“To succeed in life you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone!”
How long have you been with Homestead? 4 years, 8 months
What were you doing before Homestead? Construction
Where are you originally from? Lancaster, OH
What are your favorite hobbies? Music, Computers
What would you most likely tell your 13 old self? Be kind to everybody.
If you could have coffee with three people, dead or alive, who would it be? Jay Leno, Brian Regan, My Grandpa
Who is the most famous person you have ever met? Dave Anderson!
What is your dream vacation? Anywhere with my sweet wife!
What is the one thing you can’t live without? Love!
What is your proudest moment at HA/HU? All the cards of appreciation from various residents here at Village West.
Our onsite teams at Homestead U gear up for the 2018 Turn Season. Turns are a culmination of all of their hard work and dedication and can make or break a leasing season. “If you have the right people in place and work together, it makes for an easier turn. The best part is the bond you create with your team” Said Shannon Latsko, Helix Community Manager
How long have you been with Homestead? A little over 2 Years
What were you doing before Homestead? I worked at Menards receiving and I also worked for Roto Rooter plumbing.
Where are you originally from? I have lived in Columbus my whole life.
What are your favorite hobbies? Spending time with my family and fishing
What would you most likely tell your 13 old self? Study harder in school and never let anyone convince you that your dreams are out of reach.
If you could have coffee with three people, dead or alive, who would it be? My Father, my Grandpa and my Grandma
Who is the most famous person you have ever met? I was in an elevator with LeBron James in Akron, OH. My friend challenged him to a game.
What is your dream vacation? I would love to go on a 6 month cruise around the world.
What is the one thing you can’t live without? My family. Especially my wife and baby girl.
What is your proudest moment at HA/HU? The day I got promoted to Assistant Supervisor. It was a great honor.
National Night Out, the annual community-building initiative to bring community members and law enforcement officials together to build camaraderie, takes place this year on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.The annual event, held the first Tuesday in August each year, is organized by the National Association of Town Watch, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to community building. In 2018, the event’s 35th year, it’s expected that 38 million people in 16,000 communities across the U.S. will participate. Every National Night Out event is unique—like the communities where they are held—but you might call them block parties with a purpose. Events offer all sorts of activities for individuals and families, as well as opportunities to meet local police officers in a neighborhood setting. Picnics, all-ages games, and giveaways (especially back-to-school supplies) tend to feature prominently.