I have been fortunate to work at Gulf Winds for almost two years now, but my history with the GWI goes way back. I was a carrier for Gulf Winds going back to 2003. I always admired how Gulf Winds approached business and the mission of being a beacon of hope in the community. I always knew that if the opportunity presented itself that I would love to work with the GWI Team. Here I am! I have several hobbies and interests but first and foremost I’m a family man. I love spending time with my wife and two daughters. Other interests would include music (Guitar Player), cooking, and I’m a bit of a Galveston history buff. I enjoy researching the rich history of G-Town and have quite a collection of artifacts from the island. I have been in transportation for 25 years and continue to learn new things every day. I have always enjoyed how dynamic our industry is. Never a dull moment!
What lessons has your work life taught you?
It’s really important to prioritize. Understand what you need to get accomplished, make a list by priority, and knock it out!
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
I would love to be able to draw/paint
What’s your favorite part of your job?
Working with a great team every day. Gulf Winds has some awesome people that work hard and care about each other.
What was the first thing you bought with your own money?
An electric guitar. $100 took me all summer to save it.
What is your favorite memory of Gulf Winds?
Working with my Daughter Abigail on a More Than The Move Foundation project to distribute cold water and a positive message to drivers visiting GWI facilities.
How would you like to be remembered?
As a great Dad!