Logistics: Facilities Logistics

Technical Theatre: Prop Designer, Set Designer, Rigger

Jerry has been involved in numerous areas of the performing arts - from portraying characters on the stage, to building sets, as well as, to supporting his son and daughters in music, dance and theatre. He is an avid supporter of the arts. He manages the operational aspects of AIM shows and productions, from logistical support for stage and props, to maintenance of studio locations with general maintenance. Mr. Jerry provides technical assistance in areas such as lighting, radio communications, in addition to set designing and construction.

When he's not in the studios, or on AIM Production locations, he is working on a 48-96 rotating schedule respond to all emergency calls within the 48 hours on duty as a part time firefighter and EMT. He loves to operate rescues for 911 calls and inter facilities.

Jerry is married and has four kids. He is a retired Fire Captain with the Tonapah Valley Fire District and loves being a part of the AIM A-Team!

"While working for the fire departments I became involved in the public safety education for children and adults. I began teaching fire safety and learned how to use clowning as tool to engage the children that would get them ready to learn about fire safety. I also had my daughters help me build the sets and act with me, which has been a lot of fun for us. Our oldest daughter started with her elementary choir, then when Ed and Angela incorporated the West Valley Choir, all three of our daughters have been attending [choir rehearsals and performances]."




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