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Liniform Linen and Uniform Service Welcomes Fourth-generation President

Founder’s great granddaughter, Jennifer Peroli, takes reins of company

BARBERTON, Ohio — Liniform Linen and Uniform Service located here reports that Jennifer Peroli has been named the company’s new president as of Feb. 1.

Peroli is the great granddaughter of Albert E. Good Sr., who started Barberton White Wash (now Liniform) with his brother, Chris, in Barberton in 1924. 

Peroli will turn 40 on Feb. 20 and has been involved with Liniform since she was 15 years old. She started out in dry folding towels. Her grandfather, Ed Good, would drive her to work, “Listening to my grampy’s lectures about business all the way to Liniform,” she recalls. 

Peroli worked at Liniform every summer until she graduated with honors from Ohio University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in business administration, majoring in finance and economics.

After college, Peroli decided to venture out on her own and obtained a job at Nationwide Insurance as a casualty claims liability adjuster. Sher worked for Nationwide for 12 years in both the Cleveland and Canton offices, and obtained multiple promotions.

In 2015, Peroli decided to come back to her roots to work at Liniform as the healthcare development manager to grow its medical sector. In 2016, she took over as the customer service manager and was able to develop strong, lasting relationships with her customers. 

In April 2018, Peroli was promoted to vice president of Liniform.

She married Judd Peroli Aug. 12, 2017, and on Jan. 13, 2019 they welcomed their little boy, Leo James Peroli. The family resides in Wadsworth, Ohio, in her grandfather’s home that the couple purchased.

“Liniform is my grandfather’s legacy, and I will do everything in my power to make sure Liniform continues to grow and move forward while maintaining the business culture my grandfather was known for,” says Peroli.

“Stay on the high ground, for life at work and away from work is for real. You may pretend to yourself that the company is just a place where you work, but the truth is that company is you.”