Objective: To provide clients with professional, honest and ethical Realtor service.
Profile: Retired AR Army National Guard Active Service; 20 years of classroom and field instruction experience in leadership development; Developed infantry leaders from skill level one to level four in combat arms military occupational skills; Proficient with weapons and explosives; Goal-oriented individual with strong leadership capabilities; Organized, highly motivated, and detail-directed problem solver; Proven ability to work in unison with staff, volunteers, and board of directors.
Education: Bryant High School graduate 1978; Vincennes University – 38 hrs Military Credit, Personnel Management; Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser; Licensed Real Estate Associate.
Relevant Experience & Accomplishments: Military Career – Successfully established and conducted training for National Guard and Army Reserve soldiers in Battlefield Survival, Military Occupational Skills (MOS) 11B, 11C, 11H and leadership courses for each MOS to level 4; Developed Instructors in the Military Occupational Skill (MOS) of 11C10 through 11C40 and all relative Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership Courses; Developed in a one week period a MOS Qualification instructor course, for ground and tract mounted mortars; Coordinated and conducted live test fire exercises with High Explosive and Illumination of proto type ammunition developed by Pine Bluff Arsenal prior to distribution to military; Experienced in High Explosives, Land Mines, Automatic Weapons, Land navigation including GPS Devices, Mountain Warfare winter and summer courses including rope rescues, rope ladders, suspension traverse systems, rope suspension bridges, rope haul lines,mountain and ice climbing, survival shelters; Senior Instructor, supervising 6 other instructors, classroom preparation, after action reviews, course management materials and program of instruction (POI); Counseled soldiers on defining career related goals and objectives; Formulated, wrote, and implemented course orientation materials and equipment needs to conduct training as assigned by POI’s, SOP’s,and Command Staff; Hands on training and testing of each soldier attending courses; Obtained additional skill identifier as Tactical Air Operation Specialist, Helicopters, cargo drops, tactical close air support, calling for and adjustment of all indirect fire, including naval, artillery, and laser guided munitions from tactical air craft; Combat lifesaver and Instructor; Obtained Instructor designation in 4 Military Occupational Skills before retirement. Management/Supervision: Supervised classroom and field training of soldiers and staff of 25 to 120; Part of a national mobile training team; Coordinated and Supervised Regional Training Sites throughout the United States; Trained, supervised and evaluated staff, coached improvement to individual skills; Involved in Indirect Fire Infantry Mortarman course certification by Ft. Benning Infantry School; Managed and developed computer oriented classrooms resulting in automation of Mortar Ballistic Computer, evaluating students in techniques taught in classroom; Former member of Perry County Quorum Court serving as JP District 7;Serving on Personnel/Grievance and Jail Committees Quorum Court; Currently have and supervise 4 employees in everyday work environment performing real estate professional services for Banks, Mortgage Companies, Estates, and Attorneys, accounts payable and receivable, contract negotiations with vendors daily; Making sure every report complies with Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice which complies with all state and federal regulations; Having trained and supervised 3 registered appraisers successfully passing licensing and certification to Certified Residential Appraiser involving 180 classroom hours and 2500 hours recorded work experience; Certified Training Officer for Harris Brake Fire Improvement District developing 10 of 12 firefighters receiving basic firefighter patch in fourteen months; Captain Engine 3 and station 3; Commissioned Security Officer, Securitas, USA working 16-30 hours 2nd and 3rd shift with No Supervision per month, May 2011.
Employment: Military Service – Arkansas Army National Guard (Active), Volunteer enlistment 1980-2000; Ormond Appraisal Service, Perryville AR 1998-2000; Lovell Appraisal Group, Inc. Perryville, AR 2000-Present; Petit Jean Properties, Inc. which changed to Moore and Co., Realtors (in Dec. 2017) 2010-Present; Securitas, USA 2011-Present
Community Involvement: Perry County Sheriff Office Reserve Deputy 1980-1984′ Arkansas Muscular Dystrophy Association Executive Committee 1984-2008; Perryville Parks and Recreation Commission 2000-2006; Harris Brake Fire Improvement District Commissioner 1998-2000; Perry County Justice of the Pace District 7 2000-2002; NWTF Arkansas Wheelin’ Sportsmen State Volunteer Coordinator 2002-Present; Harris Brake Volunteer Fire Department (Captain) 2000-Present.
Honors & Awards: Army Commendation Medal (2nd Award); Army Achievement Medal (2nd Award); Army Good Conduct Medal (2nd Award); Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Armed Forces Reserve Medal; Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development 3; Army Service Ribbon; NWTF National Wheelin’ Sportsmen Volunteer of the Year (2015); GRI; AHWD