Corey J. Jackson

About Corey

Corey has worked at Barton for over 15 years, he serves as the the System Administrator/Manager for our offices. He earned an Associates Degree in Computer Networking Systems from ITT Technical Institute.

When asked what do you like most about the ESOP, he states, “Everyone working together to achieve common goals”.

Tell us a little about your family/home life.

Life is always exciting at the Jackson household! My family (Becky, Weston 5yr and Bentley 4yr) and I currently reside close to ski round top where we have 2 great Danes (Winston and Layla), 2 cats (Garfield and Cloe) and a few other misc. pets the boys seem to find. We spend much of our time outside where the kids enjoy riding ATV’s, trying out different sports and helping dad with projects. I have found you have to keep them busy or watch out!

What was the first job you got a physical paycheck?

Mix between electrician and cook at local steak house.

What was your first job in IT like?

First job where I got heavy into IT was when I worked for Rite Aid at their command center in Camp Hill. Working on several hundred main frames and converting stores from the West to East coast when they merged with Brooks and Eckerd stores, I learned a lot. I did not however enjoy the night shift hours and after a year and a half moved on to day light hours to keep my sanity.  

How does the ESOP impact you the most?

Planning for retirement.

What do you love most about your job?

Job is always interesting, IT changes every day and I enjoy the challenge. Most days… 

What’s your favorite sport (professional, college, or other)?

Motocross racing or pro football.

I’m seldom without?

Pause, mind is always thinking!

When I’m not at work I’m doing……

Playing with kids, outside enjoying the weather with friends, kayaking, shooting guns or working on projects.

What’s on your “stranded on a desert island” playlist?

Anything country or rock.

What’s your hidden Talent?

Patience and dealing with hard situations.

What’s on your bucket list?

Seeing as I hate heights, sky diving where I most definitely would have to be the first one to jump.

What’s the one movie you can watch over and over again?

The Town, but could be many others.

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