Joey Jet hails from a small town in Northern New Jersey called Totowa.  Near Paterson, Totowa seemed to be close to the center of all activity in the New York Metro area.


             Memorial School   Totowa New Jersey                                                                    1960 Valiant


At the age of 17, Joey Jet was owner and operator of Joe's Road Service Inc., a small automotive repair and towing company.  Located in Bloomingdale, New Jersey.  Joe's was an AAA affiliated garage servicing Bloomingdale, Butler, Haskel, Wanaque, West Milford, Pompton Lakes, and other surrounding towns.


Joe's Road Service Inc.

Flight lessons seemed quite comfortable for Joey Jet at the age of 25.  Flying out of Lincoln Park, New Jersey (N07).  A small paved airport about 17 miles from Teterboro.  Staying with the same instructor was tough as each would find a new flying job and move on.


                    Joey "Propeller" Jet 1983                                                                        Lincoln Park NJ N07

In 1984 Joey Jet moved to Deerfield Beach, Florida and
began flying at Pompano Air Center, Located at the
Pompano Beach Airpark ( PMP ). Eventually, Joey Jet
became a FAA certified instructor and conducted flight lessons at Pompano.

  Clint McHenry

Jet time was the needed element in Joey Jet's logbook, so the next thing to do was to learn how to fly Jets.  Joey Jet finally took a position at a company called Hop-A-Jet Inc. operated by Mr. Harvey Hop.

                                    Harvey N. Hop                                                                                                     Pat Blank

Joey Jet flew as First Officer in both Learjet 25 and 35
series. Just about every state in the USA was traveled, along with Canada, and most of the Caribbean and Mexico.
                                                                                   Joey Jet

Another opportunity arose for Joey Jet at a company called World Jet Inc. Flying a Learjet 35 with Don Whittington.  Joey Jet was eventually promoted to Captain and continued to fly out of the Fort Lauderdale area.