Parker County Today April 2018 - Page 76

ing I continued to work with my origi- nal employer for 19 years, leaving as a partner in 2016. I then joined my current employer, Moses, Palmer & Howell, L.L.P.  PCT: What is your favorite novel?  MC: When I do get the opportunity to read something, it is typically some- thing quick as I am on vacation and need to finish the book over three days.  PCT: What do you do to decompress?  MC: Work in my garden. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you?  MC: Due to my profession, I at times come across brusque. However, I am shy, quiet and my family means more to me than anything.  PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for?  MC: My family. PCT: If you could have lunch with any one, either living or dead from history, who would it be?  MC: I don’t aspire to be or meet anyone. However, I always inspire to learn, so I would not mind having the opportunity to meet Martin Luther King, Jr.    PCT: If you had to do another job than what you’re doing, what would you do?  MC: Be a doctor. PCT: What is your impact to Parker County? MC: I have lived in Parker County for almost 25 years. During such time, my children have been born and have left home. Therefore, my contributions to my community have been related to them. Being a lawyer, I have been fortunate to give both my time as a resident of Parker County, but also as a practicing lawyer. I have worked with my church family, as a member and as their lawyer. I have organized, and managed associations related to my children’s’ activities. I have given to our schools by way of serving our administration, speaking to our young community members or by assist- ing our educators or the students. Family Owned and Operated Since 1957 74 Schools provide an excellent opportu- nity to impact our community, as they provide a f'VFVGV6FRBfRЦV6RW"gWGW&R6VGV&W'2v6ǒRfR7FVB*5CvB2W"FVfFbFP&W7BFWfW#*3vWGFrWV7W&Vǒ's3⓲fr6ffVRג&6vƶrג2Fw26G2@vB2FWƖRFvƲvFW@V6FvF&VvB&ЦFVB&CFVv&rWG6FRגv&FVFVBFRFvFv70bvRג&6vFW76rFP&Bv&g&FRF*5CvN( 2FR&W7BV6RbGf6PRvVBvfS*3FW&R2WfW"VVvFRF6F( B&RF6FVBW"Ч6Vbf"BFrVVvbR6BW'6VbFR֗'&"B6( ĒFBFR&W7B6( FVFW&R2&V6F6R6VBF&WGFW"*5CvB2FR7BFW&W7FpFrRfRWfW"FRW"ƖfS*3fR&VVf'GVFRFF@bFw22g&WVVFǒFVג6ЦG&V( FWfW'FrR6FvPf6Fr2vw2vVPvvWB&6W&Rv( 6FR7@FW&W7FrFrfRWfW"FP2Ff6B6RfRWfW"&VV&Vf&RvWFW"FB&RG&fr7&70FRVFVB7FFW2g&6Ɩf&FWr&vrFFR&GFR6P&VBW7vVWGvFW"FW36pFRVF2b6&F"WpW6rfbbf6WfW 6B'&F66V&7W&frFP67Bb6Ɩf&67V&FfrW6Ɩrv7FW"6FrFRW&F&VvW"Fv&vVFvFW76r7FЧ'FRFvW"bF"f6Fpv6wFB2斶w&FR&FW0斶2&6V7WF"vFFPF'&B6VGB( 2ff6Rw&VV^( 2f&7@svVFW&f&BEsc`rSB#s305CrFBRvWBFW 67WF#vVv2rB7F'FV@6VvRFǒvFVBF&Rd$vVBrFVw&VR6VBvWB