||Married to Martha for 24 years. Live in Jackson, TN, where he an Administrator for Regional Cardiology Consultants. Martha is
directory of Jackson Christian School's Pre-School program. They have 2 children, Julie, an Sophomore at David Lipscomb University, and Will, in the 8th grade at Jackson Christian School.
I have been in Jackson since 1972 after graduating from UT Medical Units. I worked as a Medical Technologist for 6 yrs then entered the Biomedical Sales field. I called on hospital and clinical labs for 22 yrs in West Tenn. and ended my sales career covering 11 states and traveling alot as a Hemostasis Business Specialist. I then began marketing and public relations for a good friend who is a Cardiologist; I shortly became an administrator over his clinic here in Jackson. I do not miss the constant travel and it is great being able to be with my family and sleep in my own bed every night! My wife Martha and I have been very active with our daughter Julie and her tennis career; Julie is a sophomore on tennis and academic scholarships at David Lipscomb University in Nashville. We also have been very involved with our son, Will, coaching him in baseball, basketball, and football; Will is an 8th grader at Jackson Christian School doing well in his academics and starting as Middle School quarterback and catching for the baseball team. Martha, Julie, Will and I are very involved with our church where I serve as an elder. Our travels have and continue to consist of taking the kids to tennis and baseball tournaments in West. Tn and other cities in the Southeast. Julie and Will have kept us very active and they have been tremendous blessings in our lives. This May, Martha and I will celebrate 24 yrs. of marriage. Martha is now the Director of Jackson Christian School's Preschool Program after 16 yrs as a Medical Technologist and a stay at home Mom. My Mom and Dad still live on Elm Street in McKenzie and they extend their best to the entire Class of "68. I have been extremely blessed throughout my life; one of those blessings is being a member of the greatest class to graduate from MHS, the Class of 1968! As always, I am very excited to see us get together once again. Thanks to each of you for all that you are doing to keep the tradition of the Class of '68 alive and well!! Take Care and may God Bless you all!!