I take a genuine interest in others and strive to make their lives better personally and professionally. I enjoy touching the lives of people around me. I believe that the small things in life have the biggest impact.
After graduating from UW-Stevens Point, I started my Human Resources career at a manufacturing company in Oshkosh. My wife and I moved to Milwaukee shortly thereafter where I continued in HR in the printing and manufacturing industries. Another move took us to the Fond du Lac area, where I worked my way up to an HR Director position in the construction industry. After 20 years in the HR field, I needed a new challenge. When my interests aligned with the growth strategy of Elite Human Capital, it was a match made in heaven!
I am a very humble person; however, as I look back, I have accomplished a lot at each stage in my life. I had a blast playing sports in high school and was fortunate enough to be on two state championship football teams in Monroe, WI. Following high school, I was the first in my family to earn a bachelor’s degree. I then went on to have a 20 year career in Human Resources, getting to the director level. All of this would not have been achievable without a wonderful family supporting me.
I have a deep Christian faith and spend a lot of time volunteering at my church by serving on our council and volunteering for committees. I also volunteer my time coaching youth sports. Not only teaching them about various sports, but shaping their lives and helping them grow in life.
I LOVE SPORTS! Watching, playing, coaching any sport is my ultimate pastime, when I’m not spending time with my family, of course. Family is the center of my life.
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