I was born at a very early age. My dad encouraged me early on to give my life to things I loved and had passion for and not to be obsessed with making the big bucks. Remember....when the Hurst pulls up there won't be a u-haul behind it. Thank GOD I listened and followed through with his advice. How many people do you know who can't stand what they do? I've loved pretty much everything I've been involved in. God blessed me with an artistic mind and a passion for adventure and the outdoors. Life is full of awesome opportunities if you see them and aren't afraid to step out in faith.
My degree is in psychology with interests in history, anthropology, and art. Given another year in school i probably could have had four or five minors. I wasn't sure what I wanted to do when I grew up and I'm still giving it a lot of thought. Graduating from WSU in 1973 I searched for that "perfect job" in my field but never found one that made me want to bark at the moon. Don't give up. Eager to make a living, I took a job selling carpet to builders out of the trunk of my car. I loved it! I loved the freedom, adventure, and the people. In 1980, my wife Judy and I opened our own design business and furniture store employing up to 35 people. We spent 28 years making homes and businesses beautiful. Our current business is Dock 410, a warehouse marketplace. We sell cool stuff....furniture, accessories, bronzes, area rugs, prints, architectural, antiques, and of course our groovy photos. Our 8000 square foot warehouse is stuffed to the 30 foot roof. We’ve been totally blessed beyond measure. Thank you God.