I’m a small town guy with an open mind. Being on the water or in the woods is my natural habitat. As I grew up, my teenage years were spent working on a freight dock every afternoon as a dock foreman. I have always enjoyed helping people and making others feel important, but the capacity at which I could do that was limited. After 3 years in the workforce, I decided to move to college to pursue higher education and broaden my career possibilities. I originally pursued a degree in athletic training, but I quickly changed course to work towards a degree in marketing communications. Although marketing communications is the last place anyone expects a country boy from a small town to end up, I am grateful for the lessons learned and the people I have met along this journey. My years in the workforce helped to develop a strong work ethic and my years in college have provided a clearer understanding of working with others from all walks of life. Each season of my life has prepared me to have “down to earth” conversations with people, conveying a sense of trustworthiness and understanding, and I believe that will lead me as I pursue further career opportunities.
Life through my eyes
Life is not always fun and games. When it is we should hold on to those memories and remember the people and places that made us who we are.
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