Moffat County Neighbor
What should your business card say you do? What it does say (painter). That’s about what I do — interior and exterior.
Place of birth: Provo, Utah
When did you move to Moffat County and what brought you here? 1978. My dad got a job at Trapper Mine.
Describe your morning routine. I get up about 5:30 a.m., get my kid up, get him ready for school, take him to school. Then I paint.
How would your friends describe you? Ornery.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A millionaire, a veterinarian.
If you could invite any four people over for dinner, who would they be and what would you serve? Probably just friends. They’re over there just about every night. Steak and shrimp.
What are the three things you can’t live without? Obviously food, my son and the rest of my family.
What was your most embarrassing moment? I don’t really get embarrassed.
If you could have any super power, what would it be? X-ray vision.
What’s the worst reason you’ve received/given for breaking up with someone? I’ve broken up with people because they’re boring, afraid to get their hands dirty, you know.
If you had to give up one of your five senses, which would it be? Smell because all the other five senses would be difficult to lose.
What band/performer would you stand in line to get tickets for? Bonnie Tyler.
What music, book or movie are you ashamed to admit you love? The Lifetime movie channel.
What would you do if you won $10 million? I’d probably move to Alaska.
Song: “Hero” by Enrique Iglesias
Movie: “A River Runs Through It”
Sport to watch: Football
Vacation spot: Browns Park
TV show: “Survivor”
Spot in Moffat County: My cabin in Wilderness Ranch
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