Lex serves as a Pipe Sergeant. Lex has an extensive background in piping. He started piping in 1996 as a member of Feadan Or Pipe Band, and joined GKCPP&D in 2009. He is a Band Trustee.
He retired as the Associate Director of Athletics, NCAA Compliance officer, and Title IX deputy at RIT. Since 2002, Lex has been the “official” piper for RIT. The pipes and drums have been a tradition at RIT for their New Student Convocation, the “Women’s Light The Way” convocation, Commencement Convocation and Graduation ceremonies. He has played for George Tenet, Director of the CIA; Senator Charles Schumer; Anne Mulcahy, former Chairman and CEO of Xerox Corp.; Dean Kamen, inventor of the Segway; President William Clinton, and Bill Nye, the science guy, to name a few. “Playing for the Keystone Club Police Pipes and Drums has given me the opportunity to give back to those that have given their service to my country, my home and to me in so many ways, it is just a small token to say thank you for what you do and what you have done.”