Hey! Glad you're here. A little about me: I'm
the youngest of four, born in Evergreen Park, Illinois. I'm also the
father of four -- weird huh? I drive a Corvette, and no it's not a
Freudian thing. My daily commute was 75 miles each way at one time, so I wanted a fun, comfortable
car to drive. I'm a consultant with a specialty in healthcare supply chain
optimization and financial improvement.
I live with Sue in the
Northwest suburbs of Chicago, and I'm a die-hard Cubs
fan. And I hate winter!
It is my belief that winter was never supposed to be part of the story.
When God created Adam and Eve, he placed them in the Garden of Eden. They
ran around naked -- could they have done this in winter? No, I don't think
so. I believe
that winter was part of the Curse of Sin, and the four seasons are just a way to
transition from good (summer) to bad (winter). That's my story and I'm
sticking to it.
The church that Sue and I attend is Willow
Creek Community Church and although it's often characterized as one of those
, we have a very unique ministry which I am part
of: our CARS
ministry provides cars to needy people, and does benevolent car repairs to
people who can't afford it. I lead
a team which meets on alternate Saturdays. I get a lot of satisfaction
knowing that our team is, in a small way, making the life of someone in need a
little better -- being "the hands of Jesus" in a very practical way.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why is our domain name Jac N Sue.com?
In 1998 I co-authored an article for Nursing
Spectrum Magazine with Shawn O'Connell who was then the Director of Critical
Nursing at the University of Chicago Hospitals where I served as the hospital's
contract administrator. Here's a copy of the
article article we wrote.