Rykon Staff Member - Wayne

Spotlight: Wayne Jory

Who is Wayne?

Q: Where were you born and raised?
Roblin, Manitoba

Q: What hobbies do you do with your spare time in Kelowna?
Hiking, Camping, Fishin & Going to hockey games

Q: What is your favorite community/area of Kelowna and why?
Glenmore and specifically Wilden

Q: What area of Kelowna do you live in?
Wilden

Q: What is your favorite season and why?
Spring and Fall. Nice temperature for being outdoors

Q: What is your proudest moment?
The birth of my three children, being a Dad and Grandpa. Building and running a successful drilling company.

Wayne and Rykon

Position:
Sales – Kelowna

Q: How long have you worked for Rykon?
2 years – since 2013

Q: What is your favorite part about your job?
Meeting people and introducing clients to Rykon’s building process.

Q: When would a client most likely come in contact with you at Rykon?
As soon as they contact Rykon about building.

Q: What is your favorite style of home?
Walkout rancher on a transition lot.

Q: Tell us something humorous about your job or that’s happened at work?
Most days have some good humor included in them but one story that sticks out in my mind is the day we were discussing the “creeper”. No, we were not referring to the guy trying to look in your window, but rather the low profile wheeled platform that is used in home construction or for working under cars. At least now we know which creeper were talking about!

Mixing It Up

If it was my last day on earth I would?
Spend it with friends and family.

Most desirable place to holiday/ travel? Why?
A small lake with good fishing because it is nice to be off the grid in a quiet spot.

Summer activity that your are most pumped about?
Camping and Fishing with friends and family.

Rapid Fire!

Car or Truck? – Truck
House or Condo? – House
Call or Text? – Call
Wine of Beer ? – Beer
Chips or Chocolate? – Chocolate
Soup or Salad? – Soup
Tim’s or Starbucks? Tims
Beach or Big White – Big White
Morning or Evening? – Evening
Books or Movies? – Movie
Favorite Season – Spring & Fall
Preferred Sport – Hockey

 

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