General Manager/Partner October 1997 to March 2017
Asset Recovery Bureau, Killeen, TX
Responsible for the daily operations, which consisted of 26 employees and 6 tow trucks/carriers; which included 3, 4 and 7
car haulers. Planned and conducted all employee training, responsible for all financial aspects of the business from the
budget to payroll to maintenance of all equipment. Built and maintained relationships with over 300 vehicle finance
companies. Maintained a $3 million Dishonesty bond with no claims for 19 years. Served on Board of Directors for Allied
Finance Adjusters (nationwide trade association) 2003 to 2005. Licensed fraud investigator 2001 to 2009. Successfully
recovered and transported $1.03 billion in collateral. Recovery Agent of the Year; 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006

General Manager/Partner February 2007 to June 2013
Payless Car Sales, Killeen, TX
Oversaw daily operations of dealership consisting of 32 employees within 4 different departments; sales, finance, service and
parts. Handled purchasing of all inventory, Implemented all monthly training. Built and maintained business relationships
with over 50 different lenders and numerous auctions.

Network Administrator January 1997 to Octobe1997
Arizona Air National Guard, Tucson, AZ
Maintained computing environment by identifying network requirements; installing upgrades; monitoring
network performance. Establishes network by evaluating network performance issues including availability,
utilization, throughput, goodput, and latency; planning and executing the selection, installation,
configuration, and testing of equipment; defining network policies and procedures; establishing connections
and firewalls.

Transmission Team Chief: Satellite, Multichannel & Mobile July 1989 to December 1996
United States Army
Ultra high frequency radio transmission provided secure communications for Allied Land Central Forces Europe during
operation Endeavor in 1996; Supported 2nd Armored Division DTAC command post operations in support of Operation
Restore Hope/Warfighter in 1995; supervised the installation, maintenance, operation, and accountability of equipment
valued at up to $11 million. Handled sensitive, classified information which required Secret Security Clearance. Additionally,
responsible for the health, welfare and professional development of up to 43 soldiers. Appointed Duties- Safety NCO, Energy
Conservation NCO, Platoon Key Control NCO, Training NCO/S-3, and Drug and Alcohol NCO. Served as Military Liaison
between GTE and the Military Chain of Command in Korea (1993 to 1994) and coordinated training between GTE and 894
soldiers. Received Driver Badge for driving the Brigade and Division Commanders. Soldier of the month, quarter and year on
several occasions.

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