About RMF Nooter


RMF Nooter believes in Safety Leadership, Excellent Quality, Optimal Productivity, Minimal Disruption to Operations and Quick Response to your contact. These attributes drive our business and engagement with you.


bobbiBobbie Strayer

Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bachelor of Education – University of Toledo
Executive Master of Business Administration – Case Western University

Bobbie joined the Company in 2000 and began her career as an Electrical Estimator. Her commitment to the industry is exemplified by her active participation on numerous boards and committees as a management representative.

In her former role as Vice President of Operations, Bobbie had direct responsibility for Accounting, Human Resources, Labor & Commercial Contracts, Labor Relations, Purchasing, and Warehousing.

Bobbie’s new role includes a significant focus on safety and in particular, project planning, scheduling, execution and continuous improvement.  She believes that: “RMF Nooter’s ability to repeatedly demonstrate our commitment to safety is our greatest asset.  While our desire for schedule attainment is vital, I know our safety performance will not be compromised.”

Bobbie believes that all RMF leaders should strive to engage, develop, and empower their employees so they may have the ambition, tools, and courage to successfully impact our business.

She was born and raised and now resides in the area with her husband and children.


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Vice President of Construction

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Ohio University
Master of Business Administration – The Citadel

John joined the company in 1999 as a piping engineer supporting the turnaround group.  Since then, he has served in numerous leadership and management roles including management of the quality, estimating, and business development programs.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Ohio and serves as Treasurer of the Northwest Ohio ASME Chapter. He recently was promoted to the present role within the Company.

John believes that our core values of safety and quality separate us from other mechanical and electrical industrial contractors.  Our core values, coupled with our renewed focus on market diversification and expansion, are vital to making us a leader in this region.


randyRandy Roberts

Safety Manager

Bachelor of Arts in Communications – Ambassador University
Master of Science in Industrial Safety & Technology – University of Texas

Randy joined the Company in 2003 as a part of the Safety Team. He was born and raised in Texas and moved to the area in 1998 where he worked for a local hazardous waste company.

Randy brings to the table over a quarter of a century of safety experience in the OSHA, DOT, MSHA, and EPA regulations. He has been married for 27 years and has two beautiful daughters. He is also an active member in American Society of Safety Engineers Detroit Chapter.


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Director of Marketing & Business Development

Journeyman Meter Mechanic – IBEW 245
Bachelor of Engineering Technology – University of Toledo
Master of Business Administration – University of Toledo

Greg has had a career in Automotive Retailing, Healthcare, Electric Utility, Specialty Manufacturing and now the Construction Services markets, joining RMF Nooter in 2013. He has held a variety of service, construction, technical and management positions in Operations, Engineering, Sales, Marketing and Strategy.

Greg’s position with RMF Nooter is focused on the Company’s Brand Identity, finding and optimizing market opportunities then planning and engaging in the pursuit of business.

In his short time here with RMF Nooter, Greg has recounted several instances where the Company has been able to quickly respond to tight schedules and emergency recovery operations for Customers. He has said: “This is one of the most valuable attributes of what we do.”

He was born in California and has lived in Texas and Ontario Canada before moving to the area. He and his wife Jeannie have raised three children here.

Outside of work, Greg supports the United Way, Habitat for Humanity and Freemasonry.