HOME JAMES OFFICE STAFF
Brian and Colleen Cerkvenik
In the summer of 2018 Brian and Colleen left the hustle-bustle of Denver to move to the beautiful mountains of Winter Park. Around that same time, Brian left the corporate world, Colleen left the world of autism education, and they purchased Home James Transportation. What really drew them to the business was the staff: tons of experience across all aspects, and a family atmosphere where they really take care of each other. When they aren't at Home James, you'll find Brian and Colleen skiing, mountain biking, or chasing after their son Kai, their daughter Nell, and their dog named Dude.
Eric has been with Home James for a number of years now, both working in the office and driving, so he knows the business inside and out! He is happy to help our customers in any way. He also has the patience of a saint; before working at Home James he taught preschool, including Brian and Colleen's son Kai.
Jake is a utility player; one day he's fixing a windshield wiper, the next day he's driving for us. And occasionally he'll even pick up your phone call to help with a reservation! This place couldn't run without Jake. He's the one that ensures our vehicle safety record stays intact. He makes sure the vans are getting inspected at each mileage checkpoint, he warms up the vans before our drivers need to get in them, and he even plows our parking area to make sure our drivers don't have to tromp through snow and get swampfoot by the time they get to Denver.
Mary Beth H.
Mary Beth is our longest-tenured office employee here at Home James, and takes more reservations than anyone else. As the resident Office Mom, she keeps us up to date on the latest happenings of the Hale Clan and the word around town. If you have a group reservation, MB is the expert to help get your group where you need to be, accommodating all of those last-minute changes.
Jewels is a great dispatcher because she started out as a driver! A longtime local up here, she's the perfect person to answer questions about the area and underestimate the upcoming storm's snow totals :)