I have have had kids participating in the program for the last ten years. I have coached at house, select, and travel levels for the last eight years. I have served on the board as President for the last two years and look to be a part of this program for many years to come.
I have worked in a variety of fields, while holding many leadership roles in Nebraska.
Currently I own and operate Cooper’s Chase Distillery, created in 2009. It’s the first federally licensed alcohol distillery plant in Nebraska since prohibition. Cooper’s Chase products can be found in over 400 retail stores in the Midwest. In relations with Kroeger, Walmart, and multiple chain stores across the region. My education includes an electrical degree commercial and residential from Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska and business degree from Southeast Community College in Lincoln, Nebraska.
I also take interest in Nebraska real-estate, as a licensed agent in the heartland, I take part in several transactions a year. I am also a nationally licensed and bonded cattle buyer.
I am most proud of my family and marriage to Karla for 21 years. We have raised three children, Riley 18, Reese 13, and Hayden 11 and live on an acreage near West Point, NE. Some hobbies we enjoy are hockey, fishing, camping and cookouts with friends.
My youngest son Hayden has been in the Flyers program since squirts, I look forward to the opportunity to serve on the Fremont Flyers board and the families involved in the program.
I have Three kids two of them are involved in the Fremont hockey program, one is a currently a first year squirt and the other just finished his firstyear of High School Travel. While my daughter is not involved in hockey she keeps us busy playing soccer. I have helped coach with the Mite team for the last couple years and will hopefully continue to help where I can
I currently serve on the Fremont Flyers Board of Directors and work as the Director of Operations for the Sidner Ice Arena. I have two kids that play in the program and have served as a coach for the mite program for seven years. I love having the opportunity to work with kids and have enjoyed watching the program grow from barely having enough kids to play as a team to an organization with over 200 participants and teams that participate at the top of their divisions throughout the Midwest. I have been with the organization and the arena since day one and take pride in seeing the growth and development of our organization and look forward to the continued success of our program in the future.