I’ll never forget:
The eerie hiss that replaced the usual chatter on the air-traffic control radio when I was working for USAir at the State College airport on the night of September 11, 2001.
Stroke of luck 1:
Scoring sixth-row seats for Hamilton after only a 45-minute wait in the line for rush tickets.
Stroke of luck 2:
Discovering that the Airbnb where my family stayed for seven nights in Scotland had no internet access. It was awesome!
Point of pride:
My beautifully manicured yard, including the lawn, the flowers, and the vegetable garden. I do it all myself.
If I’m not working or mowing, I might be:
Biking with one of my sons, Finn and Bennet.
Migrating Reese Hackman staff to remote work at the outset of the pandemic without missing a deadline.
Drafting & Design Technology, Clearfield County Vocational-Technical School, 1996