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Salesianum High School
Owners Tina and Kevin Conley have both been running for a combined total of over 56 years now.
Tina and Kevin are the husband & wife owners who were both born, raised, and educated in Delaware. Kevin went to Salesianum High School where he ran on 4 consecutive State Champion Cross Country teams. They both have their master Degrees from Wilmington College. Kevin has coached cross country and track at the high school level. Kevin is a member of the Delaware Army National Guard. Tina and Kevin, along with their children, are members of the Middletown Athletic Club. Kevin Conley - Co-Owner Kevin has been running for 28 years. He has extensive experience working with athletes of all ability levels throughout his 20 years coaching track and field and cross country. He has coached every event in Delaware and has excelled in coaching the pole vault, have coached numerous state champs and record holders.
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30 March 2009 No Comment View all Articles by: kevin conley closeAuthor: kevin conley Name: Tina & Kevin Conley
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Sophomore business major Kevin Conley said, "It was a 180-degree change from being in a combat zone in July to being in a college dorm in August."
Conley, who is currently serving in the Army National Guard, is grateful that Fields is now working at FSU. "Last year was a bit more difficult to manage my benefits and provide everything I needed to the school and VA by myself. This year, Kevin has helped me out with everything. He is a great asset to the student veterans at this university." In addition to mentoring, advising and counseling, Fields has also been working closely with Osborne to reactivate the Veterans Association on campus. "It's nice to have that core and community of veterans to have for support," said Conley.
Kevin Conley, a freshman criminology major, came to FSU as a veteran of the Army National Guard.
"I was in the infantry in Afghanistan from August 2010 to August 2011," he said. "I still have to go to drills once a month, but the school stuff is free. "I don't feel like I've missed out on anything, either. I spent three years in the army, and now I have better life experiences," he said. Conley added that the services offered by the FSU Student Veterans' Association have been an asset. He said the student veterans who work the desk will "help with anything. The paperwork for the GI Bill is a big pain, but they help out." Being in the military gives the veterans more experience to be ready at any moment's notice. Conley said he has been trained in lifesaving tactics and has his basic EMT certification. He hopes to graduate from FSU in 2015, pending no active calls from the military, and eventually work for the DEA. According to Conley, having the time off from school provided them with growing experiences and opportunities. By going to school now, they have improved their options for the job market, she said.
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