I grew up on a livestock and grain farm in rural northern Tippecanoe County, Indiana. I still reside in Tippecanoe County with my wife Elaine. We have two grown children, TJ, 24 and Sylvia, 22. When I am not at work, I love to trap “critters” and hunt small game, upland birds, whitetails, and especially wild turkey. When I am not hunting, I love to chase smallmouth bass and walleye on the Tippecanoe River or just spend time in my jet boat. As a young man, I knew habitat was the key to the success for wildlife. I wanted to do more; I joined the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) as a local volunteer and eventually voted onto the Indiana State Board.
During my time on the NWTF Indiana State Board, I started and maintain a habitat seed program and conduct free habitat consultations to our Indiana members. I am currently the NWTF Indiana State Chapter President and sit on the NWTF National Board President’s Advisory Council. I also conduct multiple whitetail habitat seminars in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio discussing food plots, bedding areas, and travel corridor strategies.
Whether you are looking to buy and/or sell your property, with my knowledge of wildlife habitat and agriculture background I will take the time necessary to help make it a positive experience. I look forward to meeting you!