Four words I use to introduce myself: Buckeye, Illini and Mile High, Moroni. I was born in Gallipolis, Ohio, lived in Portsmouth, Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus, where I attended college at "The Big Farm." Thus, I am a "Buckeye."
I lived in Park Forest, Illinois, south of Chicago, one of my favorite cities. Thus, I am an "Illini."
I lived in Denver, Colorado, not ashamed to be a Bronco fan and wed a woman (now deceased) from Golden, Colorado, whom I chased to the "Mile High" city from
Salt Lake City, Utah, home and homage paid by many to "Moroni," bedecked angel (with horn, one of which I played through high school), atop the famous Mormon Temple.
I took three years of Latin in high school and learned to love words. Using theme effectively to convey thoughts creatively, articulately and accurately is a goal to which I aspire.