Mike Schlund win the 2018 SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® Wisconsin Regional
Not a bad attitude for a guy who never saw himself becoming a brick mason growing up. When Schlund was in his early twenties he had friend in the masonry business and he reached out for to him a job. 16 years later he’s a master of his craft, just with a different company.
Al Kowalski, who helped start Kowalski Masonry nearly 50 years ago, couldn’t be more proud of Schlund. “He’s a great mason. He cares about his craft and is one of the best in the business. We are proud to have him.”
When Schlund isn’t busy perfecting his craft or spending time with his wife and 2-year-old daughter, he’s likely out hunting, fishing or camping. And if this masonry thing doesn’t work out for him, he has a side hustle; making 700 gallons of maple syrup a year for his company, Sugar Hill Sugar Bush.
If his maple syrup is as quality as his bricklaying, we are all in for a treat.