Not only is Jason a dedicated loan officer, he is also a firefighter, wrestling coach, Urban Search and Rescue Team member and community volunteer. This leaves him with very little free time, but he wouldn’t have it any other way. He enjoys staying busy and being helpful to others.
A self-described funny guy, Jason takes a professional yet lighthearted approach to making sure his clients are completely satisfied with the decisions they are making, treating each one as if they could be his last. It makes him go the extra mile, fully dedicated to the very best outcome.
He is most fulfilled when he can help someone work through a challenge or help them achieve their goals. He demonstrates this as a loan officer, a firefighting instructor, and as a coach, guiding high school students towards becoming decent human beings who are hardworking, loyal, trustworthy and able to laugh.
Jason’s firefighting and coaching have taken him not only all around the US, but also to interesting places he might not have otherwise visited. He was deployed to Haiti in 2010 after the earthquake, and in 2016 he took a team of wrestlers to Budapest to compete against the Hungary National Team. When time allows, he enjoys surfing in California and Mexico.
Even though Jason attended CSU where he earned a degree in Economics, he is a University of Colorado football fan. When that elusive free time does come his way, if he’s not watching or attending a game, he’ll usually spend it in the gym or building something, especially if it’s part of a larger remodeling project.
Inspired by his father who created his own success, happiness and direction, Jason feels – while still a work in progress – that his dad set the tone for and pushed him towards the path of becoming a decent human being.
Words Jason lives by: “Let no man’s ghost return to say his training let him down” ~ Unknown. He tells his clients to take time and gain the knowledge needed to make the most educated decision possible