Director of Investor Relations
Mrs. Peregrine is Succession’s internal Finance Manager. In early 2014, Mrs. Peregrine accepted the position of Bookkeeper for Succession’s first Hampton Roads Virginia acquisition, PetroChem Recovery Services. Later that year she was tasked with overseeing payroll at Shipyard Staffing, LLC, SCP’s second Virginia acquisition. She quickly transitioned to the role of Finance Manager and between the two companies now manages a small staff, oversees weekly payroll for over 200 workers, and manages all bookkeeping and accounts.
Jeannine’s background includes tenures at Hewlett Packard Company and First American CREDCO, both in San Diego, California. Prior to joining PetroChem Recovery Services, she spent eight years as a bookkeeper for a long-established electrical contractor in Southeastern Virginia.
Jeannine spent five years of her childhood in Saudi Arabia where she attended a middle/junior high school with students from almost every country on Earth. Originally from Southern California, she now makes her home in Virginia.
"Matt/JES has a vision I embrace - the freedom to grow and to choose our own destiny. With the resources JES will invest in Tar Heel, we now are free to take our mission and purpose throughout the state of North Carolina and beyond."
"SCP's understanding of the challenges of selling a family-owned business combined with their depth of industry knowledge and dedication to the growth and professional development of our employees made them ideal investors for our company."
"Shipyard Staffing needed to address several internal succession issues, as well as our marine staffing business needed to expand. SCP's philosophy of buying, holding onto and growing companies is truly unique and exactly what we were hoping to find in a buyer."
"Succession Capital Partners' hands-on commitment and proven track record of working with families, while successfully growing businesses, made them the best firm to entrust with JES’ continued evolution."