A high school History teacher who has lost everyone he has ever cared about in the apocalypse. I decided to be a teacher on a warm summer day in Shenandoah National park. I had hiked 900 miles and I had another 1200 miles to go in a journey from Georgia to Maine. After reaching my destination, I applied to graduate school at UofT. I wanted to make an impact on my world and I was more likely to do so as a teacher than as a stockbroker. Two years later, I started a profession that has challenged and fulfilled me for the past twenty three years. I taught at James Woods High for 5 years. I met my wife while training to be a teacher. Together, we moved to Richmond Hill – just a short distance from Toronto. I had one son, who attends Our Lady of Fatima. I enjoy bumping into students at Giant Tiger or Target. His love for the outdoors has helped him in surviving in the harsh lands by himself. He is a recluse who lives the nomad life and is caustious of all survivors he meets. He takes great pride in his garden and does his best to help those in need and live off the land.