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Craig is a veteran of the United States Navy. After his 20 year career serving our country he has embarked on a new journey in to automotive excellence. After earning an Associate’s Degree in Automotive Technology and Management, Craig enrolled in the Automotive Restoration Program at the prestigious McPherson College in Kansas. McPherson offers the only four-year educational program in automotive restoration and when Craig graduates he’ll have a Bachelors of Science in Technology with an Automotive Restoration emphasis. Craig is spending the summer as an intern at the LeMay-America’s Car Museum before returning to Kansas to continue his education at McPherson.

SUCCESS QUOTES 

“It’s better to be a chef and not a cook.”

“You gotta know when it is time to go with the flow and you gotta know when it is time to be the bend in the river.”

PERSONAL CHALLENGE IN HIS CAREER

After spending a lot of time and money having a new motor built for his car, by someone he thought was a professional, find out what happened.

AUTOMOTIVE CAREER AH-HA MOMENT 

After his custom built Honda was selected to be in a magazine, Craig decided his career path was going to be in the automotive field.

FIRST AUTOMOBILE

1984 Renault Encore

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE 

An anonymous quote he found on an automotive forum, “It’s better to be a chef and not a cook.”

FAVORITE RESOURCES

http://www.mcpherson.edu/

FAVORITE BOOK
The Glass Castle – Jeannette Walls

PARTING ADVICE
Always be yourself, speak confidently, be honest.
HOW TO FIND CRAIG

You can find Craig at McPherson College.

His email is nelscra@bulldog.mcpherson.edu or his mobile number is 619-944-8971

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