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Moffat county neighbor

Reta Hall

Age: 63

Occupation: Banquet coordinator

What should your business card say you do? Coordinate banquets

Place of birth: Sheridan, Mo.

When did you move to Moffat County and what brought you here? We came in ’63. My husband’s uncle was the president of the Routt County Bank. We came out here to work.

Describe your morning routine. Answering the phones, typing contracts, lots of time working banquets.

How would your friends describe you? Very understanding, spunky and honest.

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? Not a banquet coordinator! When I was a kid, I wanted to be a nurse.

If you could invite any four people over for dinner, who would they be and what would you serve? I have three daughters, that’s who I would invite, and a great-grandson, Tory, and we would have steak.

What are the three things you can’t live without? My family, work and friends.

What was your most embarrassing moment? When the Daily Press girl came and asked me all these questions.

Which super hero would you be?

Helen Keller. She did a lot with a little.

What’s the worst reason you’ve received/given for breaking up with someone?

I don’t break dates. I never broke up with anybody. I’ve been married since I was 15 to the same man.

If you had to give up one of your five senses, which would it be? Taste. God, that’d be a waste in the restaurant business, huh?

What band/performer would you stand in line to get tickets for? I wouldn’t. I love Don Williams, but I’m not sure I’d stand in line.

What music, book or movie are you ashamed to admit you love?

“Dirty Dancing.”

What would you do if you won $10 million? Redo my house because I’m saving money for a new bathroom.


Food: Vegetables

Song: “Wind Beneath My Wings”

Movie: “McClintock”

Sport to watch: Football

Vacation spot: The East Coast, Cape May, N.J.

TV show: “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”

Spot in Moffat County: My home

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