I come from a family of electricians and received my training as a teenager working for my uncle Stewart. I learned patience and compassion for teaching young people. Despite the opportunities in Lakeland I still wanted a college education and I could not afford it. I joined the Army in 2004 as a M1 Abrams tanker. As a tanker, I was sent to 101st Airborne one of only a few to ever go to 101st with that job title. I quickly learned I was going to be light infantry and deployed to Camp Taji Iraq. I lived on a check point from 2005-2006. I returned and we were greeted by fanatics who called us nasty names along with other phenomenal patriots who did a good job counteracting their hate messages. In 2007 I was sent to Fort Knox, Kentucky as a Certified Tank Instructor who had to quickly learn how to use a tank. One year later I was sent to 4th infantry division at Fort Hood, Texas and redeployed to West Baghdad in 2008. There I conducted joint patrols with the corrupt Iraqi Army. After two shoulder surgeries my time was up in the Army in 2012. I returned home with an A.A in General Studies and invaluable skills to offer the workforce. I got a job as an electrical helper making minimum wage supporting a family of four. I worked very hard and took different electrical jobs in order to develop a well-rounded electrical background while attending college at Florida Southern College and University of South Florida. I studied for my Journeyman exam and passed in 2015. While working as a Journeyman electrician I studied for my unlimited electrical exam and continued my education again at USF Sarasota/Manatee. I passed my contractors exam in 2018 and started Dynamic Electric in August of 2018. While in the Army I worked with many cultures, backgrounds and religions. It was through my journey that I discovered my real passion was for helping others and one day I will be able to do so.
Born and raised in the Bay area David is a 30 year local. His early years spent traveling the state competing in all-star and A.A.U. baseball. After high school David attended Pinellas Technical College's "Advanced Electrical and N.E.C. training" program. A course he knew would pave the way for a life-long craft. Buckling down with dedication to mastery David graduated top of his class. His growth in the trade includes residential, commercial, and industrial electrical experience.
This year David welcomes his first-born son Maximus. The newest fuel for David's drive to success!
Contact Brian at 941-229-0123