I began my career in EMS with a transfer service back in 1994, and in 1997 I came to Williamson County EMS. I have had an exciting career, branching into Emergency Management while remaining on the ambulance. I have had the privilege of serving people throughout the state of Texas by deploying as a member of our Incident Management Teams to several major hurricanes, floods, and fires. I am also one of the founding members of our Honor Guard.
I grew up in Western NY, and I still return to see my family several times a year. I moved to Texas in 1991 when I enlisted in the United States Army. I spent two years on an M1A1 tank at Ft. Hood, and one additional year as an artillery crewman. While employed with WCEMS, I was able to graduate from the University of Texas with a BS in Zoology. My wife Carmen also graduated from UT, and we are both avid supporters of all things Longhorn!! We have two active boys, and I coach both of them in soccer and baseball. I am active in several service organizations, and as my boys grow I hope to be able to pass along my passion to serve.
I truly believe that EMS is a vocation. We are called to serve our neighbors in their time of need, and that is one of the greatest things a person can do. I believe that my job is to work with our Clinical Practice Division to design, implement, and maintain efficient practices that allow our paramedics to provide outstanding clinical and customer service.