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Meet eHarmony member #5936764865 A Single Man in Wenatchee, WA 45 / Attorney

Never On special occasion I don't have kids


  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 6'2"
  • State: Washington
  • City: Wenatchee
  • Marital Status: Never Married
  • Has Kids: I don't have kids
  • Education: Masters

Wenatchee, WA Singles

Hi, I'm a White man, living in Wenatchee, looking for a great girl. I have a Masters Degree. I'm 6'2". I don't have any kids.

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More about me

The one thing I am passionate about...

I love life -- the good, the bad, the ugly and everything in between.

I typically spend my leisure time

Hike. Fish. Music. Go to Seattle to watch the Sonics or M's. Read.

The most influential person in my life has been

I know this sounds trite, but life is a journey and I'd like to meet someone who thinks that way -- you know, the only bounds are the horizon and time.

The first thing people notice about me

I'm pretty reserved and quiet.

The last book I read and enjoyed

River Town -- by an American teacher in the Peace Corps in rural China -- fascinating to read about his impressions of the locals and the area (favorable) and the university where he teaches (a bit more mixed).

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. my family -- they gave me good values
  2. living in a country where there isn't mass suffering/starvation/poverty
  3. the arts -- few things more satisfying than a great CD or movie

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

I have no idea -- I'm a pretty big lad, but for my size I'm not a lumbering oaf.

Friends Describe me as

Dependable, Genuine, Intelligent, Loyal

A little more about me

I'll confess an idle fascination with the Real World and Survivor.On the photo, the only electronic one I have handy is from a grad school ceremony -- that's me in the middle with my sisters on either side. Ignore the bow tie -- it was a tribute to a professor who always wears one . . .