Creighton Kaiser

DU Migration Field Editor: Syracuse, Indiana
Years with DU: 6
Years waterfowl hunting: 12
Favorite waterfowl species: Wood Duck
Preferred hunting style: Small marshes from small, one-man marsh boats
Waterfowling gun: Remington 870
About Creighton: Creighton Kaiser was born and raised in northern Indiana in the small town of Syracuse. He began waterfowl hunting in middle school with a childhood friend, Ryan Christner, and they quickly became addicted to waterfowl and waterfowl hunting. Without any hunters in their families, he and Ryan had to learn how to hunt ducks by "trial and error." Over the years they have been able to become more and more sucessful at hunting waterfowl and get the most joy from introducing new people to the great sport of waterfowl hunting. 
Creighton attended Purdue University where he obtained a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. He also served as the Purdue DU treasurer for 2 years, then as the Purdue DU Chairman for 2 years. During his time as chairman, Purdue DU rose to 5th in the nation among collegiate chapters and obtained the Gold Presidential Citation award in 2010. He is now co-chairman of the Wawasee DU chapter in Syracuse, Indiana. When not chasing waterfowl, Creighton also enjoys chasing turkey and deer as well as golfing. He also leads a small group in the high school youth group at his church and coaches pee wee football in his spare time.