- Pittsburgh US-PA
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Bowling, golf, fishing, boating, all sports
From 1988 to 1991, Jeffrey Schoeppner attended the University of Maryland, where he earned his Bachelor of Business. He has since leveraged his business-focused studies toward running his own bowling center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, called Pines Plaza Lanes. As President of a bowling business, he is responsible for ensuring that the entire facility runs smoothly and that all visitors enjoy their time at the lanes. In 2007, Jeffrey Schoeppner had the entire bowling center remodeled. Currently, Mr. Schoeppner serves as a member of the Bowling Proprietors Association of America, where he keeps up with the latest trends and forms entertainment business networks. In addition to running Pines Plaza Bowling, Jeff Schoeppner works as a Systems Administrator for a Pittsburgh company called ThoughtForm Inc. In this capacity, Schoeppner runs the company's multi-platform network, directs e-mail and web hosting administration, manages the PBX phone system, and pays close attention to network security. Jeffrey Schoeppner maintains an active lifestyle playing basketball, softball, and golf. He also enjoys bowling, fishing, and boating for leisure. Additionally, Schoeppner volunteers as the President of the Avonworth Girls Athletic Association (AGAA), as well as belongs to the organizations United States Bowling Congress and BASS master fishing club, which offer tournaments, coaching, and community groups. Jeffrey Schoeppner is also an avid reader and enjoys reading the works of his two favorite authors James Patterson and Mitch Albom.
Systems Administrator of a complex multi-platform network. Attention paid to network security and uptime. Responsibilities also include PBX phone system management, email administration, web hosting and associated administration. I have always run a budget conscious department but I have been recently been forced to tighten even more. I am proud that I have been able to do this and still not effect the quality my end users expect.
Attended using the NAVY college credit program.