Pat started his career working in the field, learning the industry from the ground up. Literally. His first day on the job was spent inspecting sewer manholes for defects. Uncertain at the time of a career in the water/wastewater industry, that field experience has proven to be invaluable to his career. He also gained a greater understanding of teamwork and leadership through his 30 years in the U.S. Army Reserve as an engineer officer.
Often unnoticed, underground utilities are critical to everyday life, and Pat is dedicated to keeping the waters flowing in both directions to keep them that way—unnoticed. He is currently serving as a program manager for our work on water distribution system improvements in Jackson, Mississippi. He is dedicated helping restore the system to proper operating standards after many years of neglect.
When not at work, you can often find Pat with his wife at their country property, maintaining the acreage, houses, and the yards that surround them. When not busy with family and friends, the property, or home improvement projects, he can be found woodworking or occasionally playing golf.