Ohio License #25672
Rodney graduated from Hillsboro High School and received his electrical training at Laurel Oaks Vocational School in Wilmington, Ohio. After graduation, Rodney went into partnership with an experienced electrician,
Al Drake who had 40 years experience. Al operated Drake Electric. D & P initials originally stood for Drake and Pack.
Now D & P stands for "dependable partners in electric service." Pack has clear goals for all jobs, "to provide customers with safe wiring in their buildings and homes."
Rodney's informal training began as a child. "When I was a kid, my family went to visit my Aunt Bertha in Dayton, Ohio. While the rest of the family was visiting, I ran to the garage where Uncle John was always working. He created new gadgets by combining his woodworking and electrical skills. When I arrived, Uncle John would eagerly show me his latest inventions and then joyfully chuckle. I was awe struck at his genius. Also during the late 60s and 70s, my dad and I would find some small broken appliances and fix them. Then take the newly condition appliances to the flea market to sale. I earned some extra cash. I guess I come by my skills naturally," said Rodney Pack.
After 38 years experience, Rodney is now passing those trade skills along to the next generation of electricians.
Electrician Rodney Pack has 37 years of experience in project management and troubleshooting.
He joined the D&P Electric Services Team in May of 2019. After high school graduation in 2018, Wyatt looked into various careers and decided on the electrical trade. He started working in commercial electric in the larger cities.
"I always had the urge to find something more local, which is when I found D&P Electric Services. From the unique electrical problems every customer has to the thoughtful troubleshooting that goes into resolving it, I am happy to provide electrical services to our customers,"
said Wyatt Durbin.
She has been co-owner and co-operator of D & P Electric Services LLC since 1989. Charlotte manages the office, answers the phone, schedules jobs and dispatches the team. In addition to her college business courses, Charlotte has a Bachelor's Degree in Writing for Social Awareness and Change from Wilmington College and is one of the youngest members of the Highland County Women's Hall of Fame. She was inducted for her preservation of Highland County history and her writing as a journalist and author.
"I have always enjoyed helping people. My first job was as a nurse's aide. Now, I often help people by calming their fears. Many customers are afraid of fire when they have electrical problems. I can assure them our qualified team will get their problems solved, said Charlotte Pack.