Tell us a little bit about yourself:  I’m 36 years old, come from the same small town as Casey in Northwestern Missouri, Braymer, and I have lived there until February of this year.  I moved to Corder, an even smaller town that my wife is from, located in mid-western Missouri.   My wife Charity is a Chief Deputy Juvenile Officer and I have two daughters Zoey, age 6, and Sydnee age 4.  We are dog people with a seven year old Cocker Spaniel, Tucker, and a year and half old Lab puppy named Daisy.

What is your role at SR: My job is twofold.  When not at Garmin, I am a service tech with the Service Department focused particularly on the technical aspects; i.e. Media:Scape, Room Wizards, Sound Masking.  At Garmin I am the Job Coordinator/Installation Manager, which means that I am an onsite project manager/designer/inventory manager/whatever else I need to be.

Before working here, what was the most interesting job you held:  My Job history is pretty mundane: worked at a local grocery store in high school, professional painter for a bit during college, and then stubbled into the furniture business after college.
Hobbies/interests outside of work: I am an avid reader, I do minor home improvements, and heavily interested in all tech based things.
Favorite movie/book:   My favorite book is The Gunslinger by Stephen King and my favorite movie is Pulp Fiction.
Hidden Talents? My major talent, at least the one that gets used the most, is fixing friends and family’s computers.
Greatest Achievement: My greatest achievement is being a husband and father to my awesome family.

What is your most treasured possession?  I am unsure of my favorite possession, but my wife would probably say it’s my phone!
What did you want to be when you grew up:  As a child I wanted to be an Architectural Engineer.  Designing buildings and things seem like less work and more fun back then.
What’s your favorite thing about your job? My Favorite Thing about my job is the sense of satisfaction of seeing a job done well.

What is one thing you couldn’t live without?   I probably couldn’t live without my phone.   I guess my wife is probably right about that one.

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