Parker County Today January 2018 - Page 16

The lack of flexibility in the restaurant business pushed me to make the change. It is very rewarding helping people make what is possibly the biggest decision of their life. Lowell Moss Lowell Miles Moss is a retired Constable of Parker County Precinct 2. PCT: What is your favorite novel? BS: Goodbye to a River, by John Graves. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give? LM: Live life to the fullest; there are no guaranteed tomorrows.   PCT: What is the coolest thing you have ever done in your life?  LM: Surviving being physically run over and the ability to give God all the glory. PCT: What do you do to decompress? BS: Hunting and fishing. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? BS: “DJ Britton” was an electronic dance music DJ that was booked at clubs and electronic music festivals at least five nights a week in the early to late ‘90s. I still have a “studio” at home with all my records and equipment, and still play an occasional event. PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for? BS: Being the best human being I can be. PCT: If you could have lunch with any person in history, living or dead, who would it be? BS: Albert Schweitzer. He is, after all, my great, great something. PCT: What is your impact to Parker County? BS: I like to think by opening the Fire Oak Grill in 2007 on the Weatherford Downtown Square that I helped preserve and bring business to the downtown area.  PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give? BS: Be honest and do the right thing. Good things happen to good people. Sometimes it just takes a while. 14 PCT: What is the coolest thing you have ever done in your life? BS: Married my wife, Jamie Schweitzer. It’s the coolest thing that’s still cool. Winning the Texas Parks and Wildlife Grand Slam in 2011, and fishing in Alaska seven years in a row are pretty darn cool, too. PCT: What is your definition of the best day ever?  LM: Any and every day I can spend with my beautiful wife, Deana. John Forrest - Top 10 Out of 500 John is the County Attorney for Parker County.  PCT: How did you get into your occupation? LM: In the mid 80s, Calera, Okla., Police Chief Jack Stockton told me I had the makings of a police officer. I became a reserve and then a full-time officer in Colbert, Okla.   PCT: What is your favorite novel? LM: To Kill a Mockingbird. PCT: What do you do to decompress? LM: Work in my yard, my flowers. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? LM:  ƖRFw2g&FRf7F&W&5C*bR6VBfRV6vFRƗfr"FVB7F'vvVBB&S*Ӭ*&ǒw&Х5C*bRBFFFW ,*FW,*FFRR^( &RFrvBvVBRF*Ӭ*vVB6FVR&VrƖ6Pff6W"r6( B6vRFPv&B'WB6G'vFג'BbB5C*vB2W"7B&W 6VGӬ*v&VB2G&ff6W"7&֖fW7FvF"B67FЦ&RvVBRFR7@r&W"6VG&WGFW 6RFƗfRB&6Rf֖ǒ5C*rFBRvWBFW 67WFc*fvVBגfFW.( 2fG7FW0rVf&6VVB**5C*vB2W"ff&FRfVc*FRGfVGW&W2bV6V&W''f'&Gv*5CvBFRFFFV6&W73c66WF7'G24F֗7Bt4B6VGVGV6FBvT␬*5C*vB26WFrVRF( @r&WBSc*GvVGV'2v'&VBא&VWFgVvfRW&w&VVRf'&W7BB"&fW"2fVv26FVVBvR#