Meet the Board

Brady Chuckel




President at Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling of Southeast and Fox Valley WI



Brady is proud member of the local community and a positive voice for AYHA as well as Arrowhead High School. Off the ice he is a partner and president of Paul Davis Restoration. Brady describes himself as a high energy individual with a passion for service and quality.  As a person that has grown up in the Arrowhead community and as an Alumni of AHS hockey Brady brings a wealth on knowledge and history to the board.


Brady's Arrowhead hockey experience began in 1993 when he played for the 1st team that Arrowhead suited up. Eventually was able to play the first WIAA season that Arrowhead had a sanctioned team.


Brady is the proud father of three children and has been involved with AYHA since 2015. Brady has served as mite head coach, squirt assistant coach, squirt head coach, peewee head coach, peewee assistant coach, board director, and most recently board vice president.


When it comes to youth sports his philosophy is simple; work hard, be honest, and have a positive attitude.


Kevin Wallace




Senior Director-Capital Planning & Analysis - Brookdale Senior Living



Kevin grew up in Birmingham Michigan where he was a multi-sport athlete playing both hockey and lacrosse through the high school level.  Kevin believes it was his youth sports experience that helped shape his leadership, communication, and team building skills.  


Kevin has one son in the program and has been involved with AYHA in some capacity since 2016.  Kevin has served as mite assistant coach, mite head coach, mite co-director, squirt assistant coach, peewee head coach, board director, and board president.


In addition to hockey, Kevin has also been heavily involved with Lake Country Lacrosse and growing that program.  He as served on the Board of Directors, Director of the Boys Program,  and Head Coach for the 3/4th grade girls team in 2017 & 2018. 


Kevin believes in developing young players to be more than just athletes.  Athletics is a conduit for developing life skills such as leadership, communication, and team.

Joshua Finke




 Senior IT Architect - OptumRx



Josh grew up in West Allis Wisconsin and was a multi-sport athelete focusing on football and wrestling during his high school career.  Post high school he went on to wrestle for UW Oshkosh where he was a 4 year letter winner from 1994-1999.  After his collegiate career ended Josh started playing hockey recreationally becoming a student of the game the past 20 years.  Josh attributes much of his professional success to his years wrestling where he learned the value of setting goals, working through adversity, discipline, hard work, accountability, and team.


Josh has four children that have come through AYHA and has been involved in the association since 2013.  In that time he has served as mite director, mite assistant coach, squirt assistant & head coach, peewee assistant coach, 10U girls assistant & head coach, 12U girls assistant coach, board director & VP, and girls hockey coordinator.


Youth Sports Philosophy - 

  • Fun positive learning environment
    • Kids learn to have FUN in the development process & their results.
    • Kids are motivated by their own improvement
    • Fun does NOT mean kids goofing off within an undisciplined practice.
    • Winning is not the focus, but becomes the by-product of the development that has already occurred.


Josh believes strongly in setting expectations and measuring results.  We own both our successes and failures and adjust based on the outcomes of choices made.

Micelle Allenson




Finance Manager - Transfer Price Projects at GE Healthcare



Michelle lived in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Ohio growing up, graduating from high school in Hudson, OH.  She was on the swim team from a young age through high school.  Michelle went to Penn State University, graduating with a degree in Finance and International Business, and has an MBA from Marquette.  She has worked in various finance roles at GE Healthcare for almost 20 years.


Michelle and her husband, Luke, have a son and a daughter who play hockey for AYHA, as well as multiple other sports.  She has served as treasurer for AYHA for 2 ½ years.  In addition to serving on the board for hockey, she has been an active volunteer in her children’s other sports and school.


Michelle believes strongly that youth sports should teach kids about being a part of a team, developing a solid work ethic and having fun.  The lessons and experiences they take from playing sports will stay with them as they grow up.

Steve Adair

Director - Fundraising/Marketing



Clinical Account Manager at Sobi - North America


Bio: Steve grew up in Green Bay, WI and was a multi-sport athlete focusing on football and downhill skiing throughout high school.  He's been a life long hockey fan ever since he went to his first Badger hockey game at the age of seven.  Steve has been involved with local youth sports ever since graduating from UW Madison, by volunteering his time in many capacities to give back.  He has been coaching youth baseball and football for the past 15 years, and was a member of the Merton Athletic Association board for 9 years prior to joining the AYHA board.
Steve’s son Jack is second year Bantam goalie who is proud to be a member of the AYHA 2020-21 State Championship Bantam team.  Steve has been involved with the association since 2013, and in that time he has served as a team manager, as well as a 2 term board member.
Steve believes that youth sports, and hockey in particular, can teach our kids the value of work ethic, discipline, responsibility, teamwork and accountability.  Hockey is a great sport which gives our kids the opportunity to grow together and learn these life lessons that will go far beyond their hockey experience.

Justin Scherer

Past President



AT&T Customer Service Specialist since 2000



Justin is a lifetime member of the Lake Country community, growing up playing hockey on Nagawicka Lake with his brother at a very young age. Justin began his formal youth hockey career in 1992 with the Waukesha Warhawks and played football and hockey for Arrowhead High School from 1994-1998. As an AHS alumni, Justin brings a strong dedication to the community he grew up in, a down-to-earth demeanor that promotes hard work, honesty, fun, and a genuine love of hockey. Justin is known for always stepping in and helping when it benefits our players and our program.


Justin is the proud father of two children who have played hockey for AYHA, LCW, and AHS. He has been involved in AYHA since 2012 and has served as a coach at all levels, often for multiple teams each year. From 2017-2020, Justin served as the President of the Arrowhead Youth Hockey Association. Throughout his time as President, Justin sought to recruit new families and build hockey for all players across Region 5. Justin built collaborative relationships with our neighboring associations, Waukesha County Youth Hockey and Elmbrook Youth Hockey resulting in the development of a new girls’ youth coop, the Lake Country Warhawks. 


Justin believes passionately that the life lessons learned through hockey - work ethic, physical strength, mental strength, teamwork, and discipline - prepare our kids to achieve their goals in life and find joy in their efforts.

Marcus Novy




Vice President of Commercial Sales IFS North America



Marcus grew up in Antigo, WI playing hockey for the Antigo Youth Hockey Association. Marcus won a Peewee A State Championship prior moving onto to High School Hockey. Marcus played High School Hockey for the Antigo Red Robins, winning the Wisconsin High School State Title in 1993. Marcus was selected to play in the Chicago Showcase for Team Wisconsin prior to wrapping up his High School playing days.


Marcus played Junior Hockey for the Bismarck Express (now Bismarck Bobcats NAHL) following High School. Marcus played DIII Collegiate Hockey at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (UWEC) for the Blugolds 1994-98. Marcus received several awards while at UWEC in 1994 including the Richard G. Obrien Award (most outstanding leader), Most Dedicated Player Award, as well as the Super Six Award (post-graduate award academic and athletic leadership).


Marcus has a BA in Criminal Justice, and a Masters of Public Administration. Following his college playing days, Marcus coached Summer AAA hockey in the Appleton area as well as High School Hockey with the Neenah Rockets as Head Coach for the Junior Varsity. Marcus has coached youth hockey at the following associations, Appleton Area Youth Hockey Association, Columbus Chill Youth Hockey Association, and the Arrowhead Youth Hockey Association. Marcus served as the Mite Director for Arrowhead Youth Hockey Association for two years prior to joining MJA in 2015 as an Assistant Coach. Marcus has also served as an Assistant Coach with the NIT Team Wisconsin Junior Class for the last three years. Marcus also evaluates for the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey High Performance (HP) tryouts and Festivals.  Lastly, Marcus coaches CCM Selects for the 2006 age group.

Greg Tierney




VP FP&A and Investor Relations at Molson Coors Beverage Company



Greg grew up in the Madison area and was active in sports through high school, representing both the Varsity Football and Wrestling teams as a team captain. He coached youth football for two years while in college and has continued to be involved in youth sports through coaching and athletic association board roles since moving to the Arrowhead district in 2008. Greg and his wife Amy have three children who've all been active in youth athletics in the Arrowhead school district.

Greg graduated from UW-Madison with distinction in 1995. After graduation, Greg moved to the Milwaukee area and earned his CPA. He currently works for Molson Coors Beverage Company where he has held multiple financial and executive roles including VP of FP&A and Investor Relations, US Chief Financial Officer, US Head of Strategy & Planning, and US Corporate Controller. Greg has held numerous advisory and board positions including serving as a board member on the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company and Terrapin Brewing Company boards.

Greg has a strong passion for encouraging growth and development through youth athletics. He is a strong believer in the power of youth sports to teach critical skills including discipline, work ethic, teamwork, and leadership and believes that these skills will help children achieve success in all stages of life.


Adam Pfeiffer




Solutions Director at RoboVent



Adam grew up in Stone Bank, WI and played developmental hockey with Waukesha Youth Hockey in middle school.  The high school program at Arrowhead had just started a few years prior to Adam joining the team as a freshman for the 1995-1996 season.  Adam played all four years at Arrowhead as a goalie and enjoyed his senior year at the Mullett Center in its first year of operation. Adam had his first stint in coaching just after graduating from Arrowhead as the AYHA program started a Midget team in the 2001-2002 season.

After achieving an Associates degree in Fine Arts and Natural Sciences from UW-Waukesha, Adam transferred to UW-Milwaukee where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Economics and was able to play for the UWM Panther club hockey team for two years. While in school, Adam worked at Mullett Ice Center and at the Ozaukee Ice Center, as this was the home ice for UWM and Adam was able to give private goalie lessons to the youth from Ozaukee Youth Hockey Association.

Adam and his wife, Amanda, live in the Village of Hartland and are raising four young hockey players (Brody – 12, Coleton – 10, Delanie – 8, and Maverik – 5), who are all part of the AYHA.  Adam has been an assistant coach on all of their teams as well as a head coach for one of their teams every year since becoming a member of the association when Brody was 5 years old.  In the 2020-2021 season, while coaching the Squirt C team, the kids brought home the 3rd place trophy from the state tournament and it was one of the most fun and exciting experiences Adam has had as a coach.

Adam has a passion for the game of hockey and loves to share it with other coaches, parents and players at every level. His wife Amanda is a very passionate fan who loves the joy that this great sport brings to their family and the friends that they and their children have made over these past 7 years.  The life lessons and camaraderie that hockey teaches and the importance of such a great team sport in childhood and early adult development is the primary reason for Adam’s involvement in the association and for involving his family in this great sport.


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