When Jeff puts his mind to something he gives it 110 percent and finds a way to master it.
When Jeff was a kid growing up in the Bay Area, he knew he wanted to become a motorcycle racer, a firefighter or a builder when he grew up. Once you meet him, it’s not surprising that he achieved all three.
One might say Jeff’s career in the building industry began when he was a junior in high school. Recognizing Jeff’s talent, his wood shop teacher gave him a rarely awarded A in the class. Throughout high school, Jeff worked for a hardwood flooring company. By the time he was 16, he was running his own crew. After moving across country to Florida, he started his own flooring business, which he ran for many years until he decided to pursue his dream of becoming a firefighter.
Jeff dedicated 20 years to fighting fires, a testament to his drive to help others in times of crisis. He ranked as a Lieutenant Fire Medic for Spec. Ops., and his specific training led him to New York to help with the aftermath of 9-11. Jeff eventually made his way back to the Pacific Coast, where he settled in Oregon and worked as a wildland firefighter and a homebuilder. A resident of Eagle Point in Southern Oregon, he joined the Green Hammer team as superintendent in late 2017.
When he’s not working or volunteering on a fire crew, Jeff is likely racing motorcycles (he’s a former Pro Motocross national champion), snowboarding, or fishing. One thing is obvious to those around him: When Jeff puts his mind to something he gives it 110 percent and finds a way to master it.