2. Why did you decide to become a teacher?
I thought that I could do a better job explaining the material to students than some of the teachers that I had in school. I also thought that I had a message for each of my students and that was to give them the best education that I could give them to make them better adults and to work better in society.
3. If you did not teach, what do you think you would do?
I have tried several things rather than teaching, but like most things that I did, I always ended up teaching others that were in the same thing that I was in. Example: Training servers
4. What is one of your favorite quotes and why is it special?
Every day is a challenge, just try to do your best and be proud of what you accomplish.
5. What do you do with all your free time when you are not teaching?
Bowling in a league, playing with dogs, reading
6. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
Knitting, I have never learned how to do this and I would like to try to knit something
7. If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do?
Pay off everything-retire.
8. What did you do growing up that got you into trouble?
I fell in a sewer.
9. What do you miss most about being a kid?
Not having to worry about finances.
10. What was the last good book you read?
I love to read Clive Cussler and I have read many of his books.
11. The best advice you would give a 20-year-old would be:
Get some type of education or skill so that you can make something of yourself and not depend on others.
12. How would you like to be remembered?
Being a teacher that you can get along with, someone who took the time to give you good and helpful information, and someone who you can rely on to be there when needed.