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Father Silloway is a native of New Jersey but a true son of the south, having lived in metro Atlanta for over 20 years. Sensing a call to the priesthood in his second year at the University of Georgia, Fr. Silloway became a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Atlanta and was transferred to the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. He earned there his BA in Theology and was then sent off to the Pontifical North American College in Rome, Italy. He studied at the Pontifical Gregorian University earning an STB degree, and then went on to the John Paul II Institute for Studies in Marriage and the Family at the Pontifical Lateran University, where he earned an STL degree. Fr. Silloway returned to Atlanta in 2011 and served as Parochial Vicar at the Cathedral of Christ the King before becoming Chaplain at St. Pius X.

Mr. Kelly (SPX ‘76) has been in the booth during home football games for 18 years; starting as a scoreboard operator, then assisting two previous announcers as a spotter. He was thrilled to be handed the microphone in the fall of 2003 and has loved every minute since. His love of Friday Night Lights is almost as strong as his love of St. Pius X. Mr Kelly and his wife, Trisha, have three children: Cason “Casey” (SPX ‘01), Dylan (SPX ‘04) and Emma (SPX ‘08). All three of their kids played multiple sports while attending SPX, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly never missed a game! Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are the proud grandparents to Sophia, and hope to have her help him CALL IN THE LIONS one day.

Mr. Florence is back for his ninth season in the press box at George B. Maloof Stadium. He, and his wife Kathy, are proud “ESPN’ers” (Empty St. Pius Nesters) of two grown daughters, Jill (SPX ‘08) and Jackie (SPX ‘10). Mr. Florence is a native Atlantan and a real estate agent for the Red Rabbit Team.

Mr. Heath is a proud father of two St. Pius X graduates, Hillary ’09 and Abbie ‘12. He has been married to his wife Gretchen for 27 years. He got involved with the football team when his daughter Abbie became a student athletic trainer. His love for Golden Lion football and the St. Pius X community keeps him active even after his children have graduated. This will be his 7th year working with football team and sports medicine staff.

Mr. Scheff is entering his 13th season of helping out with the statistics for the Golden Lions football program. In addition to working with St. Pius football, Mr. Scheff is the chief football statistician and basketball shot clock operator for Georgia Tech, his alma mater. He is employed as an airline consultant with Seabury Airline Planning Group and likes to unwind by riding his bicycle. Mr. Scheff and his wife, Maria, are parents of three St. Pius X graduates, Rick, Anthony and Veronika, as well as a younger son, Yegor.