Gary has volunteered for the National 24 Hour Challenge since 1986, serving as safety director from 1987 through 2017, and as executive director since 2018. In his role as executive director, he is responsible for handling day-to-day matters and making sure that everything gets done. He has ridden in a variety of cycling events, although riding the National 24 Hour Challenge remains on his bucket list.
“I am honored to continue the tradition of the National 24 Hour Challenge, offering a unique opportunity to achieve your personal best.”
Gary lives with his family in Southwest Michigan, and his “real” job is a consultant to United Ways throughout the United States and Canada.