Before his move to the National Jet Company, Chuck spent ten years in New Hampshire, where he and his three young sons took full advantage of the White Mountains. Having endured the wind, cold, heat, ice and snow, Chuck has summited most of the 48 highest peaks in the Presidential Range, which means he is well on his way to capturing the coveted title of NH48. His most harrowing adventure in the Whites was his trip down the Tuckerman’s Ravine…on skis!
Here in Maryland, Chuck stays at lower elevations, but still travels in the paths of Presidents. His thrice-weekly runs are alongside the C+O, a canal first envisioned by George Washington.
With his sons now grown and out of the house, Chuck looks forward to meeting them on the top of a ski slope, or a river bed with a couple of kayaks.
Chuck is always working on a solution: how to get to the top of the mountain or how to get to the bottom of the ski slope. Most importantly, though, is “how to produce the best parts for his customers”.