I had the pleasure of coaching Paul Dombroski for my first three years with the New England Patriots. Paul was a Selfless, Team First player who only cared about doing whatever he could to help make the team better. I would encourage any organization to hear his message as he is an inspiration to us all. Sincerely, Dante Scarnecchia
From High School Coach and campus security guard to 2-Time Special Teams Player of the Year and NFL Pro Bowl Nominee for the New England Patriots. This 25 year Hairdresser and Salon Owner is also a 5 year Breast Cancer Warrior and Survivor, did we peak your curiosity yet? Paul showed up to a sanctioned Kansas City Chiefs try-out in his home state of Hawaii during the 1980 Pro Bowl. With 250 hopefuls, two were extended an invitation to camp, Paul was one of them. With 3 interceptions in the Pre-season, he sealed a spot on the final roster. As a highly skilled multiple position player, this afforded him the opportunity to be on the field extensively.
This 1st Team Kodak and Small College All-American was 2nd in the entire nation in interceptions. Ironically, being listed in his college football Media Guide as a Junior his entire Senior year, it appeared Paul’s football career was about to end…then the Kansas City Chiefs try-out changed everything.
As a Former 6 year NFL Veteran, Entrepreneur, Salon Owner, Hairdresser and National Platform Performing Artist for multiple companies, Paul’s diverse professional experiences position him to share the passion and commitment it takes to succeed and excel in both business and life.
Paul received his Education Degree from Linfield College in Oregon, you’ve never heard of it? Don’t worry you’re not alone. His diagnosis of breast cancer dramatically changed the trajectory of his life. He is currently the Chairman of The Advisory Committee for Advent Health Carrollwood to build a Breast Wellness Centre in Tampa where he received the Drs. Kiran and Pallavi Patel Leadership in Philanthropy Award. Married to his wife Caron of 34 years, Paul met her while he was a player and she was a cheerleader for the New England Patriots..how cliche!