He was a founding member of the minor baseball executive which restarted minor baseball in Stonewall in 1985. From 1987-92, he was the president of Stonewall Minor Baseball with participation increasing from 196 to 328 players during that time. He was a key organizer for the 1999 Pan-American Games and many Provincial and Western Canadian Championships. He was a major driving force in fund raising, acquisition of land, building diamonds and constructing facilities at Quarry Park in Stonewall. In 1999, Diamond #1 of Quarry Park was named after him. From 1996 to present, he has been Quarry Park announcer. He also coached many Interlake mosquito, beaver, bantam, midget, and high school teams from 1985 to 2000. In 1993, he coached a Bantam “A” team to a Provincial Championship, and competed at the Western Canadian Championships in Prince Albert. He was inducted into the MBA Honour Society in 1999.