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Saturday Spotlight Q&A

Age: 52Place of birth: Perry, IowaOccupation: Branch Manager at Western Rockies Federal Credit UnionWhen did you move to Garfield County and why? 1995, because I wanted to raise my kids in a small community. I had lived in California.First thing youd buy after winning the lottery: A trip to the Caribbean.First or best job: This one is the best, branch manager.Best vacation ever: The Caribbean. I went once and I really want to go back.Favorite Thanksgiving food? TurkeyWhat do you do in your spare time? Hike Greatest accomplishment: My two daughters. Theyre 21 and 17.Ever had a book, movie, news event change your life? No.Best piece of advice youve ever received: Take one day at a timeAs a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A mom.If you only had three TV channels, what would you watch? ABC, NBC and CBS. Thats all I watch now.Any tattoos? NoIf you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? It would be my two daughters and my daughters fianc. We would eat tacos. And we would talk about my older daughter graduating from CSU in December. She will be the first on her father and her mothers sides to get a bachelors degree. Whats the greatest invention of all time? The cell phone. I love my cell phone.

Movie: Dr. ZhivagoBreakfast cereal: KixSong: First time I ever saw your face by Roberta FlackAthlete: I dont have a favorite athlete. I think theyre over glamorized. Theyre just people.Fashion brand: Ralph LaurenFood: Haagen Daas barsWeb site: MSNPlace in Garfield County: The BrickyardSport to watch: Volleyball by myself. My favorite sport to watch with a man is football. I think its fun to watch with a group.


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