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Tim LeRoy

Tim LeRoy joined the Columbus Blue Jackets as equipment manager prior to the inaugural 2000-01 season and has over 20 years of experience in professional hockey. He came to Columbus after spending six years with the Florida Panthers, most recently as the club's associate equipment manager.

The Kalamazoo, Michigan native began his career with the International Hockey League's Kalamazoo Wings as an assistant equipment manager from 1987-90. He then spent three years with the Kansas City Blades, San Jose's IHL affiliate, from 1990-93. LeRoy and his wife, Angie, and son, Kolter, reside in Westerville.


Jamie Healy

Jamie Healy has served as the assistant equipment manager for the Columbus Blue Jackets since prior to the inaugural 2000-01 season. Prior to coming to Columbus, he spent the 1999-00 season as equipment manager for the East Coast Hockey League champion Peoria Rivermen.

A native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, he has also served as the equipment manager for the Alexandria Warthogs (WPHL, 1998-99) and Kalamazoo Wings (IHL, 1993-95). His family includes wife, Darlene, and sons, Garrett, and Brendan. The family resides in New Albany.

Jason Stypinksi

Jason Stypinski joined the Blue Jackets as an equipment assistant prior to the 2005-06 season. Prior to joining the club, he served as a facilities director for the Chiller Ice Rinks and also worked Blue Jackets games as a locker room attendant for visiting teams playing at Nationwide Arena. Stypinski spent several years as an equipment manager in the ECHL, serving in that capacity for the Peoria Rivermen (2000-01), Jackson Bandits (1999-00) and Columbus Chill (1996-99).

He and his wife, Megan, are the parents of daughters, Brynnen and Hayden. The family resides in Columbus.