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J.J. Mobility will fill need, owner says

Jeanette Jablonske, owner of J.J. Mobility, said she was inspired to start the non-emergency transportation service after finding it difficult to transport her ailing mother. (Republican Eagle photo by Sarah Gorvin)

Jeanette Jablonske recently launched J.J. Mobility, a non-emergency transportation service for the elderly, disabled or "really for anyone who needs travel," she said.

The inspiration for the company, Jablonske said, came as she was helping care for her parents before they passed away. "Trying to get (my mom) to outings was difficult," she said.

J.J. Mobility will transport people just about anywhere, Jablonske said, including family gatherings, parks and the airport.

"It's not just medical appointments," she said.

Jablonske has more than 20 years of experience working in the home health care field. She is also certified in CPR and first aid, she said.

Though based out of Hager City, J.J. Mobility will travel to just about anywhere to pick up or drop off people, Jablonske said. The service is "24/7."

Jablonske's van is an approved handicapped van and equipped with a lift. It can carry up to six people in the seats or two wheelchairs or one gurney.

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Sarah Gorvin
Sarah Gorvin has been with the Republican Eagle for two years and covers education, business and crime and courts. She graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2010 with a  journalism degree.