I’m married to my beautiful high school sweetheart, Jamie. We had four boys with the specific intention of making them Camas wrestlers.
I began wrestling in 1990 after watching old videos of Tim Call winning the gold medal in the Arctic Winter Games. I later attended Evergreen High School where I was a state placer. During college I was hired as a police officer. I spent 7 years as a patrol officer before becoming a detective. Two years later I was later promoted to Police Sergeant and I now work in that capacity.
My coaching career began at Covington Middle School in Vancouver. When Union High School opened, I coached there for three years before being hired at the head wrestling coach at Heritage. After 5 years at Heritage, I was blessed with the opportunity to coach at Camas. I jumped at the opportunity to coach in the best school district in the state and in the community where I raise my kids. When Coach Vom Baur was hired at Camas and I saw the names he was bringing in as coaches, I knew that Camas Wrestling was about to do something special and I am happy to be a part of it.