Liz is a member of the DePaul athletic hall of fame, having been to three Women’s College World Series as player and coach. She was co-creator of the Let’s Play for U softball camps, and she currently works with student athletes in recruiting education with the Orland Park As. She also helps operate a family business called Servicemaster by Bouck.
Liz is married and has five children; her husband is a US Marine who played college baseball. Her extended family lives within five miles of each other and remains very close.
She is a mural painter and majored in graphic design at DePaul.
“Family means supporting each other always, no matter what. Loving each other’s weaknesses and strengths, celebrating each other’s victories, and sharing in their pain. Nothing happens without the support of the team around you, whether it be family members or co-workers.”
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