Jake Bustillo Death – KEAR Civil Corporation Project Engineer Jake Bustillo has sadly passed away. He died leaving family, friends and colleagues in shock. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook publication made on Tuesday 5th December 2023 that says “This night was a friendly and special night for me. I met some folks up here in KC that showed me and Christopher Huddleston a real good time. Jake Bustillo my friend….Rest Eazy Brother. I pray for Nik Bustillo and his family”. The cause of Jake Bustillo’s death has not been revealed.
Jake Bustillo Education
In 2004, he graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Subsequently, he continued his education at Benedictine College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Management, General in 2008. Following that, he became a member of the Waddell & Reed team in Kansas City, Missouri, where he worked as a Mutual Fund Specialist for a period of three years, beginning in May 2010 and ending in April 2013, supervising the Financial Accounts of shareholders. At the same time, he was employed with Farmers Insurance as a Claims Adjuster throughout the same time period.
As a consequence of this, he held the position of Field Engineer at SAK Construction, LLC for a period of three years and seven months, beginning in April 2013 and ending in October 2016, during which time he was responsible for overseeing the operation and maintenance of sub-terrain robots. Beginning in October 2016 and continuing until November 2020, he continued his professional adventure by working as a Project Engineer with Kissick Construction Company, Inc. for a period of four years and two months at the time.
Jake Bustillo Career
In the following year, beginning in November 2020 and ending in October 2021, he was employed by Genesis Environmental Solutions, Inc. in Blue Springs, Missouri, in the capacity of Project Manager for a period of one year. After that, he was promoted to the position of Senior Project Manager at Rodriguez Mechanical Contractor, where he worked for a period of nine months, beginning in October 2021 and ending in June 2022.
Immediately after this, he accepted a position as a Project Manager with Gallagher Construction Services in Grapevine, Texas, for a period of six months, beginning in June 2022 and ending in November 2022. Following that, he continued his professional adventure by working as a Project Engineer with KEAR Civil Corporation, which is situated in Topeka, Kansas.