Steve graduated from CCH in 2003. He ran track and played soccer for all four years. In track, he was a four-year varsity member and the team won regional championships all four years. Steve was the track team MVP in 2001, 2002, and 2003. He was an 11-time regional champion and a state qualifier in a remarkable seven different events. He was a seven-time member of KY All-State team in five different events (100M, 200M, 4X400, 4X100, 4X800). Steve was the captain of the 2003 AAA State Runner-Up team. He finished 2nd
in the 200M Dash at the state finals, and he was also part of the school-record setting 4x200 M Relay team in 2002. Steve also played soccer for four years and was a member of the varsity 2001 regional championship team. In addition to being a team captain during his senior year, he won the team Defensive Player of the Year Award. After graduating from CCH, Steve attended Bellarmine University as a member of the track team. He transferred to the University of Louisville in his junior year and graduated in 2009 with a BA in History. Steve has worked for Enterprise Rent-a-Car for ten years, where he is now an Airport Service Center Supervisor. He and his wife, Brittany, have been married four years and live near Louisville, KY. They have two cats and they enjoy traveling, kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding and camping together. Steve still enjoys sports and physical fitness, participating in races, mini-marathons and recreational leagues. He is the proud Uncle of his niece, Charlotte, and nephew, Everett, and his family and friends continue to be a source of inspiration to him every day.
Dave graduated from CCH in 1990. He played football and ran track all four years at CCH. In football, Dave played both offense and defense and was a member of the 1987 and 1988 state champion teams. In his senior year, he was a team captain and won numerous awards including all-region on both offense and defense, MVP in the Buddy LaRosa Classic at Riverfront Stadium, and was selected to the prestigious Top 22 Coaches’ All-Star Team. Dave was also an outstanding track athlete. He finished 3rd
respectively in the state meet in 1989 and 1990 in the 800 M Run, an event he still holds the school record in with a time of 1:57.76. In addition to being named team MVP in 1990, he was also named Track Athlete of the Year in Northern Kentucky. After graduating from CCH, Dave attended Centre College and graduated in 1994 with a degree in Physics. He played football and ran track at Centre College, lettered all four years, was all-conference in both sports and was captain of the track and football teams in his senior year.Dave received a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Kentucky in 1996. He began working as a control engineer for Vickers Electronics in 1997, which was acquired by Siemens, where he worked until 2009. In 2009, Dave was hired as VP of Manufacturing at Republic Lagun CNC based in Harbor City, CA, where he worked until 2016. In 2016, Dave started his own company, McGee Automation, which rebuilds machines, writes software, and sells new equipment. Dave currently lives in Redondo Beach, California with his 13-year-old son, Nicolas. They travel to different MLB ballparks each year and eventually hope to see all of them together. He enjoys watching Nicolas play sports, skiing, biking, the beach, and spending time with his family and friends.
Eric graduated from CCH in 2005. He was an outstanding baseball and golf athlete. In baseball, during his senior year of 2005, he served as team captain, was named team MVP, NKBCA Region Player of the Year and All-Region Team, and NKAC Most Outstanding Division 1 player.His CCH career accomplishments include: .512 batting average for a season (4th all-time), 62 Hits in a season (2nd all-time), 17 doubles in a season (3rd all-time), 9 HRs in a season (9th all-time), 18 HRs for a career (4th all time.) In Golf, Eric was a member of 2003 and 2004 Varsity Regional Championship teams. After graduating from CCH, Eric attended Georgetown College where he was a four-year starter in baseball. He was named All-Conference twice and currently owns the single season doubles record. Eric graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an Emphasis in Finance. He started working at Fifth Third Bank, where he has worked for the past nine years. He is currently an Assistant Vice President and works as an Associate Relationship Manager for the bank’s Commercial Healthcare Division. He also holds an MBA from Thomas More College. Eric sits on the Eggs and Issues Committee as part of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. In addition to traveling with his wife Christine (a 2005 NDA graduate), Eric enjoys spending time at the lake, playing golf, and taking care of their two dogs Capone and Nani.
John graduated from CCH in 1988, where he was a pitcher on the varsity baseball team. His favorite memories as a player include making it to the state semi-finals in his junior year and upsetting NCC to win the regional championship in his senior year. He returned to CCH in 1998 to coach baseball under Bill Krumpelbeck. In over twenty years as a freshman/JV baseball coach, he has over 400 JV wins and five JV championships. Furthermore, he has donated countless hours working on the baseball field and made many financial contributions to the upkeep of the baseball and overall facilities on campus. Some of his favorite memories as a coach include winning the state championship in 2002, as well as winning both the JV titles and varsity regional championship on walk-off plays in 2005. As an assistant varsity coach, the baseball team has won five regional titles, has nine regional finals appearances and has a record of 343-97. John is most proud of the relationships he has made with players after they graduate, as well as the work that has been done on the field. He is also proud of the $100,000 that he has helped the baseball program raise for various autism charities. John currently works for his family business, Michels Construction, and he resides in Ft. Wright with his wife, Emily, and his son, Drew.
Sheila’s support for CCH is second to none. She began volunteering at CCH in the fall of 1987 and stayed through 1994. She then took time off as life was busy with her family, but she returned to CCH in 2000 and she continues to help to this day. Sheila has helped in many capacities, including: bingo, assisting the athletic director, serving as a football parent liaison, working the ticket gate at football games, mom prom, spaghetti dinner, parents club, boosters and other miscellaneous events. She has served under four principals, four athletic directors and over twenty Booster Presidents. Sheila is the daughter of Harold & Jean Hornbeck and is one of six children. She grew up in Covington and attended Holmes High School, where she was in the National Honor Society and a cheerleader. She married Tony Roedig, a 1969 CCH graduate, on July 24, 1982. They raised their family in Florence and recently moved to the Covington Wallace Woods area. Her five children are all CCH and NDA graduates: Nate (’91 CCH), Meghen (’01 NDA), Derek (’04 CCH), Hans (’08 CCH) and McKenzie (’11 NDA). She has seven grandchildren and currently works for Getronics as a Partner Program Specialist.