I recognize the importance each of our employees have in making our company successful.
The University of Wyoming brought me (and my now wife) to Laramie, WY in 1995, where I was part of the wrestling team and completed my Chemical Engineering degree. Going into my final year of college, I sent out a few resumes in response to open positions in the area, thinking I needed to work on my interview skills and that it might take some time to find a job. A couple months later, I had a message on the answering machine asking me to come in for an interview with Trihydro. Little did I know that this interview would lead me to where I am today.
I began working as an intern at Trihydro in December 1999, while I was finishing up my wrestling career and education. Having started as an intern and growing my way through the company, I have worked as a field technician, field engineer, project engineer, and project manager. These experiences have provided me with a unique understanding of the various roles we have in our company, and I recognize the importance each of our employees have in making our company successful. This understanding is something that I use every day in my current role as the Business Unit Leader for our Air and Process Services Business Unit.
Outside of work, I have a passion for coaching kids and being in the outdoors. I have coached baseball, soccer, football, wrestling, and yes, I even helped with basketball for a couple seasons! My wife (also a Trihydro engineer) and I have been busy raising our three wonderful children (Ethan, Isaac, and Anna). We enjoy having the university here in town and being able to attend as many Cowboy’s and Cowgirl’s games as we can.