Coach Alan DeRitter to speak Wednesday at Life Resources Bottom Line Luncheon

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He has been an outstanding soccer coach for nearly three decades, teaching young men the sport.

More importantly, Alan DeRitter has shared his faith in Christ through his teaching religion at every school he has worked at over an extended period of time.

Alan DeRitterThat includes at Brother Martin, St. Martin’s Episcopal, Archbishop Shaw and now De La Salle, where he has served as head soccer coach since 2013 and also assists as a special teams coach for the Cavalier football team.

At Brother Martin, DeRitter guided the Crusaders to a state championship in 2000 and he was the LHSSCA Coach of the Year. His team repeated as state champion in 2001.

DeRitter also serves as the Director of Coaching for Soccer Innovations of America, a position he has held since 2004.

Over an extended period of time, DeRitter has taken teams he has coached to brought teams to Portsmouth, England, Como, Italy, Wels, Austria, Hjorring, Denmark and Berlin, Germany.

Come hear an inspiring message from Coach Alan DeRitter of De La Salle High School at the weekly Life Resources Bottom Line Luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 4 at noon at Piccadilly Cafeteria, 2222 Clearview Parkway in Metairie.

All are welcome to attend.

For more information, contact Ken Trahan at (504) 471-2192 or Barry Haindel at (504) 450-8198.

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