"I am a late developer as they say. I went to my first Killie game in 1988 at the grand old age of 22. Having been born on the Isle of Arran I had very little exposure to live football as I grew up. Clearly the glamour of an away game at Queens park turned my head. There have been many changes to football since then and very few have been good for fans.
Community ownership has always been an objective of the Killie Trust and now it is more important than ever. I have served as a director on the Trust since 2003 and spent a number of years as company secretary. I work as an IT manager in the NHS and I live in Kilmarnock. You can find me at most home matches in the Frank Beattie Stand Block 22 Row F Seat 151."