Bob has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of CBN Building Maintenance since co-founding and incorporating CBN in July of 1974.
He is active in the American Indoor Air Quality Council and the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, and is a Senior Arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau. With the assistance of consultants at Daniels & Associates, he developed CBN's unique "Cleaning for Health, Safety, & Security" program. Bob has been awarded the Certified Building Service Executive designation from BSCAI and the Registered Indoor Air Quality Manager designation from the Environmental Education Foundation.
Bob also serves on the City of Phoenix Environmental Quality Commission.
Bob is currently restoring CBN's office, housed in the 1914 L. L. Steward House in the Roosevelt Historic District of downtown Phoenix. Bob lives in a restored 1926 bungalow in the F. Q. Story Historic Neighborhood, and serves on the neighborhood preservation society board. Perhaps of interest is that the F. Q. Story neighborhood was originally subdivided by L. L. Steward, who built the house in which CBN offices.
In what spare time is available, Bob runs his dogs and reads extensively (primarily history, economics, and mysteries). Bob founded and plays baritone with the Salt River Brass Band, and for many years taught the trombone music ensemble class at Scottsdale Community College. He has amassed an extensive collection of 19th & early 20th century brass musical instruments.