Meet Our Experienced Team

Our talented, master’s-level learning therapists work with our students to build strong relationships using research-supported approaches to provide world-class treatment for the individuals that we serve. They practice CBT, DBT, AAT (animal-assited therapy), Equine, sand, play, Trauma-informed, attachment, and adventure therapy. Our experienced team brings the needed learning tools to the young men and families with whom we work. We develop the educational scaffolding essential to produce thoughtful, prepared, and confident young people.

Andy Sapp, PhD

Founder, President, Owner


Dr. Andrew Sapp is the Founder of Cherry Gulch.

He has extensive experience working with children and adolescents in the fields of mental health and psychology. Dr. Sapp earned a M.A. and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. He also graduated with honors from Oregon State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology.

In the early stages of his career, Dr. Sapp was a Field Supervisor and Therapist at a therapeutic wilderness program. He also served as the the lead therapist on the adolescent unit of an inpatient psychiatric hospital, and then worked as a therapist at a group home for foster boys where he did family preservation work. He also worked as a therapist at two community mental health clinics, a community college, an elementary school, and a youth correctional facility. Andrew is a veteran and honorably served as a Naval Lieutenant stationed at a Naval Medical Center where he worked as a therapist.

Dr. Sapp has served on the Government Relations Committee for the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) and a committee that wrote best practice guidelines for small therapeutic programs, much of which was later incorporated into NATSAP’s best practice guidelines for members. He has also been honored to present at a number of national and regional conferences.

Dr. Sapp has worked with patients ranging from 4 to 80 years of age and truly understands psychology and human development. He believes that therapeutic intervention can prevent a child from jeopardizing their future. He truly believes that to reach adolescents, one’s therapeutic interventions must be supportive, creative, and engaging. He is an expert in working with adolescent boys and at using the natural environment and everyday activities to create positive change in a child’s life. He is a firm believer in the power of outdoor experiential activities, adventures, and animals to aid in the healing process. He also believes that to effect lasting change in an adolescent, a holistic (mind, body, and spirit) approach is necessary.

Cherry Gulch is arguably the best therapeutic boarding school in the world for the population of middle school boys they specialize in. Dr. Sapp and his team started the school from nothing but dirt and sage brush and Cherry Gulch is now the largest private employer in Gem County. Cherry Gulch has been honored by the Idaho Psychological Association as the “Overall most psychologically healthy workplace” in the State and by the Idaho Business Review as “One of the best places to work” in the State. Cherry Gulch has also been selected numerous times for National recognition for “Excellence in Education.” In 2011, the Idaho Business Review selected Dr. Sapp as one of the top 40 “Accomplished Under 40” professionals in the State.

Dr. Sapp has worked very hard to overcome his own undiagnosed learning disabilities. He is deeply passionate about helping boys who struggle academically because of his own personal challenges throughout his academic career. He believes that these challenges have helped him become more determined to reach his goals. By far his greatest professional accomplishment has been starting Cherry Gulch and serving the many students and families that have benefited from this life-changing program. His greatest joy is spending time with his three precious little girls and his wonderful wife, Christina.

Katie Rienstra, LCSW

Executive Director


Katie is a licensed clinician with a M.A. from Boise State University. She is the Executive Director of Cherry Gulch. She has been with CG since 2015 and has served as a therapist and Clinical Director. Previously she has worked with children, adolescents and their families in multiple settings including hospitals, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics and schools. She is a registered supervisor with the state of Idaho and enjoys providing supervision for master’s level clinicians seeking clinical licensure as well as interns working on their LSW or LMSW degrees. Her therapeutic focus is in Trauma Informed Care, Social Thinking, and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT).

Katie is an Idaho native but lived in Minnesota for 4 years to complete her undergraduate studies and participate in collegiate softball. In 2008 she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with minors in Psychology and Health Care from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. She earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Boise State University in 2009, during which time she completed an internship with Cherry Gulch. In Katie’s time away from work she enjoys activities with her husband and family in the outdoors. She actively enjoys hiking, softball, fishing and hunting.

Kahn Borge, LMSW

Licensed Therapist, Director of Operations


Kahn first joined the Cherry Gulch team in 2009, and has filled many different roles throughout the years. He received his Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boise State University and is a big Broncos fan! His decision to pursue a career serving youth came early on in college and he has never looked back. He has experience in multiple youth residential settings, but has settled at Cherry Gulch due to the effectiveness of the program and the awesome team that we have here. One of Kahn’s favorite parts of being at Cherry Gulch is keeping in touch with Alumni students and hearing about all of the incredible things they are accomplishing. When not at work, he loves to take advantage of all that Idaho has to offer with his wife and children. Dirt biking, camping, fishing, horseback riding, and hunting are regular past times. He lives in a little town of roughly 300 people, and wouldn’t have it any other way.

Victor Hernandez

Human Resources Manager


Victor joined our Cherry Gulch team in 2021. He and his family moved to Idaho from the Bay Area. After graduating with a BA in Education and Child Development from California State University, he went on to earn his credential in Elementary Education and Teaching from San Francisco State University. Victor has built a long list of service, leading a variety of programs for schools and nonprofits. He is an active board memeber of the City of Refuge Ministries.

He was then drawn to Human Resources once he saw how a healthy workplace culture affects organizations and pursed his certification to be a Professional in Human Resources. Supporting leaders and staff as they dream big for our students and our programs is easy for Victor with his contageous positivity. Victor jumped right into programming and serving our students joining them in football, foosball and Just Dance. He is currently trying to keep up with them on their Friday mountain biking outings and truly enjoys spending time with our students.

Away from Cherry Gulch, Victor enjoys spending time with his family and fermenting their own ethically sourced brand of Kombucha.

Dr. Si Steinberg, M.D.



Dr. Si Steinberg, affectionately called Dr. Si, by his patients and staff is a Double Board-Certified Child Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist. He has been working with individuals and families for over thirty years. His philosophy with regards to prescribing medications is that medicine is merely the lubricant to grease the wheels of the machinery of therapy and living fully. Rarely is medication the center or primary component of an individual’s treatment. Dr. Si strives to be as minimalistic as possible with medication interventions and encourages the resolution of underlying causes and conditions prior to jumping to conclusions about diagnoses and medication treatment regimens.

Dr. Si lives with his wife Kim and their two golden doodles Sammy and Nala. They all like to travel, hike, bike, Nordic ski, canoe, and sail. Dr. Si is also a musician and plays many instruments by ear though he trained on piano and oboe as a child.

Krista Zimmerman, LPN

Director of Admissions/Nursing Supervisor


Krista comes to Cherry Gulch following 18 years in healthcare. She has worked primarily as a nurse in the largest trauma hospital in Idaho on the Neurological and Rehabilitation floors with a specialty in brain and spinal cord injuries. She also spent some time as a physician recruiter and in an assistive living center for seniors. Krista’s priority in life has been raising her three very active sons. She is passionate about boys, their physical and emotional development, and their growth as young men.

Melissa Proctor

Marketing & Admissions


Melissa joined Cherry Gulch following 17 years of teaching. She started in alternative high school Speech and English. The majority of her teaching career was teaching Language and Reading to struggling readers in 6th grade. She served many students and families as a liason for special education, working with her team to meet IEP goals and implementing interventions and many accommodations. After a decade in 6th grade she moved to Kindergarten to support school readiness with whole-brain, play-based learning. When the oportunity to move to a position to help serve students and families in a full wrap-around program, she joined Novitas, which then led to Cherry Gulch.

Melissa and her husband, Chris, are the proud parents of 3 adopted girls. They enjoy Idaho’s amazing outdoors as much as possible with their sweet golden doodle, Willis.

Bobbi Geiger, LCPC

Clinical Director


Bobbi Geiger is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) specializing in evidence-based treatments to support children and their families in meeting their goals and improving overall quality of life. She specializes in providing therapy to children, adolescents, and their families who are presenting with a wide range of behavioral, mental health, and emotional concerns.  

Bobbi has experience working with children presenting with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, and behavioral challenges.  She works to develop the social emotional skills needed for success at school, home and in the community. 

In therapy, she works from a trauma-informed attachment and child-centered approach that combines various research-supported therapy modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy.   Bobbi integrates techniques from a variety of approaches and adjusts her counseling methods based on the client’s needs. She prides herself on creating relationships built on trust with her students and understands that real progress can only be achieved when such a relationship exists.  

She enjoys helping children become more in-touch with their emotions, increasing their ability to communicate their feelings and needs, encouraging their own self-acceptance, and empowering them to make healthy choices on how to handle difficult emotions and situations.  She has extensive training and experience in working with children who have a history of trauma and/or who have been in foster care or who have been adopted. 

Bobbi is a mother of three boys, and understands that when a child struggles, the whole family is affected.  Because of this, she is passionate about empowering parents and children in their lives. She understands that every client has a unique set of needs and works hard with each family to develop individualized care in a safe and empathetic environment that promotes health and wellness.  She believes helping is an honor, therapy is a collaborative adventure and that we all do well when we can. 

Bobbi earned her Master of Education in Counseling from North Dakota State University.  In addition, she has a Master of Nonprofit Administration from North Park University. Bobbi has received certifications in Attachment and Trauma-Focused , Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE), and is a certified trainer of the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) from the Trauma Resource Institute.  

Outside of work, Bobbi enjoys spending time with her family. In addition, she enjoys caring for the family pets, traveling, reading, gardening, and relaxing in the sun. 

Kylie Langer, LCSW

Clinical Supervisor

Recreational Therapist


Kylie received her master’s degree in Social Work with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health and Addictions from Northwest Nazarene University and her bachelor’s degree in Recreation Management and Youth Leadership with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Her passion for the outdoors, adventure and working with people led her to her career working with troubled youth over thirteen years ago. Kylie’s passion for working with troubled adolescents led her to many careers in adolescent mental and behavioral health before finding employment at Cherry Gulch including other therapeutic boarding schools, residential treatment centers, juvenile correctional facilities, psycho-social rehabilitation services and wilderness therapy. Kylie has enjoyed seven years with Cherry Gulch working as a Direct Care staff, Recreation Therapist, Character Development teacher (with her teaching certification in Psychology), Clinical Liaison and most recently as a licensed therapist.

Kylie oversees the service program at Cherry Gulch, co-directs the NATSAP research program and oversees international travel at CG. Kylie has received training in the Anasazi Foundation’s The Seven Paths as well as Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey and has co-led a number of Hero’s Journey/The Seven Paths international trips with the students and their families and worked to restructure the phase work here at Cherry Gulch to align with the Hero’s Journey cycle. She is ATTACh certified, a certified Child and Youth Care worker, a Gottman Institute Level one certified therapist, has spoken at both regional and national conferences and has worked to make CG a RULER certified school after receiving extensive training from Yale University.

Kylie is an Idaho native and enjoys spending time with her family skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, dirt biking and traveling.

Trent Gray, LCPC

Milieu Clinician


Trent has experience and passion for working with youth and adults in a variety of community and residential settings. He started his career with individuals in 1999 doing job coaching, day habilitation and group residential home provider teaching functional life-skills. Trent is a graduate of Boise State and Montana State University with a Bachelors’ degree in General Health Studies with a Psychology minor, and Masters in Vocational Rehabilitation Sciences. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Trent is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership with Behavioral Health emphasis.

He has over 15 years of clinical experience in mental health in the in-patient therapeutic setting. He has assisted various populations with addictions, traumatic injury, and cognitive and neurological issues. He is well versed in cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychotherapy practices and strategies. He has experience working with a theoretical framework and emphasis on structural family and functional solution-based therapies. Trent enjoys helping youth learn better ways to connect and implement healthier modes of thinking in order to help them create better functioning within the family, social, and community context.

Trent is a service-driven and dedicated husband and father with five children ranging from ages 10 to 17. He is a native Idahoan who has a great respect and passion for the outdoors. Trent is an Eagle Scout and has served as a scoutmaster in Idaho for 5 years. He understands the patrol method in developing teamwork and completed a leadership training Wood Badge course at Camp Morrison in McCall Idaho in 2016. He is passionate and progressive in finding new methods for helping people identify and build upon their unique strengths and characteristics. Trent is a continual life-long learner and facilitator of cognitive-behavioral counseling techniques. He uses a servant leadership philosophy that involves encouraging and strengthen peoples’ core values through serving their community, family, and friends.

Jennifer Jordan, PsyD

Program Clinician


Jennifer received both her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Fresno.  She studied psychology and business during her undergraduate at Santa Clara University.  She has 10+ years of experience working with children and adolescents, and the focus of her dissertation was on animal-assisted therapy.
Jennifer previously worked as the Head Psychologist for a private high school that was designed for students with ASD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and challenges with executive functioning skills.  She has also worked in Intensive Outpatient Programs and outpatient mental health settings.
Jennifer grew up in California and moved to Idaho with her husband and two children.  She loves DIY projects, gardening, and spending time outdoors in the sunshine.

Laura Watson, LCSW

Clinical Supervisor

Program Clinician


Laura earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a minor in communication from Boise State University where she was a part of the Young Leader’s program.  She continued her education at Walla Walla College (now University) to earn her master’s in Social Work in 2006 with a specialty in mental health. She has been a licensed social worker since 2004 and began her early career doing intensive behavioral intervention, group work, and work with cognitive disabilities in private practice.  She has worked with children, adolescents, and their families both in private practice, as well as within correctional and an educational settings. She has provided services to include CBRS, day treatment, family therapy, group work, individual therapy, and crisis intervention. From 2010-2022, Laura worked in adult corrections where she oversaw a 227 subacute mental health unit. She was responsible for developing the therapeutic milieu of the unit as well as the training and development of both correctional staff as well as clinical and support staff.  Laura has a deep passion for helping those who have not found success with other approaches and was never one to shy away from even the most difficult of cases.  She is also a registered supervisor with the state of Idaho and enjoys helping develop clinical skills in those she supervises.  Laura is a strong leader in the state of Idaho and was selected as one of the top 40 “Accomplished Under 40” professionals in the State.

Laura and her husband, Ryan, are the proud parents of two young boys.  Growing up in Idaho, Laura developed a love of the outdoors and especially enjoys anytime that can be spent on the water.  She and her family enjoy camping, fishing, and hunting.  Many nights and weekends are spent involved in sports and activities with her boy including soccer, baseball, basketball, and football.

Mary Brown

Program Clinician


Mary graduated with a master’s degree in Social Work in 2006 from Walla Walla University. She received her clinical license in 2013. She enjoyed over a decade of working with elderly populations in residential settings and then hospice. She worked closely with psychiatrists and medical doctors to advocate for her clients’ quality of life and ultimately to keep their independence if possible. Her experience in teaching and supporting her former elderly clients with roommates, sharing space throughout the day, engaging in activities, adjusting to cafeteria style food, etc., has carried over into her approach with our teens and pre-teens. Mary is passionate about advocating for her clients and teaching them to be able to appropriately advocate for themselves. Mary uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to reach her students. She has also received training in Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE). Mary builds strong relationships with her students using humor, building trust, and holding high standards for behavior expectations. She has a gift with our students who struggle with ADHD and can engage them in activities like cooking, gardening and hiking. She also has a unique adoption awareness and lense as some of her grandchildren were adopted. 

Mary has four adult children with spouses and twelve grandchildren. When she is away from Cherry Gulch, she enjoys family time with them camping, gardening, cooking or swimming.  

Darren Stout

Residential Director

Patrick Collins

Residential Coordinator

Sophia Herbert, M.Ed.

Residential Coordinator


Sophia was born and raised in beautiful Boise, ID. Following high school, she moved to Ogden, Utah to begin undergrad and participate in collegiate track & field at Weber State University. During her time at Weber State, she received a BS in Child & Family Studies with a minor in Child Development as well as a Master of Education (Family Life Emphasis). Sophia’s passion for working with youth began during her time working at a local non-profit that supported families of children that were adopted or were currently in the foster care system. Following that, she was the Director of the Child Development Center at McKay-Dee Hospital. Ogden will always have a piece of her heart, but she am thrilled to be back home and a part of Cherry Gulch!
Outside of work Sophia loves spending time outdoors, gardening, baking, and spending time with her husband Justin and her two dogs, Wrigley & Willow.

Sydel Morris, MsEd

Academic Director


Sydel joined the CG team in 2018. She has worked in education since 2000 and her prior experience includes teaching, Special Education Coordinator, Education Director, Special Education Compliance/Mentor Teacher. Sydel also started the academic program as the Principal of a non-profit day school/treatment center for students in foster care. Sydel’s strong background in program development and special education helps her guide Cherry Gulch’s curriculum to meet the unique academic needs of each student.

A native of Northern New Jersey, Sydel misses eating good bagels and Italian food. With nearly enough dogs to create her own sled team, she can be found cuddling any of her five fur-babies. Several of them have been certified therapy dogs with Intermountain Therapy Animals in Utah. She has trained them herself and enjoys seeing them interact and help students through their therapeutic process. Sydel also enjoys cooking and going on adventures with her young son, Philly.

Charla Suppe, MsEd

Academic Team


After spending the last 9 years at Boulder Creek Academy as Academic Director, SPED Director and Diretor of Business Development, Charla is excited to join Cherry Gulch and spend some time back in the classroom! “Such an amazing group of people that I get to work with! I love this industry, and this age level.”

Charla is a California native.  She graduated from Loma Linda University, attended the Reading Specialist program at St. Mary’s College in Moraga, and completed her Masters in SPED in 2016. Charla has taught every grade level in some capacity in the last 33 years she has been in education.  She has served as an Academic/SPED Director, a school Principal, and also served in Business Development.  Her favorite age level to work with is Junior High!

Charla has resided in Idaho for almost 20 years. Charla and her husband have moved from North Idaho to the Boise area and are thrilled to be near their kids again.  This is a new chapter in their lives and are looking forward to all that it has to offer.

Maggie Hodges-Mathews, MAT

History Teacher


Maggie has been with Cherry Gulch since 2009 in many different roles including Residential Manager, Academic Coordinator and now as a teacher. She fell in love with Special Education while helping the teacher at the time and decided to pursue her degree.  First stop was earning her Bachelor’s degree in History and Habilitative Instruction at Boise State University.  Along the way, she enrolled in a Master’s program for Special Education at BSU and graduated in May 2022.  She is also working on another Master’s in Behavior Analysis through the University of Arizona and enjoys working collaboratively with all departments at Cherry Gulch to ensure positive behavior supports and interventions for the students. Maggie loves being the History teacher at Cherry Gulch, sharing her passion and “nerding out” with her students about the subject.  

When not at school or studying for her own exams, Maggie goes on adventures with her husband and their two kids, David and Ella. These adventures include everything from traveling to taking walks around their neighborhood to see what their imaginations can conjure up. Maggie fills her own bucket by reading a good fiction novel or binging on reality tv. 

Shannon Frost, M.Ed.

English Teacher


Shannon joined the Cherry Gulch team in 2021. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies and a Master’s degree in Education.  Shannon has been in the educational field since 2002.  Her prior teaching experience includes teaching elementary school, middle school and high school.  She is excited to be working at Cherry Gulch where she can continue her love for teaching students who learn differently and seeing students grow personally.  

When Shannon’s not teaching, she volunteers her time through managing a nonprofit dog rescue that she started in 2018.  She also enjoys spending time outdoors, listening to music and always ends each day with a lap full of dogs.  

Dan Wilcox

Character Development & Physical Education Instructor 


Dan began working at Cherry Gulch January 2009. He started out as a direct care staff and moved into the residential Manager role.  He’s worn many hats in between and enjoys learning new things and bringing new ideas to each of them. Having mastered the therapeutic modalities, Dan is now the Character development teacher, and helps boys understand each of the pillars. Dan served in the United States Army for nineteen years.  He was an infantry team leader and served two tours in Iraq. Dan has also been a firefighter and EMT for five years. Dan currently attends Purdue University online and is pursuing a degree in Human Resources.   

Dan is a proud father to eight children and is married to his wonderful wife, Andrea. His family keeps him remarkably busy. Dan enjoys camping with his family and is an avid soccer fan. Dan coaches his kids sports teams and stays active in his community.  

Rachel Schaefer, BS

Science Teacher


Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree with a dual major in Special Education K-12 and Elementary Education K-8 from Western Governors University in 2018. She spent the next 4 years working as a Special Education, History and English teacher within the Emmett School District where she worked with students with behavioral and learning disabilities. She is returning to school next spring to continue a Master’s degree in Education. Rachel has over 10 years’ experience working with children and adults with special needs. She joined the Cherry Gulch team in July of 2022 as the Science Teacher.

Rachel was born and raised in Emmett, Idaho where she also met her husband, Jake, who is a long-time employee of Cherry Gulch. They have five children and five grandchildren. Rachel is close to her family and enjoys spending time traveling with Jake. She loves the outdoors, especially the mountains and the ocean. She enjoys art and exploring new mediums, as well as writing stories and poetry.

Sarah Mullin, M.Ed.

Teacher, All-subjects


Sarah earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Concordia University (Portland, OR) in 1992. She spent the next years in the elementary classroom and went on to earn her Master’s degree in Special Education from Boise State University in 2011. Sarah worked as an intervention specialist and Special Education teacher for the Emmett and Ontario School districts before coming to Cherry Gulch in 2017. After spending a couple of years as a history teacher, she moved to the elementary program where she taught the self-contained 5th and 6th-grade class for the last few years. Sarah has been instrumental in growing our academic programming for our youngest students at Cherry Gulch.  She currently teaches 7th grade classes as we do not have 5th or 6th graders enrolled.  

 Sarah and her husband, Kevin are parents to 6 kids. Their youngest son needed a therapeutic placement when he was 12, so Sarah is especially tender-hearted to the mothers in this process, as she remembers the difficult journey in her son’s healing. Now, Sarah and Kevin are empty nesters and enjoy spending time with their many grandchildren. They live on a small acreage where they raise their own grass-fed beef, ride horses and herd their many dogs, cats and chickens. Sarah is an arts and crafts enthusiast, is interested in Gluten-free cooking and using her Insta-pot. She and her hubby camp in their tiny teardrop trailer where they try to visit as many national monuments and parks as possible.  

Jessica Reed, BS

Mathematics Teacher


Jessica is a fresh mind in the field of education as a recent graduate from Eastern Oregon University with a Bachelor’s in Science in Multidisciplinary Studies. Jess holds endorsements in Elementary Education (K-8) and English as a Second Language. She completed her first year of teaching at a local public school during COVID and is gifted with incorporating technology in the classroom, as well as supporting learners at various levels. Jessica struggled academically as a child with reading and writing. Quickly identified as a student who needed extra help, she worked hard to overcome her academic challenges. As a teacher, Jessica uses her own school experiences to motivate her work in helping students re-engage in learning and believe in themselves. 

Nevada born, but Idaho raised, Jessica loves to spend her summer days on a boat, fishing and enjoying the beautiful lakes in Idaho. She is very close with her family and enjoys spending time with her 4 dogs. Despite struggling with reading growing up, Jess is now an avid reader who often loses track of time while reading. Her favorite series is the Tiger’s Curse. 

Brian Gray, BS

School Day Coordinator


Brian received his Bachelor’s degree in Commercial Recreation from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1993. He began his career working with several YMCA’s and Boys’ Clubs around his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi, where he discovered a passion for working with underprivileged and disaffected youth. After a detour into the world of sales and marketing, Brian reconnected with his passion for helping young people upon discovering Cherry Gulch when he moved to his new home in Star, Idaho. 

Brian was born in Jackson, Mississippi, and spent the majority of his life in and around the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Here he developed a love of sports of all kinds, but especially New Orleans Saints football. Geaux Saints! Life eventually carried Brian and his family to Belize and Mexico for almost a decade. Landing in Idaho in 2019, he enjoys being able to share these experiences with the boys of Cherry Gulch. 

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