When were you first introduced to tennis?
In a Phys. Ed. course at S.U. (1974).
What inspired you to continue tennis?
The ground breaking accomplishments of Arthur Ashe and the ball control of head professional, Rosemary DeHoog.
What do you do for fun (other than tennis)?
Watch a lot of DIY programs, surf the internet and enjoy the company of my close friends whenever possible.
What are some accomplishments you are most proud of?
Working 2 jobs for 25 years and counting.
Owning a house.
Winning a local Tennis Singles Championship (B Division) in the early 80's.
Winning my Elementary School Spelling Bee while in 6th grade.
Realizing my positive impact (personal and professional) over many, many years with many, many people.
30 years experience on Drumlins' staff
Mentored under Head Professional, Rosemary DeHoog
Flexible in teaching private or group lessons to players of all ages and ability levels
Emphasizes classic fundamentals
Promoter and instructor for Tennis Across America Program in club and park settings
Assistant instructor for S.U. Physical Education Courses