|School: Roosevelt||Graduation Year: 1991|
Year Inducted: 2018
Sports Played: Volleyball, Basketball, Track and Field
High School Honors: 4 Volleyball letters, 1st Team All-PIL as a Senior.
4 Basketball letters, 2nd Team All-PIL as a Senior.
4 Track & Field letters, PIL Javelin Champion and Team MVP in both Junior and Senior years; PIL Discus Champion as a Senior; set team records in Javelin, Discus and Shot Put as a Senior.
Post High School Career: Volleyball and Basketball letters at Concordia University 1 year. Coached Freshman and JV Volleyball at Madison in 1995-96 and Sherwood from 2002-2004. Volunteer YMCA Basketball Coach from 2003-2005. Graduated from the University of Portland as a Registered Nurse; presently serving as a Nurse Manager in Hewitt, Texas.
Athletics have inspired my entire life. From a young age, I learned discipline, hard work, and team work while pursuing athletics. I was always involved in some kind of sport growing up: swimming, canoeing, running, and football. It was a way of life for me and a positive outlet for activity.
In school, I was always supported by my peers and coaches to strive to be my best. They led by example and friendship as we were a family who took care of each other. I have shared my love of sports with my own family, especially my son.
I look back on my high school years in athletics with fondness and gratitude because of the strength of our team, the family like relationship with my teammates and coaches, and the leadership skills I developed. This has resonated through my lifetime pursuits in education, career, hobbies, and family.