JH Schroeder


Mr. Schroeder brings a wealth of experience to Adaptalife, having been involved in not only the sales, but also the key leadership roles of various entrepreneurial and business activities. Some of Mr. Schroeder's experience include owning Loup Valley Cookware, serving as president and national sales director for Rainbow Marketing, chairman of the board for Today's Country Store, Inc., and president of Mega-Tek Systems Inc. In addition, Mr. Schroeder has served as special assistant to the president in charge of the endowment and fundraising program at Platte Valley Bible College, a district representative for the National Federation of Independent Business and also as a marketing representative for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Schroeder is also active in the political process. He is chair of the Elbert County Republican Central Committee, a member of the Colorado Republican Party State Central Committee and a delegate to the Colorado 6th Congressional District. Mr. Schroeder studied Pastoral Studies at Nebraska Christian College and has served as senior minister at several churches across Nebraska and Colorado, and also has been a trustee and evangelist with the Restoration Evangelizing Trust since 1971, a role that he continues to serve in today.

He and his wife Marlys have 4 children and 3 grandchildren.

Dallas Schroeder

Vice President of Marketing

Mr. Schroeder graduated from Milligan College in 1995 with double major in business and history. His business studies included courses in accounting, economics, corporate finance, marketing and computer applications.

Self-employed as an associate with Advantage Marketing Systems since 1994, Mr. Schroeder expanded his business to become a platinum director, the highest level available. Mr. Schroeder was also selected to serve as a specialized trainer for AMS, conducting training sessions throughout the mid-west and eastern states, educating distributors in business operations, marketing, and management.

Mr. Schroeder has also been involved in leadership for many church activities as well, serving as a Bible Bowl sponsor, and deacon at the Lone Oak Christian Church in Johnson City Tennessee. He is married to Rebecca with 3 children.