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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Bay area sports (Giants, 49ers & Warriors). Being born and raised in Daly City, I was exposed to SF sports at a young age and grew up loving every Bay Area team!
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Ohio sports, especially Cleveland – Cavs, Indians, Browns, Buckeyes – I’m still loyal to my hometown teams. I also love cheese, travel, and making furniture.
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive) who would it be?
  • It would have to be Ellen DeGeneres. She has dedicated her life to making people smile and doing good deeds. I think more people should be like her.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Traveling anywhere tropical – Bali and Tahiti are on the top of my list of places to visit. And everyone around me knows how big of a Denver Broncos and San Francisco Giants fan I am!
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be and why?
  • I would have dinner with the person who invented cheese. I would bring the wine.
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  • What is your favorite way to relax?
  • Keeping busy and staying active is a great way for me to relax and clear my head. I love a good workout during the week, and on the weekends it’s all about taking advantage of California –  snow or water skiing depending on the season, hiking, and dirt or mountain bike riding. I can’t get enough.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • Snowboarding in Tahoe as much as possible, playing baseball on a sunny day and riding my motorcycle on Highway 1.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I love playing ultimate frisbee with my friends on the weekend at Golden Gate Park. A bunch of us get together a few times a month to play.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • I’m really into pub trivia, Trivia Night. I love Jeopardy too. When I watch I’m constantly answering the questions and my friends ask, “How or why do you know that?”
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • I love music. Playing music, going to shows, listening to and talking about music. It was a huge part of my life before Principal Builders and still continues to be.
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive) who would it be?
  • Marine wildlife conservationist and environmental activist Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has always been someone I would like to meet. Our planet needs so much help and he’s out there actively fighting for it on the front line.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I was an Artistic Director and 7-year veteran dancer for a professional, Hip Hop dance company.  I’ve traveled and performed all over the US and overseas in China and Switzerland. I’ve opened for Kool and the Gang, Omarion, and Ludacris.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • Riding my bike around the city and across Golden Gate Bridge, visiting local breweries, and enjoying the amazing weather we have here.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • Watching my daughter play soccer, barbequing with my friends and hanging out with friends at the beach.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • I love hiking in the redwoods on the Peninsula, fishing outside the Golden Gate and coming home from Tahoe to that spectacular view of the SF skyline. Any chance I get, I also love getting my truck camper up to the mountains. Someday I’d like to drive it down to Baja.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Going to car shows, cruising cars, riding motorcycles, collecting antiques and watching zombie movies.
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  • What is something that people don’t know about you?
  • I used to work with Principal Builders for many years as a subcontractor at Design Workshop. I eventually joined Principal Builders because I enjoyed working with the staff so much!
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Playing with my baby boy and my border collie! I also love hiking, yoga and trying new Bay Area restaurants. Lately, I’ve been hooked on Serika Sushi in Orinda and Luka’s Taproom in Oakland.
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  • What are your 3 favorite Bay Area places/activities/things?
  • It’s only logical that I enjoy home organization (and making spaces pretty). Of course spending time with my two little girls. They are also my favorite things! Activity-wise, I enjoy watching the Giants play at Oracle Park, visiting the Palace of Fine Arts, and being on the water in the Bay.
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive) who would it be?
  • I love science so it would have to be Nikola Tesla. He was a physicist, inventor, mechanical & electrical engineer and was a major contributor to the birth of commercial electricity, along with so much more. He was a celebrity in his day and one of the greatest inventors in history.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • My family. My wife and I have been together since 1988 and we have five kids. There’s always something fun or unexpected going on!
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • Hands down – my family. From my parents, my siblings and their families, to my husband and our children. It warms my heart like nothing else to spend time with them.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I love improv comedy, storytelling, and theater. I have performed in various productions within the city!
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • My dream was to be a forest ranger. I thought being outdoors and dealing with wildlife and conservation would be the coolest job.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • I try and take advantage of any opportunity to hear music and see art throughout the Bay Area. But one thing I think is special is being on the 50th floor of a tower to experience an Oakland Hills’ sunrise. It’s truly magnificent.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about?
  • I would go scuba diving and free diving every day if I could – but only in warm, clear, tropical oceans with many fish and reefs. Spending an hour under water at 60 feet below the surface is like being on a different planet.
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • Camping trips with my family throughout California and West, relaxing at the beach and going to my daughter’s horse shows.
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  • Outside of work, what are you passionate about personally?
  • I’ve got a long list of places I’d like to visit; traveling, and being immersed in other cultures, snowboarding, and when it’s not winter season, just cruising on a longboard.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I wanted to play hockey and football when I was a kid but my parents wouldn’t let me. So I ended up in gymnastics. Two thumbs down.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I’ve been riding in motocross for 40 years and continue to do it today. I race with a group called “Over the Hill Gang” (OTHG), and at each event we have 175-250 riders show up. It’s the largest “vet racing” club in the U.S.
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  • What has been the most interesting city you have been to?
  • I love New York City. I love the view from the top of the Empire State Building, walking around Central Park and also deep-sea fishing off of Staten Island. Plus it’s always nice to hang out with my brother who lives in Brooklyn.
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive) who would it be?
  • Drinking tea and reading a good book is one of my favorite ways to relax, so I would probably say Queen Elizabeth. But mostly because I would love to have tea at Buckingham Palace!
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  • Three favorite Bay Area places/activities?
  • Swimming in the Bay – no wetsuits allowed! A bike ride into Marin. Paradise loop in particular, or to a brewery in Fairfax. And Zeitgesit for a Bloody Mary and a game of Cribbage.
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  • If you could meet any celebrity (dead or alive) who would it be?
  • Charles Barkley. I loved watching his basketball career evolve from college at Auburn University, and I was a huge fan of when he played in the NBA. Now I enjoy watching him as an analyst for the NBA. I never know what he is going to say.
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  • What has been the most interesting city you have been to?
  • Sun Valley, Idaho. I love the outdoors; there is killer skiing and a great scene for fishing and hunting. There are also some of the most gorgeous homes there that I’ve ever seen. I’d love to go back.
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  • What has been the most interesting city you have been to?
  • The most interesting place I’ve ever visited was Assisi, Italy. There’s nothing quite like the combination of Italian food, wine, art and architecture in one city.
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • Most people don’t know that I’m an identical twin. It’s great when you need a day off!
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  • What’s something people don’t know about you?
  • I’m learning to read music at 55 years old. It’s always been something I’ve wanted to learn.
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  • What is something that people don’t know about you?
  • I love to cook and garden. Being able to use produce from my backyard to create some delicious food is one of the best feelings.  Add a glass of wine while listening to Frank Sinatra or Louis Armstrong and you’ve just figured out my favorite kind of weekday night!