Gerry Spiller from Grantham, NH, USA the 2018 MEANest BEARD Worldwide Champion awarded title by MEAN BEARD Co. Exceptional beard care.
Owner of a professional moving company, who lives by the motto 'Work hard, Play Harder' and enjoys travelling, trail running, fishing, and most importantly family and friends. " My wife's grandfather inspired me to grow a beard he never did. Now I'm a second place USA national champion. It's been a great journey meeting friends from around the world. Who knew that a beard would unite us?"  - Gerry Spiller
The 2017 MEANest BEARD Worldwide Champion awarded by MEAN BEARD
"Finish Carpenter for the last 20 years.  I have a collection of classic Ford Mustangs 65, 66, 67 Coupes and a 68 Fastback.  I also have a 1971 Bronco that I am currently working on.  I compete in the occasional charity beard competition.  I was inspired by the show "Whisker Wars".  I knew I could grow an epic kick ass beard like the guys on the show, so I was bound and determined to do so!  I've been growing a full natural beard now for 3 1/2+ years, that includes the stache untrimmed & untamed." - Jamie Murphy
The 2016 MEANest BEARD Worldwide Champion awarded by MEAN BEARD
"The reason I started growing my beard is because when my Grandfather passed away I found a newspaper clipping saying he won "Best Beard" back in 1967 centennial days!  So I wanted to grow a beard and do the same.  In 2015 I won 1st place out of 13 other beards for "Beard Full Beard".  I'm MEAN about my beard!  I will never be clean shaven again!!  I am also MEAN about my Jeep, I go off-road where others can't.  My motto is:  Make your own luck!" - Jesse Elder
The 2015 MEANest BEARD Worldwide Champion awarded by MEAN BEARD

"The last time I shaved clean was 2007. The last time I cut my beard, down to an inch or less, was May 2013. I let it grow out prior to filming a short documentary I was featured in called Memory CollectorAfter that I just decided to let it keep growing. I've had the nickname "Crusty" for well over 25 years. Someone at work called me a "crusty old %#@@&%##" and it stuck. The "black thing" in my beard is a claw from an 8+ft brown bear I killed on my 51st birthday, at a distance of less than 20 paces. It was coming at my son and I when we were deer hunting".  - Tom "Crusty" Cruickshank

The 2014 MEANest BEARD Worldwide Champion awarded by MEAN BEARD