After graduating from college Jeff was employed as an electrical apprentice eventually graduating through the ranks of Journeyman, Foreman and Master Electrician. Following a successful career in the field Jeff was promoted to project manager/estimator for a large commercial electrical contractor. After nearly twelve years in the office learning the skills necessary to secure and manage projects Jeff incorporated what is now known as CityWide Electric. Since founding the company in 2000 Jeff has secured and successfully managed a wide variety of projects varying in scope and value from $10K - $7M. Outside of work Jeff enjoys playing golf, collecting & showing MOPAR muscle cars, maintaining his salt water coral reef aquarium and spending time at Lake of the Ozarks with his wife Beth and their five children.
After graduating from Kansas State University with a degree in Construction Science in 1995, Matt was employed as a project manager/estimator for a large commercial electrical contractor in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. Matt joined the team of CityWide Electric in 2004 as a project manager/estimator, Matt has secured and successfully managed a wide variety of projects varying in scope and value.
After earning a bachelors degree, Thad enlisted in the Army and through the years graduated from several training academies; including Combat Medic, Respiratory Specialist, Recruitment and Retention, and Logistics. He always finished in the top of his class. Thad also completed the training necessary to climb the ranks from Private to NCO and then received a direct commission as a Second Lieutenant. Four years later he made the Captains list. As an officer, he held the positions of Platoon Leader, Company Commander and Detachment Commander. After retiring from the Army with several accommodations, Thad served as president of CVI, Inc. for eight years and is now a project manager/estimator on the CityWide team. During his off time, he enjoys serving his family and others in the community.
Amy has worked in the field of accounting since graduating from college. She began her career in corporate accounting in the auto industry in Michigan. Later, she moved back to her native Tennessee and performed both audit and tax work in public accounting. She has also taught accounting and business classes at the community college level. When not working, Amy enjoys reading, watching her three children’s ballgames and concerts with her husband, Cayce, and traveling.