Since the day Nate DeBoer was born on December 11, 1989, he has never stopped making people around him smile. He was brought into the world to Coredell and Rochelle and he has one older brother, Tim and a younger sister, Alyssa. He has two loving dogs, Monte and Shady, and one cat named Kiki.
Nate has been a very energetic student at Central Lyon taking part in wrestling, golf, football, and baseball for all four years. He is also on the member at large student council and was involved with choir for two years. Outside of school you can find him at Bethel Reformed RCYF, working for the FFA chapter, or umpiring for the middle school baseball teams. Nate not only involves himself at Central Lyon, he is also very successful at what he does. He played on the football state championship team in 2006, made it to state wrestling his sophomore and junior year, received all-conference in wrestling for three years, received all conference in golf two years, and has also been on the honor roll for two years. Nate was also voted class flirt and most talkative by his senior class.
Nate’s classes this year include government, business marketing, agricultural business, single survival, work study, and health. When Nate finds himself some free time, you can find him watching his favorite movie, Dude, Where’s my Car?, listening to Jack Johnson, eating anything and everything, or watching Sports Center. His other favorites are the color yellow and the subject health.
Nate’s future plans are to either go to Mississippi State for a degree in Pro-Golf Management or stay close to home to study for elementary education. Nate has a passion for little kids and says he loves hanging out with them. He also loves playing golf, which is why he would want to spend a day with Tiger Woods if he had the chance. He believes Tiger is the greatest golfer ever and could show him a thing or two; he also thinks he would buy him some sweet new golf apparel. In ten years, Nate hopes to have a lovely wife and six cute little kids, live on a beautiful golf course, make money, and do what he loves.
Nate says his most memorable high school moments were spent with Mr. Maxwell by just being around him. His words of wisdom to underclassmen are to be nice to teachers. Nate has a love for whatever he does, which will only entail success in the future.