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Robert J (Bob) Veroulis                   To Support Bob's Ministry click here.

Bob is a native Montanan who was raised in Helena, Montana.  A thirty year career in the golf business allowed Bob to live in Bigfork, Missoula and Southern California.  In 2009, Bob and his wife Debbie felt a call to come back home to Montana.  After much prayer and research Bob was led to move back to Helena to help restart the FCA Huddle programs in Western Montana.  

While fundraising in early 2011 to come on staff, Bob was asked to operate Wilderness Golf Club in Eureka, Montana for the 2011 and 2012 golf seasons.  As fundraising gained momentum Bob was asked to come on staff with FCA full time as the FCA State Director.  

Bob's contacts, travels and much prayer has seen FCA grow from 6 certified school Huddles to over 25 in the past 2 years, with growth targeted to be over 40 by the end of the 2015 school season.

Bob was recently certified to be a 3 Dimensional Coach Presenter.  Bob's passion as a teacher is fully accessed with the 3D Coaching program, teaching coaches how to coach.

Bob, and wife Debbie have been married for over 30 years and have three wonderful children, Paull, Maggie and son-in-law Tyler Kirk.  Granddaughters Landrie Grace (3) and Lilly Francis (1) consume much of their free time.  Thirteen day rule is in effect.  They are never more than 13 days from seeing the girls. 

Bob's Contact Information:

bveroulis@fca.org

526 Stadler Road

Helena, Montana  59602

760-835-6993

 

 

Rory Christiaens 

Western Montana Director and University of Montana Campus 

Rory comes to FCA with over 20 years of experience as a Player, Coach, Teacher and Athletic Director.  A native of Montana, Rory is a graduate of the University of Montana.

Rory's role has greatly expanded since coming on in 2014 as a non paid Character Coach for the University of Montana Football Team.

In the past Rory has led a Bible Study for the players and coaches each week along with counseling players regarding their actions on and off the field along with providing counseling to individual players and coaches. His expanding role has him overseeing FCA activities in all of Western Montana along with his role at the University of Montana.

Rory and his wife of over 20 years Beckie, are the parents of three boys; Kalen, Trey and Seth.

A move to Bigfork, Montana this summer will allow Rory to build relationships and expand FCA's reach in Northwest Montana.

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Rory's Contact Information:

rchristiaens@fca.org

406-552-3258

 

 

Coach Mick Delaney-

     Coach Delaney has had extensive coaching experience. He was the assistant head coach at Montana State University from 1976–1980, head coach and athletic director at the University of Montana Western from 1991–1992, and running backs coach at Colorado State University from 1993 until 2007. Coach Delany’s final 3 years were spent as the Head Coach of the Montana Grizzlies, He led them to two playoff appearances in 2013 and 2014. 

     With his  50 years of coaching, it has allowed him to build relationships with coaches throughout the state.  His desire is to give back to the coaching community has fueled his passion to bring the 3D Coaching program to the coaches on middle school, high school and college campuses.  He sees the need to influence the current coaches and future coaches to live a life that honors God.

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Colin age 24, was born and raised in California before he attended Idaho State University as an offensive lineman (‘12-‘15). Due to injuries he was medically retired, from there he had the opportunity to gain two years of experience as the Associate Director of Football Operations. During this period Colin fell in love with all that the northwest has to offer including fly-fishing, skiing, and backpacking. After a period in the Financial Services industry he felt God leading him to join the Montana FCA Staff. He was heavily involved with FCA throughout his collegiate career and considers FCA camp the highlight of his year each year. At FCA camp he was able to grow closer to God and build community with other college athletes while mentoring middle school and high school athletes.

Colin’s role is working with student athletes on the University of Montana campus, establishing and maintaining relationships with coaches in Missoula and the Bitterroot area, and forming and assisting current Huddles in South West Montana.