Staff: Residential Dean
Subjects, Activities, Responsibilities
Residential Life, Archery
A Little About Me:
In the year 2000, I came to Subiaco for the first time as a little kid to go to basketball camp. Unlike the other kids at camp, my father had just taken the assistant basketball and football coach here. In the summer of 2005 my dad’s opportunity for a move into the Dean of Men's position saw my family pack up and move to campus from Ozark, Arkansas.
Starting there at 11 years old, I saw how the monks lived their lives working and even more so, how they went out of their way to help people they had never met. Many of my great memories as a child are riding around the farm helping Br. Joseph and Br. Tobias with the work they did.
In the summer of 2015 I was asked what I thought about being a dean at Subiaco, and I thought that there couldn't be a better way to show the monks my gratitude to them than to work at their school helping to develop the students into young men who will leave Subiaco and lead their communities.