In over 30 years much has changed at Subiaco. New buildings and ideas have for sure helped mold Subiaco into what it is today. But, the knowing what is important has kept Subiaco striving to continue to do what we have always been meant to do, that is, educate young men mentally, spiritually and emotionally. Understanding what is important is what separates Subiaco from the world today; it is what will help our young men be the best they can be in their future.
I enjoy spending my free time with my family. My wife Susan and I have three children and three grandchildren. We have two sons living in Tulsa who are proud Trojans, and a daughter who presently works as a counselor at Springdale schools. I also like spending time taking care of my cattle; I choose this over golf because I do not see the sense in paying money to get frustrated.
Subiaco has allowed me to raise a family surrounded by people who not only know right from wrong, but live it. By having my family at Subiaco we have been able to meet and know so many great people, both in the monastery and beyond in parents and alums. For this we are very thankful.