I want to welcome you to my webpage where this begins my 24th year teaching here at WCES and 32nd overall where I taught for 8 years just outside of Poughkeepsie New York.
I am originally from upstate New York and attended Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School where I lettered in Varsity Baseball, Basketball and Soccer. I attended Ithaca College where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education. I also played 4 years Varsity Baseball as well. I taught for 3 years and went on to receive my Masters Degree in 1992 from SUNY Albany. I continued my amateur baseball career by playing 16 years in the Albany Twilight League and inducted into the ATL Hall of Fame in 2000.
I decided to make the move to the Raleigh area in 1996 where I started working at WCES. I moved to Clayton in 1999 and have made this area my home. In some of my spare time, I enjoy playing golf and attending live sporting events and doing some weekend traveling. In the summer of 2012, I took a golf trip of a lifetime to St. Andrews Scotland for my 50th birthday. It was absolutely awesome. I currently have a new dog named Gracie. I am the youngest of 3 boys in our family. I have a brother that lives in Florida and one that still lives in upstate New York.