MOSC Board of Directors

Tim Ridderbos

Tim was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Growing up, his father taught him the importance of conservation and the joys of hunting and fishing. More importantly he was taught about faith in God. Drawing on his years of being an outdoors-man and a man of faith, Tim seeks to facilitate events for sportsmen seeking fellowship. Fellowship and Friendship are important factors in any mans life. As we continue to become less connected as a society, Tim hopes you will find a group of men to build life long relationships with in the Missouri Sportsman’s Club.

Tim still lives in St. Louis with his wife Melissa and huntin’ dog Bella.

Jeswin Raj

Born and raised in India, Jeswin moved to St. Louis with his family back in 2006. Never fished or hunted in India, he got hooked into fishing the very first time he was introduced to it by his brother. Jeswin and his son Joel love to go trout fishing early in the morning. Montauk and Westover Farms are their favorite fishing spots around St. Louis. Jeswin works as a senior project manager at a gps fleet tracking company. He serves as a deacon in Journey, West County.

Jeswin lives in St. Louis with his wife Anita, son Joel, daughter Jessica and their black lab Jet.

Daniel Wiele

Daniel’s first memories of the outdoors are at his family farm. His great-grandmother grew up there in the early 1900s and since then it has been a place to gather with family and friends and connect while enjoying the outdoors.

Over the years he’s learned to appreciate the outdoors for more than just an exciting activity, but a place to build memories, relationships and enjoy God’s creation. From ruining his dad’s hunts at an early age (because he couldn’t sit still) to finding peace and a chance to relax on a tree stand, the outdoors have become a way of life for Daniel.

Daniel lives in St. Louis with his wife Andrea, daughter Alivia, and another on the way!

Justin Wilkinson

Justin enjoyed many adventures in childhood following his dad through the woods. Adventures such as looking for spring gobblers in the Ozarks, hearing wolves howl while camping in northern Minnesota, or even shivering in a deer stand in the mountains of Virginia. These experiences were transformative in his life and he was blessed by the time outdoors along with grandad, dad, and brother. The chance to get to know other men through outdoor hobbies is an exciting proposition and he is happy to be a part of the Missouri Sportsmans Club.

As an adult he loves hunting (primarily waterfowl), but also enjoys fishing, paddling, and hiking. He is married and has 3 young boys. The last few years have been spent introducing his children to the outdoors. Spending time in God’s creation with them has been a thrilling and humbling season of life. He is an optometrist and practices at Clarkson Eyecare.

Brett A. Goldschmidt

Brett was first introduced to fishing and shooting sports through his grandfather Albert Goldschmidt. Brett grew up in Saint Louis County but spent every weekend at his grandfather’s farm in southern Illinois. Grandpa Choo-Choo, as he was known, (he lived by railroad tracks) taught him how to fish, hunt, and the importance of outdoor conservation. Brett continues this legacy and love for the outdoors with the Missouri Sportsman’s Club- a men’s club designed to provide fertile soil for men to connect and share life together.

Brett enjoys fly fishing, shooting sports and competition BBQ. Brett and his wife Leigh, live in St Louis with their Springer Spaniel Gauge.