Vicente (Vince) Herrera
Sacramento Rebar Superintendent
Vince was born in Actopan Hidalgo, Mexico. “Where God created true warriors” as he would say. He is the oldest of six children. Vince married his wife, Gabriella in 1996 and was invited by her family to join them working in rebar.
Vince says “this wasn’t your nice in laws trying to help me prosper, no, these guys were out to get me for taking their precious niece. They had me working like a donkey from dusk till dawn. Little did they know – I liked it”
Vince’s has three children with his wife, and his growing family was inspiration for him to spread his wings. In 2002, he was hired on as a foreman at Nehemiah Rebar. Vince says “it was my good looks that got me the position”. Although, Kevin would argue it was definitely his experience as a rebar foreman prior to coming aboard that got him the position.
Vince has been working with Nehemiah Rebar since May 2002. He runs rebar jobs in Sacramento and the Bay Area. Vince is a dedicated rebar superintendent, he even has a tattoo of his pliers on his arm. He says “Sometimes I feel bad getting a paycheck – I love my work so much- it feels like I haven’t worked in years.”
Los Angeles Rebar Superintendent
Eddy was born and raised in San Diego, Ca. He enjoys hunting and fishing, and motorcycle riding. He is a third generation iron worker, following his grandfather and his father’s footsteps. Eddy says “it’s in my genes.” He has two adult children, a son and a daughter ages 28 and 24.
Eddy has been working in rebar in Southern California for 30 years. He says his proudest accomplishment is a brick at Petco Park in San Diego where the Padre’s play that has his name and a little hard hat engraved into it. He takes great pride seeing the finished products of the things he’s helped build. He came to Nehemiah Rebar in 2014 when his brother, Eric Zenor asked him to join our team. He ran jobs as a foreman until 2017, when he became a Superintendent for our Los Angeles Rebar division.
Frank Louis Siqueiros Sr.
Fresno Rebar Superintendent
Frank was born in Fresno, Ca and was raised in a small town called Ripperdan, Ca. Frank describes himself as a proud farm laborers son. He is one of nine children born to his parents. Frank says he learned the meaning of hard work as a child; a trait he values to this day. He started rebar searching for a way to better provide for his family, and has been an iron worker for 30 years. Frank says “I still love and enjoy what I do for a living, and who I work for.” He started working for Nehemiah Rebar in 2014, and has been running Fresno and Central California Rebar jobs since.
Frank enjoys reading about history. He also enjoys keeping with current events and astronomy. He has an eye for photography, and finds the true beauty in the simple things. When he’s not tying rebar, he’s holding a camera.
Sacramento Rebar Superintendent
Fredy was born and raised in Michoacán, Mexico. He is the youngest of three boys, and has one younger sister. Fredy came to the United States in 1996 and was invited to work in the rebar trade by his uncle, Luis Balderas, who is also a superintendent for Nehemiah Rebar. Fredy has been working in concrete reinforcing for 21 years and has been working for Nehemiah Rebar since the start.
On his free time, Fredy enjoys music and dancing. He likes watching and playing soccer and working on cars.
Perceson “Pete” Donald
Colorado Rebar Superintendent
Pete was born on the Navajo Reservation in Tuba City, Arizona. He was raised by his grandparents in Dilkon, Arizona. He and his four children have resided in Dilkon, AZ, on his five mile ranch until recently. His family tended to the ranch while he traveled all over the United States installing rebar. In August of 2016, he relocated his family to Colorado to work for Nehemiah Rebar.
Pete started tying rebar the Monday after he graduated high school. Pete says he loved it and just stuck with it for 17 years. He is now the superintendent of Nehemiah’s Colorado Rebar division.
Pete takes great pride in his work, he says that he most proud of his ability to work with others. He feels it’s important to “have each other’s back” and works hard to make sure he does.
Besides rebar, Pete loves animals and is especially fond of horses. He learned to ride horses from his grandfather and has rescued and trained numerous horses in his life. He also regularly attends the Native American Church and greatly values the teachings he has received from it.
Northern California Rebar Superintendent
Luis was born in Michoacán, Mexico where he was raised until he was 15, when he came to the United States. Luis has 3 sons and 2 daughters with his wife of 37 years. Luis has been working in Rebar since 1991, and before that he worked as a farm laborer. Luis was one of Nehemiah Rebar’s first employees and has been with Nehemiah since the beginning. Luis says his proudest moment was when “Kevin gave me the opportunity to become a superintendent”. He enjoys working in rebar and appreciates that he has got to travel all over California to do rebar.
Luis has chickens, goats, cows & horses that he and his family tends to when he’s not working. He enjoys watching soccer and football on his free time, as well as occasionally going to the casino. Luis says “I thank the Lord for all the opportunities I have had and the ability to learn and succeed… [he] is fortunate to always have work to support my family thanks to Nehemiah Rebar”.
Colorado Rebar Operations
A Colorado native, Marty Parrecco starting working in the rebar industry in 1981. In 1984, he became a journeyman ironworker. Marty has worked on rebar projects as far as Nebraska, Kansas and Wyoming. With thirty-seven years of Colorado Rebar experience behind him, he came to Nehemiah Rebar in 2015 and has been an intregral part of the Colorado Rebar divison. Marty is married, has five children, and eight grandchildren. When marty isn't working, he enjoys riding his Harley.