Just for the fun of it, I am going to start way back... 1995...  Leave Orlando and it's off to sea in the US Navy, to work on H-60 helocopters and to marry my high school sweetheart and best friend Lynette.  After a series of moves with uncle Sam, we settled in the west side of Jacksonville, FL.  We spent over 6 years there and made some great friends.  After a struggle as a distributor of "Pitbull Energy Drink", and the aftermath of Sept 11, 2001, we made the decision to move to the mountains of TN and enjoy life.  We sold our little house in FL and bought the farm in Bluff City.   Literally.  6.3 acres of heaven.  There we were blessed to bring into this world our precious daughter Olivia Grace (now 13) and Jonah Matthew (11)  and Micah Samuel (8).  

It was here that I built "All-American Home Repair".  Many people around the Tri-Cities hired us do repairs and renovation work for them.  We were one of Lowe's top installers for nearly 5 years running and toward the end we installed fencing for every Lowe's in Greenville, Elizabethton, Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol.  We had a great group of guys work for us through those years and helped to make a lot of beautiful dreams come together.  As the financial markets began to crumble in 2006, I downsized the business and later closed it down altogether.  

In April of 2009 I joined the team at Tri-Cities Baptist Church as the Director of Campus Operations, Media Director and Director of IT.  This was a great time of renewal and refreshment for me.  My many years of workaholic tendencies had worn me down.  We sold the farm and moved to Colonial Heights.  It was here we welcomed our fourth blessing, Caroline Elizabeth (2).  

In the fall of 2012, the Lord began to stir in me the desire to be back in the business world.  So in April 1, 2013 I dove back into the world of construction. I first began as a project manager for Ferry Construction Services out of Knoxville.  FCS has a mission of service to support churches and non-profit organizations in the task of building, expanding and maintaining their facilities.  After a short time of commuting and determining we were not prepared to relocate to Knoxville, I began D'Avella Services.  This lead me to a position with an out of state housing developer building some beautiful homes in Blountville at Cottages at Feathers Chapel.   This project was a great experience that spurred me to grow in my management skills.  In late 2015 I took a position with Brock Services a service provider for Eastman Chemical Co in Kingsport.  

My desire for my daily work is to provide a wide base of quality services at a reasonable cost.