FREMONT – Fremont Family YMCA announced late Thursday that David Struble will succeed Dian Christensen Hillis as Director of Aquatics at the Dillon Family YMCA Aquatics Center.
Struble will take over as Director of Aquatics on July 27, 2020, replacing Dian Christensen who will be spending more time on the Michael Phelps Foundation, Special Olympics and family.
Struble is a lifelong swimmer that attended Westside High School in Omaha, Nebraska. He swam competitively at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi and earned DII All-American status in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. Struble began his coaching career in 2008 at Swim Omaha. He has previously coached at Ralston High School, Fremont Area Swim Team, Hurricane Aquatics in Miami, Florida and was a Volunteer Assistant for the University of Miami women’s swim team.
Struble was previously an assistant coach for Fremont High School for five seasons. In 2019, he was inducted into the Nebraska Metro Swimming Hall of Fame. David rejoined the FPS coaching team when he was named head coach of the Fremont High School swim team on June 9th.
President/CEO Jerry Rinne states, “Fremont Family YMCA is very excited to welcome Mr. Struble back to our YMCA staff. The relationships that he has built with our members, staff and swim teams makes him a great choice. He will oversee all Aquatic programs including: swim team, lessons, lifeguarding, scheduling meets and classes. He will be asset to swimming in the Fremont community and the entire state of Nebraska.”