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My whole life, all I’ve ever wanted to do is to help people. That desire to help others has taken on various forms as I’ve aged, but it’s never waned.
Prior to becoming a mortgage banker, I spent more than 10 years in public safety as both a firefighter/EMT and a police officer. The experience I gained working in public safety taught me many invaluable lessons that will benefit me for the rest of my personal and work life. Just for starters, it provided me with critical communication skills, the abilities to pay close attention to detail and to solve problems quickly, and it taught me how to help people deal with stressful situations, which, let’s face it, buying or refinancing a home can certainly be at times.
My career in public safety was successful because of my core values of honesty, integrity, teamwork and professionalism. Those core values didn’t change when I entered the mortgage industry, and I draw on them every time I am able to help people achieve their dreams of owning a home.
I spent most of my life in Florida. I was born in Bartow and grew up in Lakeland, where I spent 27 years before relocating to Spring Hill, Tennessee, in February of 2014. After researching the many opportunities Williamson County provides for family life, my wife and I knew this was the place for us to raise our family.
When I’m not working, I’m spending time with my family, and enjoying all the music and culture in the area. I also enjoy running marathons, but now they’ve caused me to have a love/hate relationship with the hills of Tennessee.