Dave is presently scheduling speaking engagements for upcoming events.  If you are interested in getting on his schedule, please enter your contact information in the comments section below.

Dave grew up in Kingman Arizona where he graduated from Mohave County Union High School.  He is a Vietnam Era Veteran having served in the U.S. Air Force where he worked Avionics Instrumentation on F4D fighter jets.

He has been married for 41 years and with his wife Marsha, have raised four children including two adopted children.  For over 27 years they opened their home to 32 foster children.

Dave is a Sr. Human Resources manager for Eastman Kodak Company.  Additionally, Dave has worked with companies such as Hoechst Celanese Corporation, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, and Enron.

Dave’s rich experiences in life and industry give him a unique perspective in a myriad of subjects including; Fatherhood, Parenting, Relationships, Leadership, and Spiritual Warfare.

Dave holds a Master of Science degree in Counseling from Creighton University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from College of the Southwest.

Dave has been a professing Christian since he was 14 years old, although he says the past 10 have been the years of real spiritual awareness and growth through the fire of adversity.

Dave have done speaking engagements for Foster Parent national conventions and has served as the MC for the Native American Chamber of Commerce annual Talking Stick at Rice University in Houston Texas.  He has also taught on “Our Spiritual DNA” at Liberty Revival Church in Houston, TX

Now living in Harris County Georgia, Dave is active in the church community in the Greater Columbus Georgia area.

3 Responses to “Need a Speaker?”


  1. 1 Lindsay April 26, 2009 at 11:51 PM

    Can you come speak in Huntsville!!! I miss you daddy and I just read about 10 of your blogs they are addicting . . god really gave you a gift! I love you . . hope to see you for the wedding planning week in June!!

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  2. 3 Charlene August 18, 2009 at 9:07 AM

    If you are ever in East Texas, we’d love for you to speak at Rotary! I enjoy your articles so much and miss you and your family. Hope everyone is well.

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