Familiar Technologies: Wellsite 2000, Wellsite Express, DFG

Regions of the world you have worked: Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Texas

Resume: Education:

BS – Engineering Management/Administration, Park University, Parkville, MO.
BS – Organizational Leadership, University of Arkansas Fort Smith, Fort Smith, AR.
AS – Construction Management, Park University, Parkville, MO.

Professional Experience:

Field Professional, Mud Engineer, Halliburton, Elk City, OK, 2007-Present
Manages drilling fluids through regular testing, troubleshooting, and treating drilling fluid in accordance to a detailed Mud Program.

Fleet Manager: USA Truck, Inc. Van Buren, AR, 2005-2007
Manages 60 driving personnel to meet Company objectives, Safety, On-Time service, Equipment Utilization, and Driver Retention. Oversees DOT and Company records relating to driver’s responsibilities and daily activities, following Company policies, interstate laws, and regulations, while monitoring freight transportation.

AutoCAD Draftsman: Sub-Contract (Self-employed), Fort Smith, AR, 2003-2005
Drafted single family residence, duplex and remodels from small plans to large 6,000 square foot custom designed homes. Meet with the builder or home-owner to customize the individual plan within local building codes and specifications.

Estimator: Lumber One, Van Buren, AR, 2004-2005
Established a previously non-existent Estimating Department for a Forbes Hot 100, Rising Companies from 2004 – 2005. On a daily basis conduct material cost estimates for conceptual and hard bid proposals that are within code requirements on residential homes in the local area and North West Arkansas from small cottages to large elaborately custom designed homes exceeding 10,000 square feet. Provide accurate estimates to reduce the number of deliveries and eliminate pick-up of excessive material left over at the construction site.

Logistics Officer: U.S. Army, Special Troops Battalion, Fort Lewis, WA, 2002-2003
Responsible for the world-wide deployment of the I Corps Tactical Operations Center, a three star General headquarters, consisting of over 800 staff personnel. Maintain an operating budget for the battalion in excess of $400,000. Employ and maintain the material readiness of $30 million of buildings and equipment. Provide supply and logistical support to the Corps within the theatre of operations abroad.

Corps Staff Officer: U.S. Army, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, First Corps, Fort Lewis, WA, 2001-2002.
Protocol Officer for three star General headquarters. Responsible for developing, coordinating and executing visits to headquarters of distinguished foreign and American visitors. Accompanied American Generals on foreign trips as Aide-de-Camp

Engineer Platoon Leader: U.S. Army, Alpha Company, 14th Combat Engineer Battalion, Fort Lewis WA, 2000-2001.
Responsible for world-wide deployment, training, welfare, sustainment and force readiness of 26 man combat engineer platoon. Responsible for the employment and material readiness of $1.1 million of equipment. Develop plans and orders, and supervise the execution of general engineering operations.

Engineer Officer: U.S. Army, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 1999-2000.
Responsible for training and leading troops in combat and topographic engineering and construction operations essential to the Army in the field. Lead and construct assaults on fortifications. Provide topographic and terrain analysis support.

Recruiter: U.S. Army Recruiting Command, Fort Smith, AR, 1996-1999.
Establish rapport within the civilian community, and obtain contacts and interviews with civilians to obtain quality Army enlistments.

Technical Inspector: U.S. Army, D Company, 2nd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC, 1995-1996.
UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter technical inspection. Ensured fleet of 41 aircraft was airworthy thru continuous inspection. Responsible for safety and well-being of 1,400 soldiers as Battalion’s Safety Non-Commissioned Officer.

Section Sergeant: U.S. Army, F Troop, 1st Squadron (Air), 17th Cavalry, Fort Bragg, NC, 1994-1995.
Responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of squadron’s UH-60L helicopters. Responsible for world-wide deployment, training, welfare, sustainment and force readiness of 14 man maintenance section. Accountable for the operational readiness of over $1.3 million in equipment.

Squad Leader/Crew Chief: U.S. Army, E Troop, 1st Squadron (Air), 17th Calvary, Fort Bragg, NC, 1992-1994.
Responsible for the training and welfare of a 4 man helicopter flight squad. Accountable for the operational readiness of over $14 million in equipment.

Special Skills

AutoCAD 2006, Architectural Desktop 2006
OSHA Certified, February 1993
Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel and Access
Communication: PowerPoint presentations, Public Speaking (Research, Analysis and Briefing) and Writing operations orders (Situation, Mission, Execution, Support and Control)


Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters, Good Conduct Medal with three knots, National Defense Medal, South West Asia Medal with three bronze stars, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait), Senior Air Crewmember Badge, Senior Air Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Gold Recruiter Badge with three gold stars.