Where I'm From
I am originally from the State of New York, specifically Irving, New York, which is about 30 - 40 miles south of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. I am Native American and a part of the Seneca Tribe within the Iroquois Confederacy. I was raised on the Cattaraugus Indian Territory and my family moved several times to Utah during my adolescent years. I currently reside in Heber, Utah, and moved during the 2012-2013 school year. Before the move, we resided in Provo, Utah, where we lived for 11 years.
I graduated from Silver Creek Central School, located in Silver Creek, New York. I later moved to Utah and attended Utah Valley University (UVU) to obtain my Bachelor degree in Secondary Education and graduated in April of 2011.
I coached football for 29 years before retiring in 2018. I volunteered my time for 22 of those years. My longest stay was with the Timpview Freshman program where I coached for 14 years. I later coached at Timpanogos H.S. and then Wasatch High.
I love to travel via cruise ships and also love to visit Mickey Mouse about every other year. I use my kids as an excuse to do this but I think I love it more than they do (and they really LOVE it).
I am married and have four children ranging from the ages of fifteen to nine. I have three daughters and one son. We love to vacation together and enjoy getting together with extended family as often as possible.