28 years ago I stared here in Décor, but I eventually worked my way into the Cabinetry Department. I now supervise the Cabinetry and Retail areas and am in charge of the day to day ordering, maintaining, and coordinating of jobs that need to get done. I've been
a supervisor for almost 20 years, which I still find hard to believe. It feels like yesterday that we were working with the bare minimum around here. I can remember trucks coming in with steel, and everyone would stop doing what they were doing to help unload
The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime. -Babe Ruth
the truck because we didn't have any forklifts. To say I've been able to literally watch ISI grow into what it's become today is really amazing, I'm definitely proud to be a part of it. There is always something new to learn or teach and that keeps things fun and
challenging at the same time. What it really comes down to is that I really find happiness in what I do here. Plain and simple; I like what I do, and the people I get to be around every day. That is what has kept me here for 28 years (and counting)!
A small town, out in the country is where I call home. I grew up on a farm, in a town just north of Madison. Outside of work I'm a little league coach, and I have been for 12 years. I have two boys who have grown up being involved with baseball. They are now 17 and 21, and we still love it.
It's become a family tradition to visit major league baseball parks around the country. We have checked off seven on our list so far, but we've got a huge list made of others we want to see. I also am an outdoorsman at heart and enjoy hunting and fishing with my boys.