SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
A serious history buff and pseudo-special agent invited to study, shoot, and train at the FBI Citizens’ Academy – real-world scenarios, real-life tactical gear. Once spent a month in China, sans itinerary, flying by the seat of his pants (including foolishly hiking the Great Wall in flip-flops). Likes to watch people argue, ahem, debate – a symptom of graduating a psych major. May have an addiction to good food. And bourbon (cue the Doberman named Bulleit). Grew up working in his family’s business. Always up for an adventure, especially if it’s with his college sweetheart wife and two rowdy boys. If he’s not golfing or coaching one of his kid’s many sports teams, you’ll likely find him kicking back at his weekend hideaway in the woods.
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