Pat January - Owner

I have been self-employed since 1980. We opened Sign Time in 1993 where my love of graphic design and sign making quickly became one of my greatest pleasures in life. I feel so blessed to have a “job” where I can come and “play” all day!


My husband, Rick and I have been married for 44 years and have two children and three grandchildren. My hobbies are playing with my grandchildren and flying. My husband has been a pilot for many years and I just received my private pilot’s license in 2008. We enjoy flying back and forth to our coastal home and also to see our grandchildren in Northern California.

Danny Mariscal, Manager

Serving Sign Time customers since July 13, 2015

I've been in the print industry for over 17 years, with 12 of those years as a graphic design/print shop manager.  I'm very pleased to be part of the Sign Time family and look forward to spending many years together.


If I'm not at the shop, you'll find me spending time with my lovely wife Christine and our two boys, Aiden & Owen either hiking in the Sequoias, camping with our Cub Scout troop, or working on our little backyard garden.


Other hobbies include playing guitar, photography, painting and a variety of diy wood crafting projects.

Scott Joslin, Production Manager

Serving Sign Time customers since January 5, 2015 

I'm currently the production manager here at Sign Time, overseeing all signage assembly and installations.  I'm also a full-time college student majoring in Engineering.  The quickest way to my heart is through food.  I LOVE eating.  My work ethic is a thousand times better than my bio writing skills.

Jason Copeland, Graphic Designer

Serving Sign Time customers since March 31, 2016

I was born and raised in Tulare, CA.  I went to school to learn computer graphics and design in Monrovia, CA.  Since then I have held several jobs as a graphic and web designer.  At Sign Time, I am happy to have the chance to use my talents from day to day.


In my spare time I play electric blues guitar.  I love Sci-Fi shows and movies.  Sometimes I'll fire up some old NES games just for fun!