I met the love of my life early, and we married in 2002, immediately after graduation. Ashley also graduated in 2002, except from Seymour High School. She has also lived her entire life in Jackson County. She is the most supportive and patient person I have ever known.
We have one child, a girl. Arabella is four years old and a spitting image of her mother. She is still a mommy's girl, but I am hoping that someday, she will become a daddy's girl.
I am very interested in World War 2. I collect anything and everything that has anything to do with that period. I have numerous flags, books, and memorabilia from the time.
I enjoy watching the Pacers and the Colts whenever I have the opportunity.
Although no man can know what his or any other future entails, I plan to be the next commissioner of District 2 in Jackson County.
I will put forth the effort to persevere and then pour the same effort into this office that I have channeled into my businesses over time.
I was born in Schneck Medical Center, Seymour, Indiana on May 10, 1984. The middle child and only son of the two hardest working people that I have ever known. I have great parents that have provided the greatest example any parents could for their children.
I attended first through third grades at Redding Elementary School in Seymour. Then, I transferred to Brownstown Central School Corporation. I graduated from Brownstown Central High School with the class of 2002 with academic honors and decided to begin my working career.
I began helping my grandfather on weekends when I was fourteen years old, and upon graduation, I knew that I wanted to be a sole proprietor. When he retired in 2005, he left the business to me, and I have strived everyday to build his legacy.
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