Anthony Parks

KC-SE
aparks@fundraisingu.net
800-217-1962 ext 39

Anthony has been involved with athletics his entire life and understands the importance of leadership, guidance, and impact coaches and athletics can have on a young persons life. 

He was a highly successful and heavily regarded football star in high school while attending Olathe East High School in Olathe, KS. He was a Two-Time All-State recipient at Defensive Back and only player ever, at the time of his graduation in his Senior season to claim All-State Honors at three different positions, in the same year; Wide Receiver, Defensive Back, and Return Specialist. He was also a player on the hardwood, earning All-Conference in basketball his Senior season. After high school Anthony went on to play college football at Butler Community College, earning Academic All-American Honors as a Wide Receiver his Sophomore season. From there, he went to play at Oklahoma State University on a football scholarship for the Cowboys. Anthony finished out his college career playing with his Little Brother Adam at the University of Central Missouri, where they both played Wide Receiver. 

After college Anthony pursued his dreams of playing professional football by playing Arena football for 10 years. He now coaches his Baby Brother of the Parks family Alex, in football and basketball, going on six now, with his Dad Gerald and Brother Adam.

Family is very important to Anthony as he was raised by his wonderful parents Gerald and Mary, along side his Brothers Adam and Alex. He also loves the two women who have been added to his life, his Brother Adam’s wife Jennie and their Daughter Livia.

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with so many coaches and programs. To have an impact not only on the schools success with fundraising, but an impact on the kids themselves; with the life lessons they can learn by being out in their community and apply it to their futures. Because at the end of the day, you’re not only coaching athletics, you are teaching the younger generation how to be great people.”

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Anthony Parks

KC-SE
aparks@fundraisingu.net
800-217-1962 ext 39

Anthony has been involved with athletics his entire life and understands the importance of leadership, guidance, and impact coaches and athletics can have on a young persons life. 

He was a highly successful and heavily regarded football star in high school while attending Olathe East High School in Olathe, KS. He was a Two-Time All-State recipient at Defensive Back and only player ever, at the time of his graduation in his Senior season to claim All-State Honors at three different positions, in the same year; Wide Receiver, Defensive Back, and Return Specialist. He was also a player on the hardwood, earning All-Conference in basketball his Senior season. After high school Anthony went on to play college football at Butler Community College, earning Academic All-American Honors as a Wide Receiver his Sophomore season. From there, he went to play at Oklahoma State University on a football scholarship for the Cowboys. Anthony finished out his college career playing with his Little Brother Adam at the University of Central Missouri, where they both played Wide Receiver. 

After college Anthony pursued his dreams of playing professional football by playing Arena football for 10 years. He now coaches his Baby Brother of the Parks family Alex, in football and basketball, going on six now, with his Dad Gerald and Brother Adam.

Family is very important to Anthony as he was raised by his wonderful parents Gerald and Mary, along side his Brothers Adam and Alex. He also loves the two women who have been added to his life, his Brother Adam’s wife Jennie and their Daughter Livia.

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with so many coaches and programs. To have an impact not only on the schools success with fundraising, but an impact on the kids themselves; with the life lessons they can learn by being out in their community and apply it to their futures. Because at the end of the day, you’re not only coaching athletics, you are teaching the younger generation how to be great people.”

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