Jordan J Ceithaml

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Jordan J Ceithaml
Jordan J Ceithaml

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Jordan J Ceithaml

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Jordan J Ceithaml

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Yes! Attending Reunion
Residing In Boulder, CO USA
Homepage blackdiamonddesign-builders.com
Occupation My Business: Black Diamond Design-Builders
Children I have had 4 German Shepherds:

Sabre & Sasha; a sister & brother.

Sinbad son of Sasha More…& Kaya.

My last one was Maverick; passed on 3.5 years ago.
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Life's short; Make no small goals. But as Mrs. Baker taught... Know your Values!

God, Family, Country, World then Self... until you...mate and have children...

With so much to figure out in this Life, just put much on hold...


Professionally & Academically:

Became Manager at Ron's Shell in December 1982.
Earned an Associate of Science Degree from MCC in 1984.

After my father passed on in March 1983 & his father in October of 1984: I had myself appointed Administrator of my Grandfather's Estate in September of 1986. Finally closed this in 1991: This was an Education no University could provide.

Earned a Series 6 securities license in 1987.
Earned a Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjusters License in 2013.
Licensed as General Contractor.

Exploring a return to college: I aced 3 history classes at the University of Colorado in 2001, 2002 & 2003.

In order to build a custom residential construction company: I became through experience & self education: A Master Carpenter/Builder in all phases of construction.

Self educated & taught in raising & training German Shepherds!

School Story

Without a Doubt: Wrestling....

While I had much success; it taught me so much more...

Perhaps it's been reflected in the rumor & gossip circles: There is this social behavior theory called "Support". I seriously never had that from my family in wrestling, or really anything else.

My Birth Mother, Beverly Alm Ceithaml passed on when I was 3 years & 3 weeks old.

The Ceithaml's at Prairie-Grove were my father's first 4 as Jim, Jay, Jordan & Jayne. My father's adopted 2 boys Pete & Scott. Then my father's 2 girls from his second wife, Christie & Therese.

At Cary-Grove there was Jim '73; Jay & Pete '75; Jordan '78; Scott would have been '79, he left school in '77 & later earned his GED. Jayne, Christie & Terry all went to Crystal Lake Central after Crystal Lake South was opened.

As I say: His, Hers & Ours... But when you are literally not wanted by a step-mother; better cherish your father.

When no one from your family wants you to have success at anything:

You must go it alone.

And when you go it alone:

It all goes back to the Self-Discipline of Wrestling...

Each & Every Morning: The World's a Match: Game On...

Oh, and since July 4, 1992: From Colorado, USA!

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Earned my PhD in training with Maverick.
There is one Caveat with German Shepherds: Better be smarter, and thankfully you can reason with them, to a degree.
You will not find a more trustworthy and able wing man!
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Wrestling can be Difficult to Understand.
Unlike boxing where the whole intent is to knock your opponent out with a concussion, in wrestling that is illegal, for you must pin your opponent to his back while still fully conscious.
This is an extremely more difficult task and is why a boxing match can go 15 rounds, while a wrestling match must be limited to three periods.
Both are Combat Sports:
Boxing is the Jungle.
Wrestling is Civilized Combat and Extremely more Difficult.
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Posted: Oct 07, 2018 at 12:30 PM
Earned my PhD in training with Maverick.
There is one Caveat with German Shepherds: Better be smarter, and thankfully you can reason with them, to a degree.
You will not find a more trustworthy and able wing man!
Posted: Oct 07, 2018 at 12:14 PM
Posted: Oct 07, 2018 at 4:40 PM
Wrestling can be Difficult to Understand.
Unlike boxing where the whole intent is to knock your opponent out with a concussion, in wrestling that is illegal, for you must pin your opponent to his back while still fully conscious.
This is an extremely more difficult task and is why a boxing match can go 15 rounds, while a wrestling match must be limited to three periods.
Both are Combat Sports:
Boxing is the Jungle.
Wrestling is Civilized Combat and Extremely more Difficult.