"Jay is about as good as they get when it comes to a husband and best friend. He is supportive, full of love, thoughtfulness, and FUN! He is a great golfer, cook, hunter and a former baseball standout in his younger years. He is very handy around the house and does not complain too much about the projects I ask for his help with.
He is supportive, full of love, thoughtfulness, and FUN!
Jay grew up in a very small community where he played baseball, basketball, golf and showed pigs through the local 4-H and FFA (Future Farmers or America) associations. When he was around 16, he placed 8th with his pig and was able to purchase his first truck, a 1978 Ford Bronco with his winnings. Deep down he wishes he still had this truck. Jay’s family is very supportive, and his parents never miss any birthdays, softball games, or other activities their grandkids are involved in. They are always willing and able to join us for fun weekends or when we need help. Jay works for an oil and gas company and not only excels at his job, but also serves on several organizational boards for the betterment of our industry and community. Jay received his degree to be a teacher and baseball coach but has successfully found a niche in this business. One of my most favorite things about Jay is that when he gets really tickled about something, he has a cute giggle that I absolutely love. I cannot imagine my life without him and am truly thankful for the past 11 years of marriage, and 17 years spent with my best friend. Through it all, Jay has been the leader, voice of reason, the clear-headed thinker and the rock of our relationship. To see him interact with children is magical and they really do think he is pretty cool. I feel confident that Jay will continue to lead our family through joy and tears for years to come." – Janie