Just imagine for a second what it would be like to go to work every single day and be surrounded by women. Some are loud and crazy. Others dream so big they don’t even realize they are crazy. And one of those is your wife. Welcome to Kevin’s life! He’s the calm to our chaos and the logistics to our enterprise. Sometimes, that means he has to gently pull us down from the clouds when we run wild with an idea. As Merry Me’s co-owner and operations arm, Kevin manages the money (because that’s NOT something a creative-type ever wants to do) and helps organize the infamous Team Orange when our world gets crazy… like who goes where on home Notre Dame Football weekends when we have a dedication ceremony, 2 birthday parties,  8 tailgates, and a wedding on the same day. He also heads up our Merry Muscle – the part of our team that does the heavy lifting before and after events. He has the biggest heart, a great business mind and we are so grateful he puts up with us… or is it the other way around?

More about Kevin…

How long have you been with Merry Me? Est 2007. I joined our business full time in November of 2014.

What is your favorite thing about the job?  OUR TEAM! Insanely talented, authentic, battle-tested, hilarious, great people with big hearts…all that you hope for as a business owner.

Married/Kids/Furbabies? Married to my smokin hot wife (and business partner) Cher for 20 years. 3 amazing kids – Caden, Lilli, and Jager.

Favorite thing to do on day off?  Enjoy making memories with Cher and the kids, projecting around the house/yard, catching a ball game…any ball game.

What super power would you choose? Super Speed (Flash Gordon style). Zip through the daily have-to-do list leaving more time for the fun stuff
What was your favorite toy as a kid? Probably the Millennium Falcon (w/ action figures) from Star Wars. Christmas, 1970 something…

Can you play any instruments? Uhhhhhh…..NO! Took piano lessons for a minute from my grandma when I was about 7, but never had the patience to stick with it. One of my bigger regrets. I think it would be great now to be able to pick up an instrument and play. Maybe some day I’ll take those lessons again…

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