A wonderful husband, 3 very cool dogs and a great family that includes 13 nieces and nephews.

I identify with:
Dogs...and positive people who like to laugh and have a passion for food.

My childhood was spent:
Growing up in Ft. Collins as an only child with 5 brothers and sisters.

Which led to:
"Spreading my wings" and moving around the country for a few years, then coming back to what is most important.

Last great book I read:
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert.

Because:
The main character/author falls in love with a pizza.

Most humbling moment:
Watching the birth of my niece.

5 things I can't live without:
Besides people...Mexican food, homemade mac and cheese, really great red wine, my Blackberry and my watch.

Song or album I play while drinking IZZE:
Tool, Aenema; A Perfect Circle, Thirteenth Step; Evanescence, Fallen.

If I could I would:
I would hire someone to clean up after me in the kitchen and make the bed!]]>
A great life - the best fiance, good friends, a fun job and a big, supportive family (including spouses: 10 brothers and sisters, 8 nieces and nephews, 1 living grandparents, 23 aunts and uncles, 48 first cousins, and 2 amazing parents).

I identify with:
Richard Simmons.

My childhood was spent:
Playing soccer, Marco Polo, street hockey, whiffle ball, manhunt, quahoging, and fighting my brothers and sisters for the prize in the bottom of the cereal.

Which led to:
Playing soccer / snowboarding / golfing whenever possible.

Last great book I read:
The Hardy Boys' The Missing Chums.

Because:
Frank and Joe searching for their boys Chet and Biff - enough said.

Most humbling moment:
Watching the news every night and realizing my problems are usually too trivial to worry about.

5 things I can't live without:
The first-thing-in-the-morning cup of Coffee, sunflower seeds, flip-flops, my iPod and to keep it at 5, quahogs or steamers.

Song or album I play while drinking IZZE:
Your Gold Teeth II (not I) by Steely Dan, or anything by Spinal Tap. I've always been knocked out by their exuberance, their raw power and their punctuality.

If I could I would:
Win the lottery, I'd spend the rest of my life volunteering, playing sports and coaching.]]>
A wife and two kids.

I identify with:
the Midwest - simple, big cities Available when in the mood for crowds, suburbs and rural areas when not in the mood for crowds.

My childhood was spent:
Playing sports and working in a liquor store.

Which led to:
Continued interest in sports and a career in beverages after college.

Last great book I read:
"Never Die Easy" biography about Walter Payton.

Because:
I love the Chicago Bears and had the honor of watching Walter Payton's football career.

Most humbling moment:
watching a friend in college go through cancer treatment and eventually losing his life to the disease.

5 things I can't live without:
My wife, son, daughter, friends and pizza.

Song or album I play while drinking IZZE:
Beverly Hills.

If I could I would:
I would give anything to give my wife and kids everything they need to be happy for the rest of their lives without spoiling them.]]>
Three wonderful children (Savannah 9, Dillon 7 and Gavin 18 months).

I identify with:
People who work hard and play hard.

My childhood was spent:
Playing baseball.

Which led to:
Managing my sons baseball team and sharing what I know with all the kids.

Last great book I read:
"Pete Rose: My Prison Without Bars" by Rick Hill.

Because:
I am a huge Cincinnati Reds and Pete Rose fan. Pete Rose holds more major league records than any other player.

Most humbling moment:
The births of my children.

5 things I can't live without:
My family, cell phone, computer, tequila and Pepsi.

Song or album I play while drinking IZZE:
"What's My Age Again" by Blink 182.

If I could I would:
I would play Major League Baseball for free.]]>
A 101-year-old house in Denver.

I identify with:
People that are open-minded and live life to the fullest.

My childhood was spent:
swimming, riding my bike, playing with my friends...simply having fun!

Which led to:
Doing my first triathlon at the age of 37...and continuing to have fun!

Last great book I read:
"Ask and It Is Given" by Ester Hicks.

Because:
You can have anything you want for yourself and your life, you just have to "ask" then get out of the way and let God do his work.

Most humbling moment:
Completing the Harvest Moon Half Ironman.

5 things I can't live without:
My Bible, my road bike, my Nikken products, my family and my friends.

Song or album I play while drinking IZZE:
Rob Thomas, Dave Matthews, and some good 80s tunes...IZZE must be mixed with my favorite vodka.

If I could I would:
I would work for six months and then travel and ride my bike for the other six months.]]>