Gregg Warburton is a talented individual who enjoys a great number of hobbies in his free time. He likes going to spin classes, and playing golf and basketball are his favorite outdoor games. He has been playing golf, basketball, and tennis for many years. He is a fitness enthusiast, and enjoys lifting free weights. When offered a chance, he also likes to involve himself in some financial planning and day trading .
Gregg Warburton resides in Canton, MA with his wife and family. He has two daughters, one son, a Maine Coon Cat, and a Himalayan cat. In the past, he had other pets like cats, German Shepherds, snakes, tortoises, fish, and chinchilla. He is kind and generous individual who consistently donate to a great number of charities such as Salvation Army, United Way, Canton Fire, Epilepsy Foundation, and Canton Police. Gregg harbors immense affection and kindness for animals, and he often volunteers at the Norwood Shelter. He is also a committee member of Pioneers of America Organization and JH Carr Alzheimer’s Foundation.
He is an energetic and hardworking person with a huge experience that he earned while working with different aspects of his job both as an outside plant engineer and a project manager with Verizon. His experience, skills, and knowledge made him capable of performing a variety of tasks and activities. He managed vital accounts like federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Interior, The North End, Veteran's Administration, and The Boston Stock Exchange during his professional tenure at Verizon.
In 1986, Gregg Warburton of Canton, MA graduated cum laude from Stonehill College (Massachusetts) majoring in economics. After finishing his graduation, he completed an internship with the FDIC at the Washington Center. The highlight of his professional experience includes working for Verizon for over 2 decades, where he served as a Budget Manager, Project Manager, and Estimate Assignment Supervisor. During his time there, Gregg worked as an Outside Plant Engineer and his prime responsibilities were designing pole lines. This included cable ( fiber optic and copper) conduit, poles, high speed terminating multiplexors, and manholes. He specialized in basic land line equipment up to T1 through OC 192.