Talkin’ About My Generation - October 2012
Guy Turner, 67, of Martinez, is a retired naval officer who has been married to his wife, Jan, for 29 years. They have three children and two grandchildren.
Likes To: Spend time with family, read, play golf and watch sports.
Favorite Possession: My Kindle.
Favorite Indulgence: I don’t really have one.
College Team: University of North Carolina.
Favorite Place To Be: With my family.
Friends Say He’s: Kind.
Song Playing in His Head: Usually the last one I heard on the radio.
Message in a Bottle: Be happy.
Never Wants To Do Again: Land on an aircraft carrier at night in a thunderstorm.
Words He Lives By: Do your best.
Blaire Stover, 31, of North Augusta, has a 5-year-old son and works as Director of Membership Development for the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Likes To: Travel, exercise, cook, read, play tennis and socialize.
Friends Say She’s: Selfless.
College Team: University of South Carolina Gamecocks!
Favorite Indulgence: A pizza buffet.
Favorite Place To Be: The beach.
Admires the Most: My mother.
Words She Lives By: Live today to the fullest because tomorrow is not promised.
Can’t Live Without: My sanity, health and cell phone!
Message in a Bottle: Work like you don’t need the money, love like you’ve never been hurt and dance like no one is watching.
Chloe Parker, 13, of Evans, is the daughter of Eric and Wendy Parker. She has one brother, a dog named Abbey, a cat named Valentine and 28 chickens.
Likes To: Read, draw, paint, write, surf the Web, watch Anime and play video games.
Favorite Possession: I don’t really have a favorite, but my computer and my phone are quite useful.
College Team: I don’t really watch sports and football isn’t my thing. I would say Georgia Tech since my parents both went there, but I honestly could care less.
Admires the Most: The Tank Man from the Tiananmen Square incident in China.
Song Playing in Her Head: Right now it’s “Heat-Haze Days” by Hatsune Miku. She’s a Japanese pop idol. It changes a lot, though.
Words She Lives By: “I reject your reality and substitute my own!” -Adam Savage, Mythbusters.