of all, I have always loved to ride. My first bike was a ’67 Honda 50
which my brother and I pounded without mercy. It’s a good thing he was
always mechanically inclined. My dad was also a top notch mechanic and
always loved to drive, and he instilled this into his sons.
I am a veteran of the Marine Corps, where I served my country proudly
here and abroad. After the service, I attended culinary arts college to
be a chef, and that is the profession my career is in. Listening is
becoming a lost art, and that is why I feel I’d like to be on the Board.
I want to provide my skills as a people person to hear what members are
saying, bring those thoughts and concerns to the table and brainstorm
on how we can come up with solutions to improve our great organization. I
see a great future in the growth of the organization. In the past, I
have written letters and made phone calls to my representatives in
regards to many subjects such as the Federal Ethanol Mandate and safety
awareness for motorcyclists and automobile drivers.
I‘ve always made it a point to talk to members about their thoughts and
concerns at rallies and meetings. I enjoy speaking with other riders
about what their clubs are involved in. It’s important to me to hear as
well as be heard.
I appreciate your consideration and welcome your thoughts.
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