Kreg is an Associate and Studio Leader for PSC’s Community Studio 2. Kreg has helped over 48 churches realize their needs and develop designs that are specific for the individual church, including the award-winning Turning Point Community Church in Lubbock, Texas. As Priscilla and Aquila made tents, Kreg helps make churches—it is a passion, not just an occupation. Kreg and his wife are active in their local church, Turning Point Community Church, as community group leaders. Kreg is a member of the writing group, Shut-Up and Write, loves Game of Thrones and he IS Ironman.

Tell us a little about yourself. I’m a Lubbock boy, born and raised. On the playground was where I spent most of my days.

How did you first learn about PSC? I lived next door to Clayton Yeager.

Before working at PSC, what was the most unusual/interesting job you’ve ever had? One summer, I sprayed cotton from the back of a spray rig. Being a city slicker, my buddies and me just held down the handle and sprayed the “cotton”…it wasn’t until day 2 we realized we should be spraying only the weeds!

If you could pick one theme for PSC to turn into a book about the company, what would it be? Donut Etiquette

Do you recall any embarrassing moments at work? Yes.

What has been your proudest moment at PSC? In 2015, getting an Honor Award from the Local Chapter of the AIA Design Awards for Bacon Heights Baptist Church.

If you could switch your job with anyone else within PSC, whose job would you want and why? Kathy Carpenter, because everyone would love me.

Tell us a little bit about your family. I have three great kids: Emma (10), Nate (8) and Zach (4), only one wife: Lu (##), and much to my chagrin, a furbaby: Penny (1).

Tell us three things most people don’t know about you. 1) I used to sing on the praise band at church; 2) I once made a tape ball using 7 rolls of masking tape. I still have it to this day; and 3) I am a pathological liar. No, just kidding.

What phobias do you have? Filling out questionnaires.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Tall

What is one thing you can’t live without? Air. Maybe water. No…air. Yes, definitely air.