Jeremy King, assistant director and racquetball sensei. As such, he oversees the finances and business operations of the Institute, then goes down the hill to teach r-ball after-hours. He earned a BS in accounting from BYU–Idaho (loving Rexburg) with minors in English and political science. He loves the works of CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien and is a Lord of the Rings fan. He wishes he were more like Gandalf, but admits he is more of a Tom Bombadil (and is actually starting to embrace that idea). And yes, Tom Bombadil is a real character from LOTR. His titles at the Maxwell Institute have changed several times over the years, but the titles most important to him are disciple of Christ, husband and father. Originally from Payette, Idaho, he now lives in a small but cozy house near downtown Provo with his wife Mayra and younger children. He enjoys playing board games with his family, swimming and exploring new places. He also loves eating mole’ Poblano, and listening to his wife play the harp. A favorite quote from LOTR: “I have found that it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folks that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.” Gandalf


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