Armand Tatum – Offensive Line Coach, Director of Football Operations
Coach Tatum is a 1994 graduate of Walnut Hills High School. While at Walnut, he was a three-year varsity player, Queen City City Conference All-Star and voted to the East/West All-Star Game. This will be Coach Tatum’s thirteenth year coaching football and his eleventh year here at Walnut Hills. He started his Walnut coaching career as Head Junior High Coach for four years. After that he was the Head Freshman Coach for two years and has been the Varsity Offensive Line Coach for the last three seasons.
Prior to coming home, Coach Tatum was the Varsity Offensive Line Coach and Junior Varsity Defensive Coordinator at Mifflin High School in Columbus Ohio. While coaching at Mifflin he volunteered with the Christian Youth Athletic Association (CYAA Saints Football).
Coach Tatum currently works at Walnut Hills High School as the Academic Advisor for Student-Athletes. He holds Business and Biblical Studies degrees from Indiana Wesleyan University. He volunteers as the club advisor for Walnut Hills’ chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and has recently accepted an invitation to serve with FCA as Cincinnati Camp & Activities Director.
He currently resides in College Hill with his wife Dee and youngest daughter Arielle with his oldest daughter Catreece away at Wilmington College studying Social Work.