I was born on the Westside of Indianapolis near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The fact we could plainly hear the old roadsters from our backyard I think ingrained in me a lifelong love for auto racing. I graduated from Northwest High and attended IUPUI and then Butler University where I was a Radio & TV major. This gave me access to my other greatest passion - music.
I have spent my entire professional career in sales beginning way back in high school selling consumer electronics and for the last twenty-five years I have been involved in some aspect of computer software, education, and/or consulting and implementation. I have always operated with the principle that your integrity is not something that can be bought but it certainly can be sold or given away and I pride myself on never compromising. At Excell For Life I will be working with our business and administrative issues and exploring additional partnering opportunities. I also will be working diligently behind the scenes to make sure your client experience is pleasant and valuable so I would look forward to any comments or suggestions.
My family information would read the same as Lisa's with the kids being shuffled. I am so blessed to have such amazing children.
I have been given the rare gift over the past two years to put my life skills to work helping others and am very committed to many benevolence opportunities here locally and around the globe. I am particularly passionate about the work of The Caring Center and very proud of the work we are doing to end childhood hunger in our county and help improve academic performance with mentoring assistance.
I am an active member at my church, Traders Point Christian Church near our home in Zionsville, IN.
On Thursday nights Lisa, Annika, and I attend a Life Group with some other members of our church, and I meet regularly with a Men's group Thursday mornings. I am trying every day to get closer to my Lord and continue to relish his love and promises for us all.
My hobbies include road biking, collecting music, going to as many live concerts as practical, and making a frustrating attempt to learn to play guitar.