The Man Behind Our Appliance Repair Recruitment Success

Human Resource Generalist

Growing up, Ethan was immersed in the life and values of Guinco. He initially pursued a career in the Army as a flight engineer on the MH-47G Chinook helicopter. While he claims to have learned lifelong skills “non-pertinent to HR”, it did hone his values in regards to integrity and what it means to be a dependable team-player to those around him. He also developed an understanding of excellence and team oriented skills. After his stint in the Army, he left with a passion to support work environments that not only promote coworkers being their best selves, but their true selves. To develop this passion, he attended TCU to receive a Bachelor’s in Communications. For him, there was no better place to give this knowledge back to than Guinco. He had always enjoyed the genuine and family oriented atmosphere and is eager to always do his best to make Guinco a better place to work at. At the end of the day if he can make even one person feel more wholesome at their job, he feels a deep sense of accomplishment.

He and his wife live together with their boys in Argyle, TX. He loves spending time with his family, and will find any excuse to take them along on any travel adventure. Nothing is more valuable than getting to see different places and make incredible memories together. If he’s not on an adventure, you can catch him watching shows like ‘Stranger Things’, ‘The Boys’, ‘For all Mankind’, or ‘God’s Favorite Idiot’. As far as ‘sportsball’ allegiances go, his teams would be the Cowboys, Stars, Rangers, and Sooners. His favorite place to have visited so far is South Korea, there were so many things to do and experience and he had a mind blowing experience hiking some of their trails. While he’s accomplished some impressive feats, he would also like to do a backflip, run a marathon, and compete in a triathlon. Ethan encourages you to check out SOWF which provides college scholarships and educational counseling to the surviving children of American Special Operations personnel killed in the line of duty.

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