Growing up in La Pine, Oregon, Dalton was an artistic, musical kid who learned to play guitar in the seventh grade. His mother, whom he describes as “a hardworking single mom,” was a formative influence in his life, and to this day, his favorite day of the year is any day he gets to spend with her.
At Weber, Dalton is the head of the finish department. Dalton is particularly good at his job for two reasons: He works hard (a skill he learned from his mother) and he has an artistic eye, which enables him to see the most minute details in his work. He’s very proud to work for TWeber and wholeheartedly believes in what the company stands for. As a guitar player and music lover, he feels fortunate to be able to make instruments and do what he loves. When Dalton isn’t applying his skills in the Weber workshop, he can be found playing guitar or drums, singing, drawing, hanging out with friends and family, or woodworking and making things with his hands, including the electric guitar he’s currently building. He’s also an avid outdoorsman who enjoys camping, hiking and swimming.