After graduating from high school I traveled around the country riding bulls in the rodeo circuit, and won several championships before ending my career from the hectic traveling. That’s when I started my family in Keystone Heights where my wife, Kim, lived most of her life. That lead me also to work at Frontier Town for one Summer which work consisted in living high up on the mountains and acting as cowboys carrying out numbers of stunts, such as being shot from a roof, riding horses in town or even being shot from a horse. It was both exciting and challenging at the same time.
My family and I are members of Community Church, and have been there since I moved to Keystone Heights. I worked for the city of Keystone Heights for 13 yrs, and I left the Maintenance Supervisor post to work in the titanium mining industry formally known as DuPont.
I enjoy the mountains of Montana and Colorado skiing, elk hunting as well as fly fishing. Our entire family enjoy eating healthy, as we eat fresh meat that comes out of our hunting. Both my son Lane and daughter Madison hunt with me. We hunt deer, hog, turkeys, as well as enjoy fishing. My daughter Madison and I enjoy working out together at Genesis and meeting and learning from others about nutrition and exercise.
To the question, If you could have dinner with anyone, living or deceased, who would you choose? Lee answered, “Lane Frost, the 1989 World Champion Bull Runner who inspired me with his determination and commitment”.
My favorite quote is “You Reap What You Sow In Life!”