R. B. Hudson STEAM Academy

R. B. Hudson Teacher of The Year

Kendrick Office

Photo of Anne williamson  Kendrick Office, grew up in the Little Walker community, in Choctaw County,
Alabama. Office attended the University of West Alabama where he split his time between his education, the football field, and the basketball court.  During his sophomore year, Kendrick decided to devote his full attention to the gridiron.  His decision paid off, as he was selected to the Gulf South All-Conference team, each of his four years and became the school’s first representative invited to play in the national Blue-Gray Football Classic. Office played defensive end for the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. One of his personal bests, included a 3-sack performance against the New England Patriots and super bowl champ, Tom Brady. In 2006, Kendrick won an Arena League championship with the San Jose Sabrecats, again making history as the league’s first player to ever make his debut and start in a playoff contest. In 2012, Kendrick graduated with a Bachelor of Science, in Physical Education from the University of West Alabama. In 2017, Kendrick was inducted into the University of West Alabama’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He began his teaching career with the Sumter County Board of Education and is now employed with Selma City school system.  Kendrick and his wife LaToshia reside in York, Al. 
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