Ken was born and raised in Canton, Ohio and has lived in Findlay since 2004. He graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering from Ohio Northern University and is now part-owner of four local businesses: Caretakers, Findlay Auto Plus, The Buffalo Cartridge Company, and A1 Tent Rentals. Ken and his daughter Emma attend St. Michael’s Catholic Church, and they love spending time together in the woods. Ken was not raised in a hunting family. He was first exposed to hunting at a company duck hunt in Arkansas in 2009, and it wasn’t long before he fell in love with all sorts of hunting. Ken first became involved with Black Swamp Bucks in 2017 around the time that he was becoming entrenched in the hunting and shooting culture. “To be honest, I wasn’t entirely sure what Black Swamp Bucks was at the beginning. My friend Todd Garlock asked if I’d like to be involved, and I just knew that anything Todd was a part of was probably worthwhile. Now I’m thrilled to be part of BSB’s legacy of conservation, education, and preservation of the hunting tradition.” Ken frequently enjoys loud and social goose hunts with his family, and he also enjoys the peaceful solitude of whitetail archery hunting. Pheasant, squirrel, and turkey have also become some of his favorite targets. Ken has also been involved in the local community through volunteer roles in numerous organizations including The American Red Cross, The Findlay Rotary Club, and six years of coaching baseball.