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Meet Your Neighbors

Age: 16

Lives in: Parachute (originally from around Mexico City, Mexico)

Occupation: Junior at Grand Valley High School



What’s your personal motto? “I try my hardest. I try not to make mistakes, and I believe everything happens for a reason.”

What’s the last song you had stuck in your head? ‘”Imagine’ by the John Lennon.”



What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t yet? “I want to travel. It sounds huge, but I think it could be done. I want to go to Vietnam. I want to visit Europe, too.”

Age: 18

Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Pinon Hills, Calif.)

Occupation: Waiter at Tatry Restaurant/Uncle Pizza in Glenwood

What’s your personal motto? “Always look towards the future.”

What’s the last song you had stuck in your head? ‘”Voice of Thunder’ by Casting Crowns.”

What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t yet? “Go white water rafting, I guess.”

Age: 37

Lives in: Glenwood Springs (originally from Yang Zhou, China)

Occupation: “Does everything,” from waiting tables to managing to sushi-making at Taipei Tokyo in Glenwood

What’s the most important thing in your life? “It’s business. Family and business.”

What’s your favorite movie? ‘”Titanic.’ I like the story, you know. The story is so catchy, you know?”

What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t yet? “I hope my wife (Ming Feing) come from China. I don’t know what time when she’s coming. If I go to San Diego and become a citizen, she can come early. Maybe next year.”

Age: 37

Lives in: Rifle

Occupation: Registered nurse for Dr. Von Stade at Orthopaedic Associates in Glenwood Springs

What’s your personal motto? “Smile. Life is too short.”

What’s the last song you had stuck in your head? “That new one by Sugarland.”

What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t yet? “Go to Italy. My ancestors are from there.”

compiled by Stina Sieg


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