If you could do anything besides what you do now, what would that be?
If being the manager of a professional baseball team was an option, I’d take that, which is a stretch. A more realistic job would be to work for a non-profit that makes a difference in the lives of children, such as Make a Wish, Sunshine Foundation or Alex’s Lemonade.
You do a lot of charitable work. Tell us more about that.
We sponsor four charities that help protect kids. We work with the Ben Sound Police Athletic League, the Big Brothers and Big Sisters, the Nova Network of Victim Assistance and the Sunshine Foundation. We all know families that aren’t covered and we’ve all heard the stories.
What does your charitable work mean to you?
I really enjoy the aspect of giving back, especially to these great charities. I just wish that I had more time and resources to donate because there are so many great non-profits and charities that can use more help.
What are your hobbies?
I am a 4 sports Philadelphia fan, although predominantly Eagles and Phillies. I love watching my kids play baseball and softball. I also enjoy working out.
Tell us a bit about your family.
I have been married for 20 years and we have 3 children, 17, 15 and 13 plus an English bulldog named Sully. My older son, Jack, plays baseball for his high school as well as on an AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) team and my daughter, Lauren, plays softball for her high school as well as on an AAU team and my youngest, Matt, plays on a 13U AAU team.