Vice President, Flood Control Practice Leader, and Guitar Enthusiast
Tell us about your hobby.
A few years back I picked up the guitar again after a long hiatus. I found out that I still love to play, and I use it as my down time where I decompress from the events of the day.
Why do you love engineering?
I work in our Flood Control Practice here at Dibble where we plan and design solutions that keep people and their property safe. It’s very much a “behind the scenes” profession but we know we’re making a difference.
What’s your superpower?
I’m a chameleon. I’m pretty good at reading a room and knowing when to speak up or when to blend into the background and observe.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
I did a lot of traveling when I was in the Navy in my early years, but one place that I never got to was Budapest. I hear great things about it.
If you could snap your fingers and become an expert in something, what would it be?
That’s easy. I’d be the next guitar hero.
What’s one thing you’re learning now, and why is it important?
Our kids are adults and are (mostly) gone now. My wife and I are re-learning how to be “us”. That sometimes means respecting the fact that we are different people than we were 25 years ago.