Steve is a field service professional currently exploring
challenging new career opportunities.
As a field service technician he installed, troubleshot, repaired and
maintained a variety of electro/mechanical equipment at customer locations. In
charge of service for two sales territories across the state of Wisconsin, Steve
communicated directly with customers, prioritized work and managed inventories.
He often traveled to additional territories to aid fellow employees. As a
member of the work groups safety committee he researched and communicated ways
to improve safety. Created, designed, edited and nationally distributed the work group’s quarterly safety newsletter. The skills he has acquired are readily transferable to a
variety of career environments.
To learn more about his career you can visit his LinkedIn
Steve has a diversity of interest and enjoys learning new
challenges. An avid photographer Steve has expanded his concentration into
digital photography. He especially enjoys applying his knowledge of computers by
using advanced computer software to edit and enhance his photography. He has
been the photographer for several friends’ weddings and his experience as a Professional portrait photographer has made him especially adapt to working with people of
His interest in aviation has lead him to be chosen as a
co-chairman for the EAA’s AirVenture’s Flight Line Operation, supervising
fellow volunteers in the safe and efficient ground movement of arriving and
departing aircraft at the worlds busiest (at least for one week) airport.
Steve has obtained his Amateur Radio License (Ham) KC9UBX and is a NWS trained Weather Spotter.
Steve additionally enjoys: biking, radio-controlled
airplanes, gardening, numismatics, model railroading and a round of golf now and then.