School Subject: Theology-religion
Extracurricular Activities: Playing golf or baseball
Hobbies: Writing, playing guitar, fishing, walking at the park
Car: 2011 Gray Ford Escape (my own)
Store: Guitar Center
Musical Artist: Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen
Movie: Into the Wild
TV Show: Whatever the Steelers are on
Cafeteria Food Must Have: Milk
Last Book Read That Wasn’t Required: I Wrote This For You: Please Find This
Person Most Admired: John F. Kennedy
Person You’d Like To Meet: Eddie Vedder
First Job: Whitehouse Christmas Tree Farm
Top Accomplishment: Discovering beauty in God’s creation that exists everywhere
After Graduation Plans: After graduation, I plan on attending Boston College or Holy Cross, pursuing interests in creative writing, political science, communication and theology
Career Goal: I would love to engage in missionary work in college and out. Career-wise, I’d love to be a diplomat in the State Department and eventually become president. Somebody has to do it.
Quote from teacher: “While Justin is an incredibly bright student and gifted athlete, I am most impressed and grateful for his faithful witness and humble confidence as a spiritual leader at St. Francis,” said Fr. Alan Zobler, Oblates of St. Francis de Sales (OSFS). His love for God and neighbor is revealed in his daily interactions. Our faith community benefits from his example.”
- Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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