Georgia Blinds & Interiors adds Pat to the team!

As the Atlanta housing market begins to rebound, Georgia Blinds & Interiors adds Pat to the team to ensure that all of our valued clients get the personal service and attention that they deserve. Here we grow again!!!

Pat started his military career in the Marine Corps on Paris Island in South Carolina. In the Marines, he was trained in logistics and operations.  Pat deployed in 2004-2005 and 2008 where he used his skills set to maintain the readiness of his unit.  He worked alongside other units in the Marines, Navy, and Army as well as civilian contractors from the United States, India, and few nations from the former Soviet Union.

While in the Marine Corps Reserves, Pat worked hard to support his family while attending college at Valdosta State University.  Since obtaining his Bachelors of Science in Education from VSU, Pat joined the National Guard working in logistics and supply. He was also employed at T&T Communications where he handled their day-to-day operations and logistics.

Pat’s background brings years of management, organization, team building and retail sales experience to Georgia Blinds and Interiors.

Pat has made it a personal priority in both his military and civilian jobs to strive for excellence and stand out in a competitive and positive way while being a team player and helping the people around him.  Pat is an active member at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, a caring husband and father, and enjoys an active lifestyle of playing soccer, running, mountain biking, fishing, and hunting.

Pat & Bill at the Gallery Showroom

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