Driving School Staff:
Upon graduating from St. Paul's School For Boys in Baltimore County in 1961, I went on to Mars Hill College outside of Ashville, North Carolina for four years. I introduced the PE department to lacrosse and ran an intramural program for two years. When I graduated from Mars Hill, I applied for a teaching position in Queen Anne's County and wound up in Crumpton Elementary School.
In 1966 I was transferred to Kennard and then on to Centreville Middle School. At that time Centreville Middle School was housed where the Board of Education is now. When the new Centreville Middle School was completed in 1979, I moved there and stayed there until I retired in 2005.
In 1967 I was granted permission to introduce lacrosse to Queen Anne's County High School. The only spring sports offered back then were softball and baseball. It didn't take long before there were as many parents watching lacrosse games as there were baseball. I thoroughly enjoyed my 32 years coaching lacrosse and working with the parents and the administration. I suppose it is a father's dream to be able to coach their own children and I did. They went on from Queen Anne's and were successful playing the sport in college.
For the last 10 years as a teacher at Centreville Middle School, I also taught driver's education and behind the wheel for a company in Easton. When that business failed, I started my own company in 2005 and now we have five employees.
I still enjoy working with the young people
of Queen Anne's County and now it has to do with helping them earn their driver's
license. I love what I do and I continue doing what I love - working with young
Luanne Coleman lives in Sudlersville with her
husband Reese and her two daughters Colleen and Zoe. She is a Queen Anne's County
school bus contractor who's had her own route since 1999. She drives high school
aged students for Queen Anne's County High School. Her route also includes children
who attend Centreville Middle, Kennard Elementary, and Centreville Elementary
Schools. Luanne began working for Campbell's driving school in January of 2008
after she became a Maryland certified driving instructor. Most of her time is
spent with behind the wheel instruction, but when needed, teaches classes. She
really enjoys teaching and enhancing driver skills and looks forward to seeing
you or your child behind the wheel or in the classroom.
Kathy Campbell was born on July 29, 1980 to Bob and Ann Campbell. She attended Queen Anne's County public schools and graduated from Queen Anne's County High School in 1998. Kathy attended Chesapeake College for one semester before transferring to Limestone College in South Carolina. Kathy graduated from Limestone College in May of 2003 with a degree in Psychology.
Kathy has been employed with Campbell's Driving School since December of 2007. She is a Certified Classroom Instructor and also a Certified Behind-the-Wheel Instructor. Kathy teaches the classes that are held from 6pm-9pm at Centreville Middle School and Sudlersville Middle School.
In addition to Campbell's Driving School, Kathy is also employed by Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence as the Kent and Queen Anne's Legal Advocate. She also works part time as a server at Doc's Riverside Grille in Centreville, MD. Kathy is also the President of the Sudlersville Girls Youth Lacrosse Program and enjoys coaching in her free time.
Randy Ayres graduated from Mount Saint Joseph High School of Baltimore, Maryland in May 1977. After graduation he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and attended recruit training in Parris Island, South Carolina.
Randy separated from the Marine Corps in August 1981 with an Honorable Discharge and then enrolled in Anne Arundle Community College. He then transferred to the University of Maryland, College Park and graduated with a B.A. in Law Enforcement in 1985.
In April 1987 he was employed with the Kent County Sheriff's Office in Chestertown, Maryland as Deputy Sheriff. Randy was assigned as a patrol supervisor for 20 years. He is currently assigned to the Services Division Handling Courthouse Security, Courtroom Security, and Civil Process Duties.
Randy enjoys the beach, watching professional ice hockey, and indoor rowing. Randy is a member of Kent and Queen Anne's rescue squad.
Phil Russum, a lifelong resident of Kent County, MD, lives in Chestertown with his wife, Mary Etta and their lab Axe. He is the proud father of two, Jennifer and Brad and a loving grandfather to Gabriella. Phil graduated from Kent County High School in 1973. Serving six years with the Maryland Army National Guard, he was honorably discharged in 1979. He retired from the Kent County Sheriff's Office as Captain in 2007 following thirty years of dedicated service to the community. He has been a certified behind the wheel driving and classrom instructor since 2004 and has worked with Campbell's Driving School since January 2012. In his spare time, he enjoys baseball and completing crossword puzzles. He is an active life member with the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Department and an EMT-B with the Kent & Queen Anne's Rescue Squad.