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    Earliest childhood memory?
    “Playing sports with my older brother, Richard, and winning.”

    What song’s been stuck in your head lately?
    “‘Let It Go’ from Frozen. My kids sing it all the time.”

    The weirdest place somebody has recognized you in public?
    “At the urinal.”

    What would be your last meal in Louisville?
    “Homemade eggplant and ravioli with my family.”

    Besides your current job, what’s the best job you’ve ever had?
    “In the mid-’80s I was youth-development director with the Canton Invaders, which was an indoor soccer club in Canton, Ohio.”

    What Louisville band/musician would you pay to see?

    Your drink?
    “Fruit smoothie with kale.”

    Favorite possession?
    “The key to Lynn Stadium.”

    Favorite bourbon?
    “Woodford Reserve — so I have been told!”

    The most you’ve lost on a horse race?
    “The farm.”

    All-time favorite Derby winner?
    “I’ll Have Another. Assistant trainer Jack Sisterson is a former U of L men’s soccer player.”

    Biggest guilty pleasure in Louisville?
    “Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen’s mixed-berry pie.”

    Fleur-de-lis: Had enough or can’t get enough?
    “Is it even possible to get enough? Just ask my wife Tina!”

    Best book you’ve read over the past year?
    The Master Key System, by Charles F. Haanel. It’s the book that most influenced personal-success author Napoleon Hill.”

    What tattoos do you have?
    “Wouldn’t you like to know? If forced to get one today, it would say: 2014 College Cup Champions.” (The College Cup will be this December in North Carolina.)

    Fill in the blank: “__________ Louisville” should be the next banner on the side of a building.
    “Tom Jurich’s (U of L athletic director).”

    If Actors Theatre staged a production about your life, what would the performance be called?
    In Pursuit.”

    Where do you go to be alone?
    “What does that mean?”

    What’s something nobody knows about you?
    “I handwrite my personal mission statement, beliefs and goals daily.”

    What makes somebody a Louisvillian?
    “How they say the word Louisville.”

    In one sentence, what do you actually do all day in your job?
    “Hang out with my friends and play soccer.”

    This article appears in the August issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe to Louisville Magazine, click here

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