It’s an exciting time to be at ZMac. Our business is growing by leaps and bounds, and with that growth come so many great things, including our 5 newest employees. We’re proud to introduce you to this impressive group. Read on to discover what makes these each of our new hires tick, in their own words.
Born and raised in Winthrop Harbor, Illinois, I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and now live in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I’m married with two dogs, Ellie and Buster, and two parrots, Henry and Doodle. I’m a serious animal lover. I consider myself quite the outdoorsman. I love to camp, fish, hike, and hunt. You’ll find me participating in various bass and musky tournaments throughout the year. I also enjoy shooting and practicing at the local shooting range.
When I’m not spending time outside, you can find me reading, baking, cooking, and spending time with my family and friends. And since I’ve picked up on the rivalry in the office, I’m proud to announce that I’m a lifelong Cubbies and Bears fan!
I have been in transportation for 20 years; it’s just what I do! I’m married to my darling husband Brian of 10 ½ years. We were married in Las Vegas and had a blast with the 30 or so people that flew out to be a part of our wedding! We have 3 kitties and an epileptic dog named Sergeant who is my pride and joy. My husband and I are huge Boston Red Sox fans, but also appreciate the hometown Brewers as well. I enjoy antiquing with my hubby and we always find old & unique stuff while out and about.
We wait all year for Irish Fest to roll around in August; it’s our favorite festival by far! We’re music enthusiasts and go to quite a few concerts every year. We listen to just about everything, although I’m not a huge fan of country music. We’ve seen Shinedown and Godsmack quite a few times and they are both probably the best to see live! However, strangely enough, we went to see Harry Connick, Jr. a couple years ago and it was awesome as well! Gotta live a well-rounded life!
Jon “Jonny Nono” Novak
Most of my friends call me “Jonny Nono” or just “Nono” for short. I have been married to my beautiful wife for 7 years. I have two energetic, quirky boys, Franklin (6) and Donovan (almost 2). I have an Olde English Bulldogge named Jameson, a cat named Jimmy, and two goldfish named Jeff and Kyle. I’ve lived in Illinois most of my life and moved to Kenosha about 10 years ago. I’m an avid Chicago sports fan. I’ve spent most of my professional career as a full-time accountant. I have also spent many weekends as a bartender and a sales rep for a couple major electronics manufacturers. Nowadays I spend most of my free time having Nerf gun battles and dance parties with my boys. I also play a lot of darts, softball, and poker.
Born and raised in Kenosha, WI and proud mom to 3 fur babies: 2 cats Libra and Bella and my 9 year old Chihuahua, Foxy. Foxy is the most adorable little thing and yet the angriest little thing I’ve ever encountered, but I wouldn’t trade her for the world. I’m an absolute animal lover and have donated to the ASPCA for the past 15 years. I’ve been a sponsor with Children International for the last 16 years and have sponsored 2 children, Christian (from 6 years old to 17 years old) and Mark (from 3 years old to 8 years old) from the Philippines. I am also a big computer nerd and have recently decided to finish getting my degree in Computer Forensics. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, shopping. At times, I can be a bit artsy and crafty and will find myself running to Hobby Lobby for DIY projects courtesy of Pinterest.
Born and raised in Racine WI, I attended MATC Madison and played golf, before transferring to MATC Milwaukee. When I’m not working I enjoy watching all Chicago sports teams especially the Cubs. I’m an avid golfer that’s always wishing I could play more. I love traveling to warm places that have a beach and wish I had more time to travel. I’m currently an eligible bachelor and I may or may not have cropped my ex-girlfriend out for my bio picture. I have a hidden talent for drinking a beer out of a pint glass upside down; I credit my time in Madison for that skill. There’s a reason [UW] Madison makes the top party schools list every year. In my spare time I’m (still) working on solving life’s hardest questions like my current puzzle: is chili a soup? And the hardest of them all: how many holes does a straw have?
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