How did you hear about Home Repairs and what made you get involved? 

I was introduced to HRM by board member Richard Lusk. I have known Richard for a long time and attend a weekly Bible study with him. One day, we were discussing charities and Richard mentioned giving to HRM. 

We all know owning a home requires a lot of money and maintenance; imagine not having the resources to make those repairs. I always knew that there was a need for this type of charitable organization and was pleasantly surprised when I learned more about HRM and wanted to help.

After a year of supporting HRM, Richard asked me if I would like to get more involved and invited me to join the board. 

What is your goal as a board member?

I am honored to be a part of HRM and I hope to provide financial and project support. I also hope to bring greater awareness to others [about the difference Home Repairs is making in the lives of others]. 

Do you have a specific example of HRM making an impact?

When men and women serve in the military, many of their families are struggling. I remember hearing a vet once say that he didn’t think people cared [about their struggles]. When I learned that HRM has helped veterans and others in need, I felt that this was an area that I could make a difference. 

Tell us about yourself 

I am a semi-retired investment professional and these days I manage a small portfolio of real estate properties.

My wife Catherine is a benefits consultant. We attend Bible study in our neighborhood where Richard leads the guys and Lani Lusk, Richard’s lovely wife, leads the ladies every Friday morning. Catherine is also on the board of Gwinnett Senior Services. 

My daughter Delia just graduated from GW Law and is currently studying for the Georgia Bar Association. My daughter Maggie is currently a benefits representative for Met Life in Nashville, and she graduated from Auburn in 2020.  

We all like to ski, play golf and tennis. I am extremely blessed for having all these wonderful women in my life!