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Herrie Pullom

Stikyard and Francis Howell High School
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Herrie Pullom is currently the Battery Caption Head for Francis Howell High School, St. Charles, MO. 
He is also an active performer, designer, assistant choreographer, and snare arranger with Stikyard, 
a rhythmically charged show of drums and percussion's.  

Herrie began his marching experience under Scott Taylor at St. Charles West High School from 1989-1992.  After high school, Herrie began teaching at St. Charles West High School from 1993-1994 as Battery Caption Head. He was also Section Leader for Royolaires under Lavelle Jones at this time. Herrie’s teaching experience expands over 13 years as Battery Caption Head for Windsor High School ’95, Lindbergh High School ’96-98, Pattonville High School ’98, Francis Howell Central High School, ’07, Voyager Intrepid Percussion Ensemble ’08-09, and McClure North ’08-09.  Herrie’s teaching also 
includes Snare Tech for Show Me Sound ’06, Voyager Intrepid Percussion Ensemble ’07, and Oakville 
High School ’09.  

Herrie’s drum corps marching experience with the Syracuse Brigadiers Drum Bugle Corps, 2000-02, 
2008, allowed him to study under percussion instructors Bob Vitti, Jason Parent, and Scott Johnson. 

Herrie’s current position with Stikyard began in 2008.  During his time with Stikyard, he has performed along side Christian Performing Artist Darlene Zschech of Hillsong at Joyce Meyers Conference with over 27,000 attendees, Bo Bice at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN, Life Worship, OK, World Outreach Church, TN, and the Drummer Boy Production at Grace Church, Maryland Heights, MO, which draws in over 20,000 attendees each performance year.  In addition, he is active drum set player for U City Family Church.  

With over 13 years of experience teaching and 24 years of performing in various ensembles, Herrie is able to bring real world experiences, as well as, his own unique creative style to his students.  Herrie continues to inspire, motivate, and put high demands on his students to become the very best they can be in both their personal and performing life while still enjoying the art.