Lori and I have been friends since high school and we've been through a lot of adventures together. I skillfully removed sitches from her head during senior week in Wildwood after Steve Mayer dropped her on her head the night before graduation. We've been to the Caribbean a few times and almost blew off a rock in Bermuda in gale force winds, crashed a moped on a mountain in Tortolla (that's where this picture is from – pre crash), and swam with stingrays (right before the Crocodile hunter was stabbed in the heart by one) in Grand Caymen. We toured Northern Cali from San Fran to Lake Tahoe to Yosemite and back. We've tumbled down and got booed off the mountain our first time snowboarding at Denton's Hill in super far away western somewhere PA and lived to tell the tale. I almost fell off a cliff.
Linda and I have also been friends since high school. She helped throw me an amazing surprise 25th birthday party at my own house (I lived with her at the time) that I had no clue was happening. She has been the voice of reason when I made terrible fashion decisions (regardless if I listened to her) and has been there to provide some solid advice when I have random life questions.
Kerri and I have been friends since my college friend Ken (her now husband) started dating her. I found out she was also in Phi Sig at the Rider chapter and that we shared the same taste in music. We've been to a ton of shows together and even got to meet some bands (We had dinner with Yellowcard). We spend our days emailing eachother at work gossiping and complaining about how the day is dragging and how tired we are and how cold it is.
Angela and I have been friends since college. She's been my partner in crime during my adventures living in Philly and has shown me the ropes of living in/navigating the city. We braved the cold for a few Phillies playoff games (one of which I got so excited we were winning I lost my phone and tracked it via "Find my iPhone" into the ghetto and never saw it again whoops) and also watched them suck. We survived the hipsters at North Shore Beach Club. She baked me a cake with poops made out of icing.
Tom and I have been friends since the third grade. Needless to say, we’ve been through a lot together, and even through multiple relocations, we have stayed very close. One of the many things we have in common is that we are both fortunate enough to make a living doing what we used to do for fun as kids. While things are slightly more stressful now, we still manage to have an awesome time doing what we do.
Greg and I have been friends since our freshman year at Penn State. We have had a lot of great experiences at school together and we’ve stayed close over the years after. I visited him in London, when he moved there for work, and we traveled up to New Castle to watch Fulham take on New Castle in football. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, but it was probably one of the most excited sporting events I have ever been at.
Dan and I have been friends since our sophomore year at Penn State. Our love for rock-n-roll, films and photography brought us together. We have almost identical tastes in all three and it gives us a lot to talk about over a beer or two. Since college, we have traveled all over the country together for work, to see shows or just to check out a new city.
Glenn and I have been brothers for as long as I can remember. He has always been there for me and continues to be, as we get older. Although not always at the same time, we have shared a lot of experiences. Whether it be backpacking the mountains in New Mexico, traveling through Europe, or taking a trip to Hawaii, we have been fortunate to see a lot in our young lives.