Jay is a 1993 Norman high school graduate. He went to Jackson Elementary and Whittier middle school. In high school he was on the track team, on student council, involved in the media program, and was even the 1992 homecoming king. Jay attended OU, graduating from the health sciences center as a licensed physical therapist.
Husband and father
Jay and his wife, Jamie, have four children: Gibson, 14, Miles, 13, Titus, 11, and Jubilee, 8. They attend Antioch Church. Jay also coaches and helps with all of his kids’ little league sports.
Lifetime of caring
Jay has worked as a physical therapist in and around Norman for the past 22 years. He has primarily worked in home health, caring for the elderly in Norman. He is now employed by the Absentee Shawnee tribe, providing outpatient and home care therapy for the native American population in their Little Axe Health care center near Lake Thunderbird.
Jay has a passion to serve this community and loves to help those people who are not well enough, or have no one to help them leave their homes to get the care they need.