by Gordon Nary
Gordon: when did you attend Benedictine College, what degrees did you earn, what was your favorite course, and why was it your favorite?
Bill: 1986-1991; BA in Social Sciences; Creative writing; it was outside my comfort zone.
Gordon: Did you play sports in college? If so which ones?
Gordon: What volunteering have you done?
Bill: I have done tons of community service helping out with the local Catholic Churches the most however as Head Football Coach we try and do at least two or three different services a season helping at Harvesters with food pantry or going to outreach programs and helping sort clothes to packing food bags for the homeless.
Gordon: When did you serve as Teacher/Coach at Arkansas City High School, what courses did you teach, what sports did you coach. and what was one of your favorite memories when you were there?
Bill: 1991-2000American Gov’t and American History Coaching Football; Basketball and Baseball Favorite memories there were the birth of my two children.
Gordon: When did you serve as Teacher/Coach at at Scott Community High School. what courses did you teach, what sports did you coach. and what was one of your favorite memories when you were there?
Bill: 2000-2007 Mainly Weights and PE Head Football and Head Baseball with Coaching Track one year. I will always cherish the way that Community supported their kids ; what a great place.
Gordon: When were you appointed Teacher/Coach at Hayden Catholic High School, what courses did you teach, what sports do you coach, and what is you favorite game that you played, and why is it your favorite?
Bill: 2007-present Taught American Gov’t one year and Weights and PE the rest ; Currently the Head Football and Head Baseball Coach. I’ve had lots of favorite games obviously winning the first State Championship in Football has a fond memory for me but the loss to Rose Hill my son’s senior year is one that I will never forget.
Gordon: Who is your favorite athlete and why is that athlete your favorite?
Bill: Brett Farve probably because of his toughness and his ability to make players around him better.
Gordon: Thank you for a great interview.