About Quick Services
- Stay in the fight and support the warfighter
- Provide services, technology and products that contribute to the overall safety and security of the USA
- Provide sustainable and meaningful work with fair compensation for our employees
- Remain a positive and active influence in our communities
Our Values - The Essence of our Culture
Quick Services is an integrity-based small business, built upon a conservative culture of legal, moral and ethical principles. We put our people first, and through the relentless pursuit of excellence we establish and maintain true "partner" relationships with our customers by focusing on our client’s needs. We are actively involved in our communities.
QSL is a Wyoming-based DCAA-compliant company with offices and employees throughout the world. We focus on understanding the clients' needs, establishing true partner relationships and exceeding performance expectations. QSL has proven performance in rapidly recruiting, screening, hiring, deploying, and supporting top quality personnel in a wide variety of high demand skills.
QSL is able to assemble a custom designed team of experts with the right skills and experience to meet our clients specialized needs. We take pride in our QUALITY people which are our strongest assets – customer feedback and QSL’s high retention rates reflect our ability recruit and retain mission focused top-tier professionals. QSL has the operational experience, staff, and infrastructure in place and stands ready to provide a wide array of services, technology, and products for our customers.
Who We Are
Mr. Mel Wick, Managing Member
Mel Wick formed Quick Services as an integrity-based small business that is built upon a conservative culture of legal, moral and ethical principles that specializes in blending generations of business and special operations expertise to deliver best-in-class services around the world.
Mr. Bill Cronin, Managing Member
In 2003 Cronin formed Quick Services LLC (QSL), along with Mel Wick, to be a services company based upon a conservative culture of legal, moral and ethical principles that specializes in blending generations of business and special operations expertise to deliver best-in-class services around the world.
Mr. Robert Pixley, CEO
Robert “Pix” Pixley had served as QSL’s Director of Human Capital Management for four years prior to being named Chief Executive Officer in November 2016. Before being selected to “Ride for the Brand”, he was a recruiting and talent management consultant for various Fortune 500 companies in the Information Technology and Medical Device industries. Pix retired from the Army in 2003, after serving 22 years in various Airborne and Special Missions Units.
Board of Advisors
General Peter J. Schoomaker (RET)
General Peter J. Schoomaker (RET) served as the 35th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army from 2003 until his second retirement in 2007. Prior to becoming Chief of Staff of the Army, he was the Commander in Chief, U.S. Special Operations Command from 1997 to 2000. Gen. Schoomaker retired from the U.S. Army and became president of Quiet Pros, Inc. a defense consulting company. General Schoomaker is a member of the board of directors of DynCorp International Inc., CAE, Inc. and a member of the boards of several non-profit and private companies. General Schoomaker holds a B.S. in Education from the University of Wyoming and an M.A. in Management and Supervision from Central Michigan University.
Major General William F. Garrison (RET)
Major General William F. Garrison (RET) served two tours in Vietnam. Following his service in Vietnam, MG Garrison spent most of his career in special operations units, including the U.S. Army Intelligence Support Activity as the commander of its operations squadron and he has commanded at all levels including our nation’s premier Counter-Terrorism Units. MG Garrison was also the commanding officer of Operation Gothic Serpent, the military operation launched in 1993 to capture Mohamed Farrah Aidid, which ended in the first Battle of Mogadishu on October 3, 1993. He retired August 3, 1996, the day after Aidid died. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Pan American University, and a Masters of Business Administration from Sam Houston State University.