Noah’s eagerness to take on and learn new tasks is refreshing. He never ceases to amaze the adults in his life with his sensitivity for those hurt or ill. Noah in Hebrew means “peaceful.” If you get a chance to meet him you will see just how spot on this name is for Noah. He is truly a peacemaker.
Q. You really like helping people, tell us some ways you help others.
A. I liked collecting food for the ICM food bank and running in the Turkey Trot at school. I’m helping collect blankets this week for the AZ Mastiff Rescue. We have 27 blankets already!
Q. What are some other things you like to do for fun?
A. I mostly just want to be outside playing baseball, football, dodgeball, and riding bikes. I love camping up north and riding my quad too.
Q. Tell us about some of the sports that you play.
A. I play everything. Baseball, football, and basketball with the Ramms League. I also play golf with my dad and aunt.
Q. You got to train with the Diamondback Academy?
A. I went to a training camp during the summer in Flagstaff where some of the players on the Diamondbacks help out then a couple months later my mom got a call asking to bring me down to Salt River Fields to practice batting with a coach and they even filmed me. It was fun!
Q. What do you want to be when you grow up?
A. I want to play baseball after college when I’m 22-32 for the MLB then I want to run my papa’s company and then start my own dog rescue for Bulldogs, Boxers, and Pitbulls.
Noah is a third grader at Christ Church School.