Entering his fourth year as General Manager of the Tobs and fifth year with the organization. Prior to management with Wilson Tobs, Webb was with the Edenton Steamers as the Director of Operations.
Webb worked for the Tobs as the Concession Manager from 2009-2010. Prior to this, Webb graduated from Fike High School where he excelled in baseball, swimming and academics, graduating in 2004 with honors and as a member of the National Honor Society. Webb left his hometown of Wilson to attend NC State University where he majored in Sport Management. Webb earned his Bachelor of Science degree in 2011.
After receiving his college degree, Webb has returned to his hometown to keep expanding the tradition and community influence of the Tobs franchise. Webb is dedicated and ready to bring his experiences to Historic Fleming Stadium each season.
Thomas is the son of Lisa and Michael Webb who reside in Wilson. Webb is also the older brother of Josh Webb and is engaged to Katherine Thompson of Wilson. Contact Thomas Webb at (252)291-8627.
Entering his third season as Tobs President, Greg Suire has also served for the last 12 seasons as the president of fellow CPL member, the High Point-Thomasville HiToms.
A 12 year veteran of Ford Motor Credit Company, Suire launched his career in baseball at Louisiana State University where he served as a seven-year camp counselor and director under legendary LSU head coach Skip Bertman. Following his time with the Skip Bertman Baseball camp, Suire moved to fellow SEC member South Carolina where he served as a graduate assistant in 1996.
Following a two year stint as an assistant coach at Ooltewah High School in Chattanooga, TN. Suire assumed the position of associate head coach at Ooltewah in 1999 and led the Owls to their first district championship in 20 years. Transferred to Greensboro with Ford Credit in 1999, Suire purchased the HiToms in the spring of 2000 before the Tommies second Coastal Plain League season. Overseeing seven, Western division titles, three CPL championships and one Area III American Legion title, the efforts of Suire have also helped over 82 former HiToms and Post 87 players be selected in the Major League Baseball amateur draft.
A native of Baton Rouge, LA, Suire was a three-year starter at Loyola University-New Orleans where he also served as team captain. Inducted into the Loyola Sports Hall of Fame in 1997, Suire earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Jesuit University in 1992 and earned his Master of Educational Administration degree from the University of South Carolina in 1994.
Married to Heather Holland of Caldwell, NJ, Suire and his wife reside in Greensboro with their three daughters: Hope, Ella and Mary Kennedy. Contact Greg at (252)291-8627.
Craig B. Daniel is enjoying his second season with the Wilson Tobs. He is proud to help grow excitement for baseball throughout the Wilson area and would love to hear how the Tobs can help make your special events even better. A North Carolina native, Craig grew up in Durham, NC, and has been working in sports marketing since 2010.
Chris Edwards is in his first season as the director of Media Relations/Broadcaster for the Tobs. Last season, he was named the inaugural winner of the CPL broadcaster of the year award will be behind the microphone for the entire 2012 season and handle all aspects of the multimedia platform that the Tobs will offer this season.
Edwards, just completed his sixth season as the “Voice of the Garner Trojans”, calling football, basketball and baseball games for Garner (N.C.) Magnet High School. Additionally, he spent the summer of 2010 working on the Carolina Mudcats Radio Network adding color analysis and play-by-play for the Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds.