Jace Brittner

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Jace Brittner

Jace has15 years of experience as a chef.  He first found his passion for cooking as a young teen then went on to extend his education in Culinary Arts. His experience includes working as a manager in high-end restaurants and being the Culinary Services Director for a large organization that owned a number of prestige places. Providing healthy food and focusing on good nutrition have always been a large passion for Jace’s.  He finds a lot of enjoyment in helping boost people’s spirits in recovery and values the long-term success in eating healthy. Jace is very blessed and humbled to be a part of the Pinnacle Recovery team.

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