Cris is a retired Army combat veteran with 23 years of service. Enlisted out of HS in 1998 as a Combat Medic with multiple deployments and reached the Senior Non-Commissioned Officer rank before attending Officer Candidate school. Cris commissioned as an Armor Officer and Held three Commands before transitioning into a Human Resources role. His final role in the Army was the Commander of the San Antonio MEPS.
Cris holds a master's degree in organizational leadership from Norwich University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Columbia Southern University. Cris is currently a PhD candidate at Liberty University for Behavorial Psychology. Cris attended many leadership schools while serving and holds multiple certifications.
Cris is happily married to his wife Lisa, who is currently serving on Active Duty as an ICU floor Chief Nursing Officer in Charge at Brooke Army Medical Center. Cris Has two children Olivia and Andrew.
I am a dual service Veteran that served in the US Marine
Corps and then the US Army where I retired. During my
service I had four different MOS’s in the span of 13 years.
After I was medically retired I went back to school to fulfill
the dream of being a motorcycle and boat repair shop owner.
Unfortunately, I was injured in an accident which left me
Since my accident, I have had a chance to do a great many
things and to see many places. I have flown all over the
country in order the hunt hogs from a helicopter, play sled
hockey in tournaments, and cycle in several different states.
I moved to San Antonio in July after buying mt first house
here and found Operation Comfort. Since moving here they
have open there doors and hearts to me not only as an
employee but as a Veteran. They encourage me to continue
working and getting my self right both mentally and