Chris retired from the USAF after 26 years of Active Service. His diverse career included assignments as a Mobility Force Programmer at the Pentagon, Chief of Mobility Rated Assignments at the USAF Personnel Center, Command of an Airlift Squadron, a deployed Air Expeditionary Group, and an Operations Group.  He accrued about 4500 flying hours in KC/EC-135s, C-5s, and C-17s.  

His education includes a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The Citadel, and a Master in Public Administration from Ball State University.  His professional schools include Squadron Officer School, Air Command and Staff College, and Air War College.

Since retirement, Chris volunteers for Spinal Cord Injury Research at the Medical University.  He also serves as President of his neighborhood Property Owners Association, and recently joined our team.