About Trinity Multifamily
Trinity Multifamily was founded out of a need for me and my business partner to purchase and manage our own apartments. As time went on, we began to get requests to purchase, invest in, or simply manage other people’s properties. My father taught me two life lessons that we now apply daily: “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing it right the first time,” and “Finish it well!” Dad’s advice was a good guide.
Trinity has grown into a regional com-pany with more than 7,500 apartments, condos, duplexes, and homes under dedicated care! We provide safe, well maintained, and managed properties in Arkansas, Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Location & Contact
6515 South Zero Street, Fort Smith, Arkansas
479.452.1817 | trinitymultifamily.com
Words to Live by:
There is no detail so small it doesn’t require close attention—finish strong!
“He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” – Micah 6:8
Favorite childhood memory of Christmas? Sneaking a peek early, then acting surprised Christmas morning.
What treats did you always leave for Santa? Cookies and milk.
All-time favorite Christmas gift? A boombox that flashed to the beat.
Best Christmas present you ever gave someone? I got my oldest daughter a pink and black truck, and my youngest daughter a horse.
Favorite Christmas TV show? A Charlie Brown Christmas.
What do you miss about being a kid? Terrorizing the neighborhood, and packs of boys out from daylight to dark.
What’s gone out of style that you wish would make a comeback? High top Reeboks® and jeans with tight-rolled cuffs.
First job? I was fourteen and I got a job at Dairy Queen. I spent my first paycheck paying them back for all the fries I ate.
Favorite song from your teen years?“Walk This Way” by Run-D.M.C., and “Living on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi.
What’s on your playlist right now? Contemporary Christian, Journey, Sam Hunt,
What’s on your bedside table? Bible, Bose® radio, i-Pad®.
Favorite meal?Steak and baked potato.
Farthest you’ve been away from home?It was when I was doing mission work in the Pare Mountains in Africa.
Strangest place you’ve called the Hogs? The front yard of a deer camp in Junction City, Arkansas after defeating #1 LSU.
If you could take a year off and do anything you wanted, what would it be? I’d stay at my condo in Destin. Scuba dive in Cozumel and the Bahamas. And visit extended family.
Last book you read? One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future by Ben Carson M.D. and Candy Carson.
Last movie you saw? Woodlawn.
What are you grateful for? Salvation, my wife, and my business partners.
What’s your hidden talent? I’m a break-dancing machine.
What’s on your Bucket List? An African safari, and catching a 1,000 pound blue marlin.
What’s the most sentimental thing you own? A ring passed down from my grandfather.
What do you love about your career? The ability to make a living doing what I love, while developing my employees, and providing housing for more than 14,000 residents in the South Central United States.