Steve is an avid Little League baseball fan and spends most of his spring and summer either coaching or following the road to the Little League World Series for teams from across Canada. He is a devoted father of three and husband to one. Steve began his Little League, career while doing his Masters of Applied Science degree at the University of British Columbia when after a not so long day of studies, he would drive a short distance to Jericho Park where he coached a Junior team at what was then West Point Grey Little League. Several years later when Steve had children of his own, he rekindled his coaching career starting first at Renfrew-Killarney Little League but eventually returning to his Little League Alma Mater, Trout Lake Little League. His children have long finished playing ball, but Steve continues to coach for the love of the game, to teach children to play outside and to hopefully one day make it to the Little League World Series. Steven first coached in 1991 and started with his own children in 2004. The most reward aspect of being a coach is watching children gain confidence, learning and improving. My greatest feeling is when a player I’ve coached many years ago breaks away from their group of friends to come over to say hello to me. I have been told my greatest strength as a coach is my positive attitude.