Shooting, canoeing, exploring, riding motorcycles … For the ever so amiable dog lover Dan, life without the great outdoors is no life at all. When it comes to his work, Dan loves the small, familylike atmosphere that drives Winter Architects, the company he established in 1989.
Richard Hummel – Drafter
Industrious, carefree and passionate about traveling, Richard believes satisfaction is not always the fulfillment of what you want, but rather the realization of how blessed you are for what you have. When it comes to his work, Richard loves the camaraderie that takes place when designing buildings that improve communities.
“Through God, all things are possible,” a mantra Charli lives by. Laid back and kind, she gardens with her husband while their two dogs try to “help,” spending as much time as she can with her family. Charli can also channel her inner determination to dominate in World of Warcraft!
Rick Cline – Architect, Project Manager
Extremely laid back and open-minded, Rick brings a team player attitude to every job. His favorite part of architecture — watching a project come to life, regardless of whose it is. During off hours, don’t be surprised if you see Rick driving his Corvette to a baseball game.
Dilan Johns – Project Architect
Dilan, better known as DJ, is about as easygoing as it gets. Don’t sweat the small stuff, he says. But when it comes to his work, design is in the detail. With two dogs and one very old cat, DJ loves spending time with his family and pets outdoors.
Rodger Baker – Project Architect
Aggressively taking on any project he’s on, Rodger is fiery when it comes to his respect for all things architecture. When he isn’t hard at work on his current architectural designs, you will find him employing his passion for creating new things through woodworking.
Wayne Bongartz – Project Architect
The best part about architecture for Wayne is the unique tasks that each day brings him. You can find him hard at work on the golf course, out hunting with his dog Colt or at the office. No matter what the task, if you’re going to do it, do it right … at least that’s what he tells his kids.