Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:00 am

Rick Rinderle, president of Rinderle Door Company in Big Bend

Name: Rick Rinderle               
Title: president
Company: Rinderle Door Company
Company address: S71 W23275 Adam Dr., Big Bend WI.
Company web site: www.rinderledoor.com
Industry: Door and dock industry
High School
Family: “Married for 37 years to my wife, Marlene. I have 4 children. My three boys and my wife work with me at Rinderle Door and a daughter in heaven.”
Hobbies and Interests: “Spend time with family and fly helicopters’       
Favorite book and/or movie: Bible
Favorite place to visit/vacation: “I always like new places.”
Favorite local restaurant: Cafe Manna
Words to live by: “Life is what you make it. It is everyone’s choice”
What is your core philosophy for doing business? “Do what is right!”
Who is your role model and why? “I have many role models. The first was my father who taught me to love everyone no matter who they were and where they came from, and that no one is better than me , we all put our pants on the same way, one foot at a
time. My wife and sons are role models by working together and helping each other be better people than what we are.”
What was the funniest thing that has ever happened to you? “One of the funniest things that happened to me was when my wife and I went to have our new car washed. We were a little upset at each other about something and while we were in the car wash we decided to make up. As I leaned over to kiss her, without me knowing I hit the button and opened the window all the way. As I turned to look out the window again the rinse (lucky it wasn’t the soap or wax) cycle hit me in the face with so much force I could couldn’t breath. I had a mouth full of water and we were both soaked. We looked at each other and started laughing. We laughed all the way home. I always wondered what it would be like if the window was left open in the car wash and now I know.”

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