Dickey Electric, Apprentices Finalize Electrical Work on Austintown Habitat House

Almost there.

Former U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant James Skok and his family are weeks away from moving into their nearly completed Habitat for Humanity home in Austintown, and this week a group of journeyman electricians from Dickey Electric and electrician apprentices from the YJATC did the finishing work on the home’s electrical service.


Dickey Electric’s Jim Johnstone was among a team of electrician journeymen and apprentices performing the finishing electrical work on a Habitat for Humanity house in Austintown this week.


Dickey Electric’s Ty Berry performs electrical work on the exterior of the Skok family’s Habitat for Humanity home in Austintown. Dickey Electric, NECA-IBEW Electricains and IBEW Local 64 were instrumental in funding and performing the electrical service install in the home.

The Skoks are the recipients of the area’s first Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County Veteran’s build home, a project heavily supported by donations of time, labor and material from NECA-IBEW Electricians, including member contractor “Joe” Dickey Electric, and electrical worker unions IBEW Local 64 in Youngstown and IBEW Local 573 in Warren.