I grew up in Perry, FL and moved to Gainesville in 2006. In between I served as a member of the US Air Force for six years, with tours in Europe and at the United States Air Force Academy, receiving two Air Force Commendation medals and numerous other achievement awards and recognition. Upon separation I attended Florida State University where I received my Bachelor's degree in Criminology. While attending, I was also a member of the university's football team and played alongside a host of All-Americans and eventual NFL Hall of Famer's, Deion Sanders and LeRoy Butler.
After graduating I eventually ended up in the restaurant management industry that took me to a host of cities to include Orlando, Gainesville (the first time), Nashville and finally to South Florida, where I eventually decided to become a Realtor in 2002. After 20+ years as a successful agent specializing in residential sales, I am excited to share my knowledge and experience with established and up and coming professionals in this incredible industry.
Raised with a heart for giving, I have served on the Palm Beach Board of Realtors and have volunteered countless hours to Habitat for Humanity and “Student of the Week” recognition programs. I am currently serving my 3rd three-year term on the Board of Directors for Alachua Habitat for Humanity as their Treasurer as well and also serving as Secretary for the Board of Directors for North Central Florida Foundation for Affordable Housing.
My wife Kimberly and I share four incredible adult children Zack, Brandon, Lauren, and Kiersten. In my free time, I enjoy weightlifting and physical fitness, as well as travel, movies, and concerts with Kimberly.