Larry Wheeler has all the answers when it comes to technology questions. As Sleeping Baby’s Chief Technology Officer, he manages the website, helps troubleshoot and comes up with innovative ideas to help grow the company.
He started coding at the age of six when his desire to change the color of the frog in his Frogger video game inspired him to discover what made the game run. Needless to say, his passion for solving puzzles and finding solutions, drives him to do some pretty great things for SleepingBaby.com!
"I have had the opportunity to work with a lot of developers, and there is nobody more talented than Larry Wheeler. NOBODY! Larry has been one of the biggest blessings to Sleeping Baby. I am proud to say that I get to work shoulder to shoulder with such an amazing talent in his field!” Brett Parker explains.
Wheeler has been working at Sleeping Baby for one year and loves interacting with the rest of the Sleeping Baby team.
Wheeler brings a special perspective, “I came from a poverty stricken home in Texas with little opportunity in the town I lived. Being one of 6 children made it tough but gave me the fortitude to overcome many stressful events throughout life. I am thankful for the trials and tribulations handed my way for those have shaped my character.”
It is this that makes Larry invaluable to Sleeping Baby. “Larry is an AMAZINGLY bright star on our team! He has carried us to the next level of our business with his incredible talent as a coder and his IT genius! As an online business, having Larry as the IT brains behind everything has been a God send. We couldn't do it without him!” says Stephanie Parker.
Wheeler lives with his wife Robyn, his six cats and two dogs.
In his free time, he likes to work on his home and truck. Wheeler would love to compete in the King of the Hammers off road race.
Written by Jennifer Lindquist
Jennifer Lindquist graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead MN in 2005 in business and French. She currently acts a Social Media Coordinator for Sleeping Baby. She is also a photojournalist and has been featured on the Army News Service, Fort Sill Cannoneer, Fort Gordon Signal and Fort Huachuca Scout. She currently lives in New York with her husband and daughter.
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