For Ronald Fowlkes, His Military and Police Career Gave Him The Tools To Translate Into His Life Coaching Young Hockey Players
Ronald Fowlkes is a businessman from St. Louis, Missouri. He works for the Fenton, Missouri tactical gear company Eagle Industries Unlimited. Ronald’s position with the company is as Business Development Manager. In this capacity, Ronald works with a large customer base that Eagle Industries maintains and he also does the training for the company’s sales representatives. Eagle Industries has been around for over 30 years now and it is an industry leader in tactical gear for the police sector, military sector and sporting sector. The reason that Ronald Fowlkes is such a perfect fit for this position is that he had a long career prior to selling tactical equipment. Ronald joined the Marines immediately after graduating high school because he was passionate about serving his country. He served in the Gulf War and was twice promoted on merit while in the Corps. After he left the Marines, Ronald Fowlkes entered the field of law enforcement. He spent a total of 13 years as a police officer. This time was spent between the St. Louis County Police Department and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
Ronald Fowlkes is also passionate about giving back to his community. In recent years he has found a great way to give back while doing something he loves. Ronald Fowlkes is the off ice trainer and equipment man for the Triple-A team of the St. Louis Blues. Hockey is a sport Ronald has been passionate about for his entire life. For Ronald Fowlkes mentoring is more than just giving back. In his work in the tactical gear field, he helps out soldiers and peacekeepers around the world. Ronald’s own military and police experiences are where he gained all of his knowledge about tactical equipment. In his equipment man role with the hockey club, Ronald loves teaching his students the importance of taking care of their gear. He stresses to them that “well-maintained equipment can sometimes be a deciding factor between winning and losing…” The truth is that in Ronald’s past experience, it could also sometimes be the difference between life and death.
Ronald loves bringing all his past experiences into his work training the hockey team. He is a hockey lover himself and loves helping to make the team’s players the fittest that they can be. This has the benefit of making them better players for their coaches. Ronald is an expert in physical training due to his time in the Marine Special Ops and the Army Parachute School. He relishes the opportunity to pass on his knowledge to the next generation of Americans. It is a nice side bonus that Ronald’s son is a member of the hockey club as well. Ronald is well known for being a devoted family man.