Friday Fun – Jason Fill – Staff Interview

 

Question: What is the most beautiful place you’ve ever visited and why?

Answer: Kauai, Hawaii.  I was only in 4th grade during that trip but spent 3 weeks on the island and it was a trip I will never forget.

Question: What is your most embarrassing moment?

Answer: Honestly, I cannot think of one.  Of course introducing someone by the wrong name is always bad – have done that a few times.

Question: If you could dine with someone who is deceased who would it be and why?

Answer: I would like to dine with my late Grandfather – my dad’s father.  He passed away when I was very young and I did not get a chance to know him like I wish I could have.

Question: What is the one thing you love to do and wish you had more time to spend doing?

Answer: Golfing and spending more time with my 17 month old little boy.  

Question: What is your favorite decade? Why?

Answer: Being born in 1980, I would have to say the 90’s.  During that decade I progressed from elementary school all the way to college, that natural progression created an enormous amount of fond memories.

Question: Name one thing that you’ve done that was on your bucket list.

Answer: Honestly, I don’t really have a bucket list.  I guess I need to get one.

Question: What is your biggest fear?

Answer: Flying makes me really nervous so I would have to put that up there on my biggest fear list.

Question: When you were little what did you want to be when you grew up?

Answer: A professional golfer – that actually continued through High School into about my first year of College.  When I really realized that was not going to happen I found a new passion in IT and programming.

Question: What is your favorite meal?

Answer: I would say that it is a tie between Spaghetti and Mexican

Question: Who is your favorite person?

Answer: Of course there are many favorite and meaningful people in my life, but I would have to say my son is at the top of my list.  In the past 17 months he has brought so much amazing joy and happiness to each and every day.