Hello there, here is a little bit about me. From an early stage in my life, I developed an interest in how mechanical items worked, such as electric trains and slotted racing toy cars. The one thing that interested me the most was working with my father on his 1968 Dodge Coronet. I was fascinated with the way every part of that vehicle had a designated tool to service it. From that day on I had an obsession that led me into my life long career as I pursued every challenge mechanically. I tore things down and made improvements on whichever contraption I could get my hands on, and I loved every second of those puzzles. I studied general refrigeration systems in combination with Automotive Technology and dedicated 35 years in the automotive industry.
I finally retired from the automotive industry and now I am able to spend more quality time with my wife and daughter. The opportunity of working at St. John the Baptist keeps my creative side awake and most importantly allows me to help my community.
Whatever you do, do from the heart, as for the Lord and not for others - Colossians 3:23