Support Staff

Team Doctor – Dr. Anthony Dixon

Dr. Anthony Dixon has been part of the Maroons Team for the past 6 years.  A long time resident of Chatham-Kent, Dr. Dixon divides his time between working as an Emergency Department physician and practicing Sports Medicine. Dr. Dixon has represented Canada as a physician attached to the Canadian Men’s Rugby Team both nationally and internally and even has on OMHA “Red Hat” as Trainer on a winning Chatham team. Dr. Dixon enjoys working closely with our full medical team of Chiropractors and Trainers and provides not only on ice care, but liaises with our coaches and other staff in terms of player welfare. Dr. Dixon is looking forward to the season ahead and addition to his Red Hat with another trophy!




Team Chiropractor – Dr. Frank Little

Born and raised in Chatham, Dr. Little graduated from University of Windsor and Logan College of Chiropractic in St Louis. He currently lives in Chatham with his wife and three children. Frank has been involved in Kent Minor Hockey as a coach and trainer for seven  years.





Team Chiropractor – Dr. Jeff Weiringa

Born and raised in Chatham and helped the Maroons win three straight championships from 2003-2006. Jeff resides in Chatham with wife Lauren and daughter Clara. He practices as a chiropractor with Dr. Frank Little.





Scout – Dan Entwistle

Dan played Jr. B hockey for the Thessalon Flyers in 1981-83. He was an assistant coach for the Thessalon Flyers Jr. B team when they won the NOHL Championsip in 1983-84 season. He played for the  St.Thomas Tommies while attending St. Thomas University in Fredericton NB in 1984-85. Dan also played for the Troy Sabres,in the ECHL in 1985-88 and won a Championship in 1987. Later he took a position as Head Scout for the Lambton Shores Jr. B team in 2009-12. Dan now lives in Wellesley Ont. with his wife Cathy and 2 boys Preston and Tyler.



IT/Videographer – Chris Taylor

Chris grew up in Wallaceburg and resides in Chatham. He is a graduate of St. Clair College Thames Campus. He works at 99.1 CKXS in Wallaceburg as a video producer and reporter. He is also responsible for CKXS’ Social Media and Website. Chris  is a volunteer producer with YourTV, producing programming for the Community television station and YouTube channel. He is also on the board of directors for Community Living Wallaceburg as a self-advocate. Chris has been the Chatham Maroons’ videographer for 10 years and recently is assisting Aaron Jackson on the road games. He is the IT person for the coaching staff along with the team website.



Trainer – Aaron Jackson

Aaron is thrilled to join the Chatham Maroons as their head trainer. He graduated from the University of Windsor with a degree in human kinetics in 2018. He then spent 2 years as a trainer with the Blenheim Blades before joining the Maroons. He currently lives in Chatham and is the assistant manager at Performance 360. Aaron loves the game, being able to help the players grow. He loves the opportunity help the players be their best on and off the ice.