Where I work
Who I am
I loved every minute of it. I spent my days personally introducing myself to law firms, advertising in the Yellow Pages, serving people day and night, and preparing the proofs of service and invoice documents. I loved the fact that I was not only an important part of the justice system, but I was helping improve the way law firms operated. I always focus on operational improvements which not only automate routine tasks, but improves the profits of the owners of the law firms I work for. I see what I do as more of a “lifestyle improvement service” for the partners of my law firms. I believe that these improvements to my client’s law firms help reduce stress and create freedom to enjoy life more in the areas that are important to them. This is what gives me the passion to run this business. From the outside might look like an ordinary service that delivers lawsuits to people, but it’s much more than that.
My focus is to love God, love people, eat well, exercise often, spend quality and quantity amounts of time with his wife and kids, listen more, encourage people’s talents and have fun!
Here are a few fun places I worked before starting Tag Process Service:
News Channel 10 (I was a mascot called Dino the Dinosaur for the Summer of Supervision Water Safety) » Long John Silvers » Marie Callender’s Restaurant » Kmart » Crystal Ice » Basset Beds » Prickly Pear Restaurant » El Caro Golf Club » Pauley Construction » Dairy Queen » Harkins Theaters » Montana Ranch Hand » Van’s Electronics » Dan Ryan’s Restaurant » Frito Lay
My Younger Years
I grew up attending public schools in Phoenix, Arizona. I enjoyed my friends more than my classes. My ambition was focused on the working world and I couldn’t wait to be done with school so I could get out there and follow my passion. I attended Royal Palm Junior High where I met my wife, Jodi, in the seventh grade. This was the era of passing notes, not texting or Insta-socializing! Then I joined my older sister at Washington High School.
During my junior year, I was serving detention in the principal’s office and I read a job posting on their bulletin board about helping an attorney deliver five-day notices to residents who were late paying their rent at apartment complexes. This was where I first got my experience in process serving. I really enjoyed the job and the satisfaction of completion was addicting.
After graduating high school, I moved up north to Montana to live on my dad’s ranch and go to The University of Montana. After one semester, I moved back to Arizona and attended several different community colleges. I finished my degree at Arizona State University. In 2002, I graduated with a B.I.S. degree in Small Business Entrepreneurship and Urban Planning. I continued my education by attending many executive educational classes in Management, Logistics, Systems Architecture and Supply Chain Management. I’m always devouring great business books – ask me what I’m reading now!