It's great to have a career that connects me deeply with the lives of community members and still allows me the time to be connected to my family. I grew up with an appreciation of good dental health and was taught from a young age the importance of honesty and integrity. I hope to serve this community in the same way my father did.
I studied microbiology at the University of La Crosse, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1992. In 2000, I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Marquette University. I attend various dental council meetings and continuing education seminars annually and subscribe to various dental journals to follow the latest advancements and treatment options.
My staff and I see our patients as family, and we love to laugh and have a lot of fun in the office. We all work so well together, meeting the needs of our patients and each other.
I live in Eagle River and, aside from the years I spent in school, have lived here my entire life. My wife, Amy, and I have three children, Jack, Sam, and Nora, as well as a pet gecko who we've affectionately named "Geiko". I spend as much time as possible outdoors, from hunting and fishing to taking walks and building forts with my kids. I also really enjoy my frequent fishing trips to Canada.
I am a supporter of various community service organizations and have been a Northland Pines Basketball Association youth and summer league coach for the past three years.