Better Together is Alex’s approach to most everything. In his work with our clients he holds focus and sets the pace as our Key Account Leader, providing communication and support while holding accountability with our team to complete projects in the set timeline and scope.
This value unfolds within his family as well, whether he is playing outside with his kiddos – Nash, Brooks and Ruby – or he and his wife, Courtney, are taking the whole family on an adventure to the great North (of Michigan), fishing, swimming, and visiting the petting zoo.
Alex believes in working together and experiencing joy, even in the face of challenges.
He is eager to share that joy with everyone he meets and most will not stay strangers with Alex for long. After the guaranteed handshake, hug, or pat on the back, you’ll discover a contagious sense of humor and a collection of personal stories to match. Many of the stories come out of his six years in law enforcement, like that one time he set his own squad car on fire…
Late one rainy August night, I responded to a call for a traffic crash. I pulled up behind the disabled vehicles and started setting out flares to alert motorists of the upcoming shift in traffic. My squad car was parked on a slight grade and I neglected to carefully place my flares. The flare nearest my squad car rolled down the hill and came to rest against my rear, driver’s side tire. After several seconds my partner drew my attention to the flare and I turned my gaze just in time to see the tire engulfed in flames, and then explode. Luckily, the fire department was already there responding to the traffic crash, and extinguished the flames with relative ease.
You can bet those firefighters received a generous pat on the back!
Alex is authentic in his relational nature, desiring to share all that comes along with the human experience, together. One of his favorite places for relationships to unfold is on the golf course. Care to join him for a visit to the links?