Gained engineering experience with the US Navy, Bell Atlantic Business Systems Services and Penn State College of Engineering. After graduating from Penn State with a BS in Computer Engineering, Chris went on to be a Software Engineer for Lockheed Martin, DecisionOne, Medical Broadcasting Company, and Aventis Behring before finally striking out on his own.
Chris served as the Chief Technologist for a large medical practice of over 100 practitioners. He engineered, built, and maintained their electronic medical records and enterprise infrastructure platforms that spanned over 40 locations, 50 servers, 700 PCs, and two redundant data centers. Chris also is the primary engineer for all the technology that ACE uses to provide managed services to our customers.
Known for troubleshooting and problem-solving, Chris quickly identifies and resolves issues. With the knowledge that comes from over 20 years’ worth of experience, the Navy’s Troubleshooting Honor Award, and Lockheed Martin’s Pride Award, clients confidently can and do say, “he’s good at what he does.”
On Sundays and when Chris isn’t working—which isn’t often—he’s going to church with his family, playing tennis with his wife, having Sunday dinner at his mother-in-law’s and enjoying her homemade meatballs, or volunteering on the technology committee of his son’s school.
- Excited about new challenges and problem solving. At the end of the day, it’s all about helping people solve difficult problems.
- Passionate about his children and wife, fishing, tennis, and Halloween
- Won’t give up working and Halloween, his favorite holiday
- Wants to be remembered as a loving husband and father