Posted on | May 29, 2015
Posted on | May 27, 2015
My Father is the hardest working man I know. He works all day everyday, 7 days a week and rarely takes a day off. This work ethic has been passed down from my grandfather to my father and now resides within my siblings and myself. He makes me want to be the best person that I can be. He is the most caring, and giving person I know. He is constantly on the go; He just goes and goes. Not only is he hardworking, but he has a great attitude, when most people would give up he is always positive. “For life is not easy but you are in charge of your happiness.” He instilled this belief into his children. When asked how he’s doing regardless of what kind of day he’s had his response is always “Awesome.” The women at the bank call him by “Mr. Awesome”. He says this with a huge smile on his face, whether is was good or not. Another famous quote by him is “just another day in paradise.” My dad has always been heavily involved within the community from being a youth s!
occer coach, an Elk (past ER), Saint Mary’s Guild (Treasurer this year), to Chamber of Commerce Member to the Sheriffs Posse. This year he’s not only the Captain of the Sheriff’s posse, but he is again the Parade and Mother Lode Rodeo Dance Chairman. All of which starts this Saturday; and believe me, putting it all together has been a huge task! If that wasn’t enough, he helps take care of his significant other’s father who’s 98 when she’s at work. He clearly loves his community and helping others. Being a small town boy, he’s was brought up to lend a hand where ever you can. He’s always there for not only his family, friends but our community; at a drop of a hat he will pitch in and help whenever he can. He’s not just THE HARDEST WORKING MAN I KNOW, HE ALSO HAS THE BIGGEST HEART OF ANYONE I KNOW!
Posted on | May 26, 2015
Posted on | May 20, 2015
I would like to nominate my husband Kele. He is an amazing man, husband, friend and uncle.He works many hours, sometimes 12 hour days, at Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) as the swing shift stacker operator, and than comes home and works on our home remodel and takes care of our 33 animal small ranch. He’s kind, patient and loving to anyone he meets and will always put others first. I couldn’t have asked for a better man to spend the rest of my life with.
Posted on | May 19, 2015
A Montana young’un who got a bow and arrow for his seventh birthday took out a troublesome tooth with some swagger — and a bow-and-arrow.
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