Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Bill currently resides at the end of the road with his wife Cassidy, son Angus, and the dogs of course outside of Viola. His passions are biking, kayaking, and cross country skiing. Before moving with his family to Idaho, Bill spent much of his time exploring and learning new areas with the intent of sharing his adventures with others. Having led tours throughout the United States, Costa Rica & Ecuador, most recently, Bill worked as the bike tour manager with Wilderness Voyageurs in Ohiopyle, PA. His thoroughness and attention to detail earned him recognition from National Geographic Traveler for designing one of 2012’s Tours of a Lifetime.
With a background also in construction, sustainable living and green building techniques, Bill built and lived with his family in an energy-efficient, off-grid home built using the timber from his property. Bill also has sold and developed rural acreage with licenses in West Virginia and Maryland. Bill relocated his family to Idaho in 2013 when his wife was hired as an assistant professor at the University of Idaho. His own recent experience with relocating his family from across the country and purchasing a home in the area help him better understand his customers’ needs. Bills desire to explore has helped him recognize the unique opportunities in Moscow and Latah County that make this area an attractive destination to raise a family and looks forward for the opportunity to share in his experience in guiding you to your next home.
In his spare time, Bill can found biking on Moscow Mountain where he volunteers for trail maintenance with MAMBA (Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association), biking, hunting, hiking with his family, or cheering on his son who plays hockey with PYHA (Palouse Youth Hockey Association).