- Trinity International UniversityEconomics, Management, 1977 - 1981
- Greendale High School1974 - 1977
- Clinton High School1973 - 1974
I'm a father to 2 sons who constantly drive me with their creativity and passion. They are both brilliant musicians, and godly men. I'm looking forward to seeing what they will do with their talents.
I have been in the music business 25 years. Change is a constant. I'm still able to get up in the morning excited about where we can go today. Music continues to touch the soul. It's still all about the song.
Since my diagnosis 8 years ago with Stage IV Colon Cancer, I've become involved with Livestrong.
Everyday, cancer kills 1,500 Americans— one person every minute. This year, more than 550,000 Americans and six million people worldwide will succumb to this vicious disease. One out of three women and one in every two men will be diagnosed in their lifetimes.
Who will you wear the yellow for?
- Crossroads Entertainment & MarketingSr. VP, 2002 - presentOversee day to day operations of all marketing activities, independent retail sales, national accounts, international sales, mainstream sales, distribution marketing, distributed label operations, digital and online distribution services, direct to consumer sales and technology.
- Pamplin CommunicationsSr. VP, 1998 - 2002Headed all sales and distribution activities as well as all marketing activities for Pamplin, their artist roster, and distributed labels.
- Warner Music GroupNational Account Manager, 1995 - 1998Handled sales activities for Warner, Elektra, & Atlantic and their artist roster into the Christian marketplace. Was selected Salesman of the Year in 1996.
- EMI Music GroupRegional Sales Manager, 1991 - 1995Managed regional sales activities for Sparrow, Star Song, their artist rosters and their distributed labels into the Christian marketplace.
- Spectra DistributionSales Representative, 1988 - 1991Handled regional sales activities for Spectra's distributed labels artist rosters into the Christian marketplace.
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