About Mike Blizzard

Mike is a proud native of Maryland; born in Baltimore City he will celebrate his 50th birthday in 2013. He moved to Harford County in 1973 and graduated from Bel Air High School in 1981. Mike attended Harford Community College and later graduated from Towson University. He is currently finishing his Master's degree in Sports Management at USSA. Mike is known by many throughout the local community as Coach Blizzard, having coached women's basketball at Harford Community College, as well as Havre de Grace, Harford Tech, Aberdeen, and John Carroll High School where he is currently at the helm. The Patriots won the IAAM Championship in 2012.

Currently Mike works in higher education as an Admissions Specialist at HCC and teaches Physical Education at the college as well. He was owner and founder of Iceman Entertainment, a successful Maryland business. Prior to that he worked in sales for various companies and was a sports talk show host for four years at WAMD.

One of Mike's proudest achievements is serving as President and Founder of The Shooting Santa's Foundation Inc. SSF is a charitable organization that helps families in need at Christmas time and has begun rebuilding homes for low income families who cannot afford the repairs themselves. Mike also enjoys serving as a motivational speaker delivering his "Uncommon Sense" presentation that shows high school aged youth in the metropolitan area just what life after high school will really be like. The presentation helps young people build their hopes and dreams on a firm realistic foundation.

Mike is a member of Central Christian Church, as well as a member of the Republican Club of Harford County and Maryland Right to Bear Arms. He is married to his lovely bride Kristin and the couple will celebrate their 9th anniversary in 2013. He is the father of four beautiful children; Jacqualyn, Nicole, Lindsay, and Nolan.

"I owe a debt of gratitude to the community's I have been raised in and it would be an honor to serve the folks of this county, state, and country."