I was born in Ohio and moved to Orlando, Florida with my wife, Kristie, in 1998. We have two children, Tyler and Grace, and live in the Lake Mary area. I am active in Rotary... more
I was born in Ohio and moved to Orlando, Florida with my wife, Kristie, in 1998. We have two children, Tyler and Grace, and live in the Lake Mary area. I am active in Rotary International and have been a member of the Altamonte Springs Rotary Club since 2000. I served as Club President from 2004-2005 and am a Paul Harris Fellow and member of the Paul Harris Society. I am also on the Board o... view profile
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