2010 Hall of Fame Inductee
Bob came to Landmark School in 1989 from West Virginia to teach and, of course, coach. During his first two years at Landmark, Bob learned about the school’s athletic program while heading up the girls varsity basketball team. In 1991, he took over the boys varsity basketball team, a position he would go on to completely dedicate himself to each winter.
For 14 years, Bob put everything he had into coaching basketball at Landmark, and his players knew it and admired him for it. During the winter of 1998–1999 Bob guided his boys to Landmark’s only EIL basketball championship season, as they finished the season as co-champions with the Bancroft School. Bob was honored by the EIL in 1997 and 1999 as the league's most outstanding coach.
In 1995, Bob was hired as Landmark’s third official athletic director. Bob guided a period of athletic growth at Landmark as he established a continuity and structure to the program. He oversaw the creation of the sub-varsity program, enabling all students to gain valuable athletic experiences.