Tom Vasel

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Tom Vasel (born September 8, 1976) is a well-known podcaster and reviewer of board games.[1][2] Vasel co-hosts a long-running and popular[3] gaming podcast titled The Dice Tower.

As of August 2003, Vasel taught mathematics at the International Christian School in Uijeongbu, South Korea. He assumed the role of Pastor of Uijongbu Baptist Church, succeeding Pastor Rick Kelley in March 2007. After leaving South Korea, he worked a couple of years as a teacher in Florida, then set aside his teaching career in the fall of 2012 to dedicate his time to The Dice Tower and to his part-time position as youth pastor at South Dade Baptist Church.

The Dice Tower[edit]

Please See The Dice Tower page

The Jack Vasel Memorial Fund[edit]

Following the loss of his infant son Jack Vasel at the end of 2010, Tom Vasel established the Jack Vasel Memorial Fund, at www.jackvasel.org. The fund is a not-for-profit with a simple goal: raising and distributing funds to help gamers in their hour of need.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Banks, Dave (January 25, 2011). "You Can Help Raise Funds For The Dice Tower‘s Vasel Family". Wired. 
  2. ^ http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2011/01/30/cardboard-children-tom-vasel/
  3. ^ Conway, Stephen (2008). "Board Game Broadcasters". Knucklebones (Iola, Wisconsin: Jones Publishing) 3 (2): 26–29. ISSN 1554-3277. 

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Preceded by
Rick Kelley
Pastor of Uijongbu Baptist Church
2007
Succeeded by
incumbent