I am dedicated to you and your automotive needs.
I've been in this business for over 2 years and have helped many people put their dream cars onto their driveways. But, my most important win is by making you a happy, life-long customer.
Choosing Your Car
I know it's often hard to figure out how to determine what type of car you should get and what type of benefits roll along with it, but now it's easier than ever to determine what to get. Just ask for Jeff and I would be happy to help you find what is right of you and your family
A portion of my commission checks will be going to a charity in memory of my late son Xander who suddenly passed away from a severe asthma attack on 5-9-2015.
My path to becoming a car sales professional. I have loved helping all of my clients here at Liberty Ford Lincoln of Vermilion since I was first hired in May of 2013. Before I started here I spent seven years climbing the corporate ladder at Walmart from an Electronics Associate to Department Manager up to an Assistant Store Manager. It was a tough job with long hours but I made a lot of friends while there. Over time though I realized the 24 hour retail world was not the best career for my work/life balance with two young kids at home. Helping someone one on one was my favorite part of working there and I decided sales would be a perfect fit and I haven’t looked back since.
I was born and raised in Auburn, Massachusetts where I was active in chorus and drama. I have been working since age 14 with jobs ranging from fast food restaurants, the public library and a video rental store. I have always tried to keep myself actively employed.
I enlisted in the Massachusetts Army National Guard while in my senior year of high school as a Signal Support Systems Specialist (25U). I earned my Combat Lifesavers Certification while also helping train newly enlisted soldiers on proper radio operations. I was also tasked with securing a potential target in the weeks following 9/11, was a member of an Emergency Response team for the Democratic National Convention in 2004, provided security detail multiple times for the Boston Marathon amongst other missions during my six years of service. While I am considered a disabled veteran, my service injury is minor compared to the thousands of brothers and sisters that gave much more of their bodies while serving our country.
In 2006 I met my best friend Emily at a concert we both attended in Philadelphia and moved her from Pittsburgh to live with me in Massachusetts just a few week after meeting. We were married in less than two years, we were never ones for waiting around when we both knew that we had met the one. First our son Xander was born and less than three years later our daughter Kaledrina (or Kali for short) joined our happy family.
We have lived in Ohio since 2010 and I will support and cheer the Indians, the Cavs and the Browns. The only exceptions are if they are playing my Red Sox or New England Patriots. We enjoy taking day trips to both the Cleveland Zoo and Cleveland Aquarium as well as spending time by the water here in Vermilion. Vacations to Disney World and to visit my dad and Stepmother in France are in the back of our minds but it may be awhile before we make those dreams a reality.
My days off are spent with family or volunteering with the non-profit group Super Heroes to Kids in Ohio. We make costumed visits as superheroes and princesses to Kids facing adversity in Northeast Ohio and also help support community charity events. For more info on the group including more pictures of me in costume click the Superhero tab above. I have also become the only employee of any car dealership in Lorain or Erie counties as of me writing this that is listed as a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician so that I can make sure all of my customers leave as safe if not safer than when they arrived.