Our employees are the key to our success and we love talking about them! This month we get to know Adam Lorenger. Adam has been a member of the Platte River family for a little over 2 years. His position as Onsite Field Engineer allows him to help with all aspects of our client’s environment including projects, maintenance, help-desk and offsite sales discovery calls. We asked Adam what he likes best about his current position;
“I enjoy face to face time with customers, really understanding their needs and helping resolve their issues. The most rewarding part of the job is seeing the happiness people have when things work the way they want them to.”
Prior to knocking on the doors of Platte River Networks he held the positions of Sr. Desktop Support Analyst and Operations/Facilities Manager At First American Title.
Let’s get to know Adam a little better…
Adam is a rare Colorado native from Greeley which bodes well with his favorite hobbies; hiking, golfing, snowboarding, sports, travel and music. It is in his home state where he is the happiest, particularly “on the top of Peak 6 in Breckenridge looking out at the view before heading down”. He attended Greeley Central High School and spent some time at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins where he met his beautiful wife Melyssa, a Civil Engineer currently working on the Colorado State University Football stadium. They share their sweet life with their adorable 9 month old son Callan who is “growing up so fast” and two canines Ronin, a golden retriever and Murphy, a shepherd mix. He enjoys movies and has far too many favorites to choose just one. His two favorite books are Anthem by Ayn Rand and Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card.
Adam always wanted to be a doctor but figured out late in high school that the life of a physician was not what he was built for. Although Adam leans towards Spiderman, as possibly his favorite superhero, the person he admires most in his real world is his Dad.
Adam is the true definition of “work hard-play hard”, he is highly respected here in our office but more widely respected with our customers. No Adam, you didn’t become an MD but your table side manner with computers and clients is out of this world and we are proud to claim you as our own!