Bob was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. He currently lives in Kenner, LA, and has been there for the past 35 years. Married to his wife Arlene for 34 years, they have a set of 28 year old twins, Mitchell and Angelle. Bob went to De La Salle High School, and was on the baseball and tennis team. He graduated from LSU in 1975 with a degree in Construction Technology; he also played tennis in college.
Bob’s journey through lacrosse began in 2005; he coached at Brother Martin from 2005 to 2010. He began officiating lacrosse in 2010, and in 2019 he won the Road Warrior Award for traveling the most miles to cover LHSLL games during the regular season. He’s a multi-sport official; he officiates baseball, basketball, flag football, and he’s a certified Special Olympics Bocce Ball official. Bob’s decision to officiate lacrosse was quite simple; he wanted to help the sport and stay fit while having fun.
Currently, Bob is semi-retired; however, he’s involved with Marketing for TwinOxide Disinfectant/Sanitizer. When he’s not working or officiating, Bob enjoys fishing and hunting. He’s been involved with Boy Scouts, and is currently the Scoutmaster of Troop 261 in Metairie, LA.