Who is TRexShred?
We are Denise and Mike Chadima, the proud owners of TRexShred, a NAID AAA Certified shredding company serving Dallas-Fort Worth. Together, we have several decades of information management and privacy protection experience, and find it deeply gratifying to be able to use that experience to focus on tailored privacy protection solutions for our customers. Our core principles of honesty and integrity are reflected in our business practices and the staff we employ.
Company History and Highlights
In 1999, we founded Corporate Records Management (CRM), a full-service commercial records center and Certified Woman Owned Small Business serving a wide variety of clients in Dallas-Fort Worth. CRM’s success confirms that a small business founded with honesty, integrity, flexibility and excellent customer service at its core can thrive in a competitive marketplace. TRexShred is a natural extension of those ideals, and its existence is a testimony to our commitment to making a difference in people’s lives.
We are deeply involved in the Dallas-Fort Worth community. Married in 1999, the same year we founded CRM, we spent our honeymoon scuba diving in the Virgin Islands and have been mixing fun and work together ever since. We are the proud parents of two successful and adventurous daughters who now live and work in Dubai and Shanghai, respectively.
A longtime fitness instructor, Denise has reinvented her aerobics instruction with a hip hop exercise program called U-Jam, offered at the downtown YMCA, where she has taught noon classes for the past 20 years. She also has a passion for growing flowers and dachshunds.
Mike is a certified paraglider pilot and has flown in Colombia, Wyoming, Utah, California and Oklahoma. He is completing the restoration of a 1972 Datsun 240Z which he originally bought in high school. Highly athletic, Mike has competed in Triathlons and enjoys all kinds of outdoor activities.
Each May, we help organize the “Head for the Hills” bike rally for 1300+ riders across the beautiful rolling hills south of Dallas. An all-volunteer event, it has raised over $200,000 for important local charities, like Coats for Kids.