Tim Aric begins his second year as a volunteer coach with the White House Blue Devils in 2015, after serving as a community volunteer in football for the past two decades in White House.
He lives in White House with his wife, Patti, of 21 years, and has two sons who played football. John Michael played at Beech and now lives in Myrtle Beach, and T.C. played at Portland and is now stationed in the military in Japan.
Tim will be coaching the freshman team as an assistant and helping with the offensive line. He was an assistant at White House Middle School as a volunteer for seven years, and has coached youth football in White House for 20 years.
Aric is a veteran of the United States Navy after graduating Greenbrier High School in 1988. He served for four years in the Navy and attended the National Aviation Academy in South Florida. He worked fire and rescue in the Navy as a second class petty officer, and served in the original Desert Storm on a nine-month aircraft carrier deployment in the Persian Gulf on the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67).
He is a construction foreman for Nashville Machine Elevator for the last 21 years. Tim’s brother Traye is a high school football coach and has previously worked on the White House staff for one season.
Coaching profiles written by Kris Freeman for White House Football. Find more at http://www.whitehousefootball.com