David Maxwell is in his third season as Team Services Manager for the Houston Aeros. His history with the organization dates back to September of 2008 when he was hired as Special Assistant to the Head Coach. In his first position with the Aeros, Maxwell assisted the coaching staff in compiling, entering and manipulating both team and individual stats to optimize matchups and situations. In 2010 Maxwell was elevated to the position of Team Services Manager. In his role as Team Services Manager, he handles all aspects of team travel, housing, and also assists players with settling into the Houston Community. Prior to Hockey Maxwell worked as a Financial Analyst for General Dynamics focusing on connectivity upgrades of US Navy and Air Force bases. He has also worked in logistics positions for Hertz and Delta Airlines. Maxwell also finds time to serve his community as a High School and College football official. He is completing his fourteenth season at the HS level and fifth at the College level. In addition he also serves as the President of the Association of Water Board Directors of Texas. Maxwell attended both Bryant College and the University of Texas. He currently commutes from San Antonio where he lives with his wife (Johnna) and two large dogs.
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