I was born and raised in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, New York. I had a fondness for airplanes as a child, and eventually studied aeronautics at Brooklyn Technical High School. I left Brooklyn a few days after I turned 18 to join the Air Force where I learned to repair radar equipment on jets, and then satellite communications equipment. In my twelve plus years with the Air Force I had the pleasure to do some traveling, throughout the United States ,Italy, Germany, Turkey and Greece. I left the military in 1993 and moved to Broward County.
My career path remained in the technical area. Avionics is aircraft electronics, and is what I did for many years. I learned to fly. However in 2000 I decided to study the law. I hung up my shingle in July of 2004 after graduating from Nova Southeastern University in 2003 and have been practicing Family Law since then.
I am proud to say I am a grandfather of six. I have been married to my wife, Nancy, since 1999.
I enjoy going to the movies, the beach, spending time with the family, and believe it or not, working on my wife’s “honey-do” list.