I have a love for Crestwood and its community.
My wife Angela and I moved to Crestwood in November of 2017, into my grandparents house on Yorkshire Estates Drive, where they had lived since 1965 as original owners. As a child I experienced Crestwood with walks in Whitecliff and Crestwood Parks, visiting the mall and the miniature golf course, and learning the City's history from Grandpa.
While I spent a lot of time in Crestwood, I went to grade school at St. Simon the Apostle School in Green Park, St. Louis Priory School for junior high and high school, and graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration degree from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri.
Currently, I am the Manager of Financial Reporting at Thompson Coburn, LLP.
During all these periods of my life, I've been involved in volunteerism in some shape or form. As a young child, I would join Grandpa on his Thursday Meals on Wheels route in Webster Groves. In 1994, I won the St. Louis Priory School Student Services Award for "outstanding service to the school." In 1997, I was a part of the Journey of Hope cycling team, peddling from San Francisco, California, to Washington, D.C., to raise funds and awareness for The Ability Experience (formerly known as PUSH America), to benefit children with disabilities. At Thompson Coburn I manage or assist each year in various fundraisers for our annual charities.