I was born and raised in Jackson, TN and graduated high school in 1981 from Old Hickory Academy. Went to Middle Tennessee State University and graduated in
1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. After graduating college, I moved to Nashville and worked with my Dad in the antique and auction business for 10 years. He then opened several very successful flea markets in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana and I followed him in that endeavor learning what it took to be in business for yourself. In 1992, I started a moving business along with my two brothers. We have built it into a very reputable business and one that continues to thrive to this day.
My wife of 26 years, Sheryl, and I have been blessed with two wonderful boys, Dalton and Dillon. They attended Franklin Road Academy in Nashville. I stayed very involved with them and was President of the FRA athletic booster club for 5 years during their time there. They have now graduated from Mississippi State University and are pursuing this dream with me. Personally, I love to play golf and go to Mississippi State football games. I am a Nashville Predators season ticket holder and huge George Strait fan.
Born and Raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Dillon is an alumni of Franklin Road Academy ('14) and Mississippi State University (’18). Growing up, he was very involved with his youth group at Forest Hills Baptist and enjoyed going to Younglife events any chance he got. He went on multiple trips with each group and it was there that Service and giving back became so important to him. In college Dillon served as his Fraternities Philanthropy chairman for 2017 and 2018. He helped lead the fraternity to raising over $350,000 in two years for an organization out of Starkville, MS called Reclaimed Project. With the same organization, he helped fundraise the proceeds for he and 45 other Kappa sigmas fundraise to go serve on three different trips to Zimbabwe and Lesotho.
Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Dalton is an alumnus of Franklin Road Academy (‘12) and Mississippi State University (‘17). As a kid, Forest Hills youth group and Younglife at FRA were a very prominent part of his life. In high school he visited JH Ranch, a Christian camp in Northern California. The first, his eighth grade year, with his father for the father son trip, and his second for their two week camp called Second Wind. During his time at Mississippi State he helped with multiple philanthropies including his fraternity’s charity football game that raised over $130,000. He also worked directly with the beneficiary non-profit organization called Reclaimed Project and visited Africa in 2016 for a mission trip with his fraternity, who had partnered with Reclaimed Project and Pinelake Church of Starkville. These are the things that helped instill a heart to serve and help others around him.