I have evolved with the cabling industry over the last 22 years. My first memory of network cabling was in 1998 at VG’s Grocery store in Howell, Michigan. I will never forget the satisfaction of seeing the lights blink, indicating that I had actually fixed the problem. Thousands of data cables, computers, phones and security cameras later, my staff and I are still finding fulfillment in that concept, though it looks much different now. I call myself the Founder, CEO and President of something that has grown beyond anything I had ever expected, but that’s a little misleading without mentioning the extraordinary team members who have risked it all with me. I feel lucky to have a tenured leadership team, who were all rookie professionals with one common goal: make it happen. KW has grown mature enough to serve some of the largest companies in North America but will gladly hop on over to our local grocery store when duty calls. Our approach has not changed with advancements and that is something I take pride in. Outside of KW walls, you will find me volunteering my time and resources to our community, spending time with my wife and two children (Lyndsey, 7, and Hudson, 3) or performing routine maintenance around our property. I accredit my work ethic and love for my community to my parents; to this day I think my dad can out-work me. CEO Fine Print: I am the only male in my family who is balding. I have one sister. I’ve never met a tractor I didn’t want to buy – I haven’t held back very many times. I love my hometown. I have one living grandparent, who is one of my favorite people.