+ years. Mr. Eaton is well known for how he and his hand pick crew of professionals perform on location and how efficiently they can safely complete a job.  Mr. Eaton’s goal is to keep the business thriving so that it can be passed down for many more generations to come.