The Whidbey Tech Solutions team has worked in a wide range of I.T. roles throughout their careers.
Together we share over forty years of combined support experience that we are happy to use in assisting you.
Meet the Owners
Born at the naval hospital at NAS Whidbey, Josh has been a lifelong resident of Oak Harbor, Washington. After graduating high school, he found his passion working with technology. Josh founded Whidbey Tech Solutions knowing he wanted to provide small town customer service and he thrives from the challenges which come from working on multiple networks daily. He enjoys solving puzzles and prides himself on the ability to create personalized solutions to any business technology needs. Josh enjoys being a Managed Service Provider, since it permits him to interact with different businesses throughout the area.
As an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Oak Harbor, Josh enjoys participating in various fundraisers, some of which include; Dictionary’s for Kids, the Sunset Dinner Cruise and the Beachcomber’s Bazaar. He is also the Key Club Advisor for his Kiwanis Club and enjoys mentoring the high schoolers. Josh, along with his wife Geneva and daughter Tanzi, are energetic in their volunteer work.
Dave has been working with computers nearly his entire life, advances in technology further fueling his interest for the tech industry. He likes to keep up to date on all of the newest technology and really enjoys utilizing new ideas to help his customers. Moving from Kettle Falls, Washington to Oak Harbor in 1989, he graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 1995. Marrying his high school sweetheart Elizabeth, Dave went to college while working full time to support his family. Earning a degree in Computer Information Systems, he became the Network Administrator for New Leaf Inc. and later joined Whidbey Tech Solutions in 2014.
Dave is a dynamic member of the Sunrise Rotary Club of North Whidbey Island. He enjoys helping with community programs and events including; Food4Kids Backpack Program, The Challenge Series, Operation Decoration, and has agreed to serve on the Rotary Club’s board. His dedication to his community is only surpassed by his dedication to his wife and two daughters.