Our Staff

Curt Feece - Owner/President

Curt has been a leader in the Plymouth community for the past 15 years.   He was one of the founders of Hoosier Driving Academy in 2003.  He is involved in many Economic Development and community organizations and has coached youth soccer for 17 years.  He spent 17 years as a Field Artillery Officer in the Army Reserves.  Curt, his wife Eileen, and his four children, are all  lifelong members of St. Michael Catholic Church in Plymouth.

 
Phil Scott - Owner/Instructor

Phil is a graduate of Indiana University with B.S. in Education, and holds a Master Degree from Olivet Nazarene University.  Phil served our community by working for the EMS, Fire & Police departments between 1981 & 1995.  In 1995, Phil left Emergency Services, and began his career in Education.  Phil has been teaching Driver Education since 1999 & currently teaches at Lincoln Jr. High, where he also coaches Football.  Phil is also a certified Drive Test Examiner.   Phil is married to instructor, Kim, and they have three children & are members of  St. Michael Catholic Church in Plymouth.

 

Greg Renz - Instructor

Greg earned  a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University in Business.  He is also a Certified Public Accountant.  Greg and his family are members of St. Michael Catholic Church and he is heavily involved with numerous service organizations in Marshall County, including United Way and the Marshall County Lifelong Learning Network.

 
Kim Scott - Instructor

Kim is the Library Media Clerk for both Jefferson & Webster Elementary Schools.  Kim received her Driver Education Training from Indiana State University & has taught for Bremen High School as well as Hoosier for 5 years now.  Kim is a certified State Drive Test Examiner.  Kim is married to instructor Phil, and they have three children & are members of St. Michael Catholic Church in Plymouth.

 

John Burrus - Instructor

John has been in education for 21 years. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education and Health from Grace College. He got his Driver's Education endorsement from Bethel college and later added a Social Studies degree from Indiana University. John has taught at North Miami High School since 1994. During this time, he has instructed Driver's Education in both the car and classroom. John is in his 7th year as the head boys basketball coach at Southwood High School, after coaching baseball and basketball at North Miami for over a twelve year period. He has been married to his wife Tammy for 29 years. He has three kids: Joel (25), head boys basketball coach at Lakeland Christian Academy; Alicia (22), head volleyball and JV basketball coach at Crispus Attucks; Lael (21), student and volleyball player at IU-Kokomo. John is excited about the vision of Hoosier Driving Academy and is looking forward to serving the families of Marshall County and surrounding areas. He believes that driver's education is a great way to help students start a new chapter of their lives.

 
Ryan Bales - Instructor

Ryan is a graduate of Bethel College with a degree in Physical Education, Health, and received an endorsement in Driver's Education.  He also holds a Master's Degree from Ball State University in Physical Education and Coaching.  After college, Ryan has been employed in the Noblesville School Corporation, Caston School Corporation, North Judson-San Pierre Schools, and now currently works at Plymouth High School.  He teaches Credit Recovery and is also the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Plymouth High School.  He has been a Head Boys Basketball Coach previously at Caston High School and North Judson-San Pierre High School.  Ryan has taught Driver's Education at many different places including AA Driving School in Noblesville, Penn High School, Mishawaka High School, Sheridan High School, and North Judson-San Pierre High School.  Ryan has been married to his wife Kristin approaching 10 years now.  They currently have 3 boys: Nolan (7), Mason (5), and Cameron (1).  The Bales family attends Plymouth Wesleyan Church in Plymouth, IN.

 

 

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