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From the Post and Courier –
BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: September 1963, Memphis, Tenn.
RESIDENCE: Daniel Island.
OCCUPATION: President of Atlantic Intermodal Services on Clements Ferry Road.
FAMILY: Wife, Debra; children, Blake, 17, and Rachel, 13; and dog Bennie, 4.
EDUCATION: University of Memphis, where I studied transportation and logistics.
TALENTS/HOBBIES: Fishing, running and exercising.
BIGGEST ISSUE FACING CHARLESTON COUNTY: The planning of the transportation infrastructure pertaining to the new port in Charleston.
IN MY SPARE TIME: I go to my kids’ sporting events.
IF I KNEW TODAY WERE MY LAST DAY ON EARTH I WOULD: Be with my family at church!
SOMETHING IMPORTANT LIFE HAS TAUGHT ME: The only time success comes before work is in the dictionary. A good work ethic, persistency and passion will lead to success.
I AM MOST PROUD of: A solid family and a strong business.
BEST CHILDHOOD MEMORY: Family camping, canoeing trips.
PEOPLE I ADMIRE MOST: Self-motivators. People who overcome major setbacks, yet still reach their goals.
EAST COOPER NEEDS: More vessels calling the port.
IF I COULD CHANGE ONE THING ABOUT THE WORLD TODAY: One person can’t change the world, but leading by a good example can start a positive trend.
Posted: June 6, 2011