Growing up, Chris was always the kid that asked too many questions. He was particularly infatuated with questions of how and why. He would always be looking out at the world and trying to come up with different ways to do just about everything that would lead to more positive and efficient results.
Chris was the kid in school that would make the math teacher explain not just that an equation worked in certain cases but also how that equation worked. In turn, he taught the other students around him. He didn’t have to do the class work himself and was instead graded on how well he taught them. His mom was not always a fan of his inquisitive nature, but she loved and nurtured it nonetheless. Fast forward 20 years or so and Chris still applies that same inquisitive nature to his work, always striving to provide people with the best solutions possible.
When Chris is not striving to make the world more efficient, his other passions are his family and his motorcycle. When he is not engaged at work, you can catch him spending time with one of the two. He loves taking the family to the beach and water parks all summer long, going to farms in the fall and going snow tubing in the winter. He even enjoys fixing things around the house, which his wife particularly loves about him. He can’t help but take pride when she asks him, “Is there nothing you can’t do?” Still, he loves turning up the tunes and jumping on his Ducati every now and then to hit the back roads. After all, everyone needs a little me time.