Executive Director, Storm Restoration Nation
For those who know me personally, know that I am a Man of my Word. Honest, Loyal,Trustworthy, Ethical and of High Integrity …but more than anything PASSIONATE!
and…sometimes those who don’t know me, Mistake my Passion and Conviction for Arrogance and/or Negativity which is about the furthest from the Truth anyone can get in “Judging” me. Those that do know me see me as the guy who will “Tell it like it is”, “Give them the Shirt off my Back” and “Take a Bullet for them”.
I don’t run from tackling controversial issues or “calling people out” when necessary even if it means losing a few “Friends” in the process.
I stay unbiased in most situations and go after the facts to uncover the truth and shed light when most are afraid to mention or take on topics or individuals like me because, we live in a World today where “Political Correctness” triumphs over “Realness” and most put on their “Sheep suit” and follow the rest of the herd down the path of what they believe is Knowledge, Empowerment or Enlightenment. (check for wool covering over eyes. lol)
I started Storm Restoration Nation because of my passion to remold an industry I love and created a process to do so that goes against the current “system” that most individuals on both sides of the fence have been indoctrinated into and many are laying claim to change but still operating under that same system’s guidelines which is what prompted me to spend my time and hard earned money creating this organization.
I embarked on this mission Feb. of 2013 after pissing away several thousand dollars on an organization that seemed like more of a “cash grab” instead of a true non profit for change .Aside from the greed and lack of real action I felt deceived when they partnered with an engineering firm that is known to act fraudulently in their inspections and has worked on behalf of the insurance carriers to rob policyholders of a fair adjustment and claim settlement if any at all . They also took a top down approach which I realized was ridiculous since most of the issues we face come from bottom of the barrel or “armpit” of our industry.