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Background Information

Employment History



Bear Bryant.

Football Officials Coordinator

Securities and Exchange Commission



Assistant Football Coach and Head Track Coach

Briarwood Christian School

Chaplain for the Football Team

University of Alabama


Jeremiah Castille Foundation


Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Board Member

First Stop-Second Chance Foundation

Governing Board Member

University of Alabama All-Century Team


The Church at Brookhills


Denver Broncos



Brewton Parker College

undergraduate degree

Broadcast Communications

University of Alabama

Web References(142 Total References)

Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and Museum - Birmingham, Alabama [cached]

Jeremiah Castille, 2005

Jeremiah Castille Foundation [cached]

Jeremiah Castille
Founder, Jeremiah Castille Foundation Jeremiah, a faith centered man with a servant's heart, spends his life honoring God's call to minister to those in need. The challenges he faced growing up provides him with a platform to reach youth and pay forward God's blessings. Jeremiah's athletic talent and hard work afforded him the opportunity to play football in the NFL. He is married to Jean and they have six children. In 1990, Jean joined Jeremiah in the ministry as they answered God's calling. She ministers to couples, women and youth. Additionally, Jean shares her life and relationship with God while speaking at conferences and events. She is an avid tennis player, loves to spend time with her family and playing scrabble.

Jeremiah Castille

Youth Athletes Learn Valuable Skills from the Pros [cached]

Founder, Jeremiah Castille
It takes character," said Castille, the retired NFL great and former Alabama all-star, who now serves his alma mater as football team chaplain. Castille's camp focuses on strength, agility and character-building skills. As an added bonus, student athletes learned a valuable lesson in sportsmanship through a surprise reunion of Castille and former on-field rival, Earnest Byner-an East Carolina University alumnus and former running back for the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens. Castille and Byner faced off in the 1987 AFC Championship Game during a play that has come to be known as "The Fumble. With 1:05 left on the clock, the Broncos' Castille stripped Byner of the ball at the Broncos 2-yard line, destroying the Browns' chances of making it to the Super Bowl that year. The two former NFL legends had not seen each other in 30 years and came together in a heartfelt reunion at this weekend's camp. "It's important for us, as role models, to show these kids what sportsmanship looks like, and to show them that they can move on from even the toughest times," said Byner. "I am thankful for the opportunity to reunite with Jeremiah, and to train with these outstanding student athletes-all of whom have bright futures ahead." House of Raeford has been sponsoring the character camp since 2016. The character camp aligns with one of the core pillars of the company's nonprofit FLOCK program-youth development. "Jeremiah and his staff focus on valuable life skills, including teamwork, self-discipline and consideration of others. Jeremiah Castille assisted by former NFL and Division I athletes teaches the fundamental skills of athletics, giving participates a competitive edge in their athletic performance.

2009-2010 Bags of Hope [cached]

Founder, Jeremiah Castille
BON SECOUR - Former University of Alabama and National Football League star Jeremiah Castille presented 225 bags of school supplies to students at Swift School on Thursday. In addition to pens, pencils and paper, the ex-cornerback had two words for the elementary students, "dream big." "You talk to people that have accomplished anything worthwhile and they're going to tell you that they had a dream," Castille told the children gathered to hear him speak in the school's gym. "When I was sitting where you're sitting, I had a dream. If you want to accomplish something great with your life you have to have a dream of doing it." Castille also encouraged the youngsters to use ambition as fuel to overcome obstacles. "Education is one of the keys to your success," he said. After his brief motivational speech, Castille and members of his foundation handed out book bags as nearly 220 students lined up for high fives and autographs. Organizers said this was the second time the Jeremiah Castille Foundation has donated supplies, the first being at J.D. Davis Elementary in Castille's hometown of Columbus, Ga. Castille, who played for the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII in 1988 and under the legendary Paul "Bear" Bryant at Alabama, said the Swift presentation was the first such giveaway his organization has sponsored in Alabama.

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