In addition to a focus on education, he also has the desire to give back to his community through a program called Funding it Forward. For each closed transaction, a donation is given to a local non-profit organization. This program has allowed 34 local non-profit organizations to receive funding and this year a few of those organizations include Wounded Warrior Project, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Kenton has always enjoyed serving his community. He currently serves at his church and participates in local fundraisers throughout the year. Two recent events include Vine Maple Place and PTSD Foundation of America organizations.
For the last six years, Kenton has earned a position in his company's’ President’s Club reflecting his loan volume year to year. However, Kenton’s motivation goes beyond his daily loan officer responsibilities. With an understanding that it is the people who make a house a home, being a part of his client’s journey to home ownership has been most rewarding.
His own home consists of his wife, Jennifer; twin boys, Elijah and Zachariah; their dog Sadie and 16 chickens. When he is not working, or spending time with family, Kenton is most likely doing something outdoors in the incredible Pacific Northwest.
A Daily Mission
"Creating a positive experience, through education and communication, on the adventure to home ownership."
Develop and sustain sound business practices with a moral foundation.
Establish client relationships by building trust, consistency and reliability.
Give back to the community by supporting charitable organizations that are active bringing positive change in their sphere of influence.
"God cares about honesty in the workplace; your business is his business. Good leaders abhor wrongdoing of all kinds; sound leadership has a moral foundation."