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Helping or the willingness to help does not come easy. Societies are often plagued by individuals looking for any opportunity to one up their neighbor. Nor is it common you encounter an individual who is the walking example of care and compassion. John Purcell’s life has been the embodiment of what it means to help. As the youngest of se
Helping or the willingness to help does not come easy. Societies are often plagued by individuals looking for any opportunity to one up their neighbor. Nor is it common you encounter an individual who is the walking example of care and compassion. John Purcell’s life has been the embodiment of what it means to help. As the youngest of seven, John learned firsthand what it meant to protect those who were not yet able to protect themselves.
John’s formative years would eventually land him in Nome, Alaska as part of a teaching organization designed to help students from indigenous cultures succeed academically. He embraced and elevated the teacher role by co-creating a teen center geared toward helping juveniles with alcohol related offenses re-acclimate into society. John would later receive his Master’s in Education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks publishing a book along the way to be used by the school district to help further educate students on Fairbanks' rich history.
A lifetime of teaching and helping has earned John numerous accolades which included national recognition by Parenting and Partners and Love & Logic Inc. for his coaching services. John is well studied in the field of “Language Acquisition in Young Children from a Neuro-linguistic Perspective” and has been given the opportunity to speak to fellow educators and parents on the topic.
Although John formally retired from education in 2016, he has not closed the door on his life’s calling. Relocating to the Pacific Northwest, John once again dove into his surroundings and often volunteered in the pantry of the Rose Haven Day Shelter for Women and Children, as well as, delivering meals and assisting with Section 8 housing needs for Pearl Church. John’s approach to coaching is propelled by care, as evidenced by his resume and supported by the testimonials of his clients.
When John is not coaching or volunteering, he enjoys the thrills of life with his lovely wife which include cycling, skate-skiing, hiking, reading and playing his guitar. He is the father of five, grandfather to eleven and will not hesitate to challenge you to a game of pickle ball.
(Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)