My time with Interior Systems dates back to 1983, after graduating from high school in 1982 and spending a year training in metal fabrication at a local technical college. I began working for Interior Systems on September 21, 1983 in Metal Fabrication. One year later I changed departments to Field Service, installing our products across the United States. I then took on managing our Field Service Department that included shipping, receiving and warehousing.
As our company continued to grow, this position was divided into Field Service and Logistics. I pursued the Logistics Management position for 15 years and as of 2009, moved back into the role of Field Service Manager responsible for all of our Certified Installation crews across the country. This position is both challenging and rewarding. Being able to proactively resolve concerns
in the field to meet the customer's high expectations is very gratifying. The final installation is the presentation of all the work done prior on the project. From marketing, sales, operations, and product fulfillment all of the countless hours and dedication depends on our network of certified Installers to complete. Our ISI certified installers are the best in the industry, and it is a pleasure working with this group of people. They do whatever it takes to satisfy the customer.
Over my tenure, I have taken countless seminars as well as continued education in supervisor leadership. With all the education I have received, I can say this; the experience knowing firsthand what it takes to make it happen in the field cannot be taught, it needs to be experienced. Our company provides the best seating and décor in the world.
Life isn't like a box of chocolates. It's more like a jar of
jalapenos. What you do today, might burn your butt tomorrow
-Larry the Cable Guy
Outside of the office my life revolves around family and the outdoors. There is nothing that can compete with family time. Bow hunting specifically is my serenity. There truly is nothing like the ambiance of being alone in nature, without technology. Besides probably being a goofball way too much, I enjoy spending time with my wife, snowmobiling during the winter, and hanging close to home.