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Meet eHarmony member #5968495284 A Single Man in Rothschild, WI 57 / General Manager of a Sub Sandwhich shop

Never Never I don't have kids


  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 6'0"
  • State: Wisconsin
  • City: Rothschild
  • Marital Status: Never Married
  • Has Kids: I don't have kids
  • Education: Some college
  • Religion: Christian

Rothschild, WI Singles

Hi, I'm a White man, living in Rothschild, looking for a great girl. I completed some college. I'm 6'0". I don't have any kids, and when it comes to religion, I'm Christian.

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More about me

The one thing I am passionate about...

Finding my true love..someone I can share good times & not so good times with..my soulmate.

I typically spend my leisure time

Working on my computer, downloading and recording music. I love to listen to music and spend time with my dog Buddy. I would love to spend my time romancing my significant other though.

The most influential person in my life has been

Someone that will love me for who I am and not who they want me to be.

The first thing people notice about me

I am usually someone that enjoys a good laugh. I like to make others laugh with me. This, to me, makes life easier to cope with and takes the edge off lifes stress levels.

The last book I read and enjoyed

My last read was Leadership 101. This book dealt with the fine art of leading others instead of just being a boss. My favorite section was finding that the real secret to being a successful leader is what comes from the heart. You must really want to see them succeed.

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. GOD
  2. My Uncle. Only living imediate relative left
  3. My Dog

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

My desire to make others happy and content.

Friends Describe me as

Affectionate, Hard Working, Respectful, Warm

A little more about me

Back in 1979 I was in a motorcycle accident which took my left leg from me. I choose to refer to this as an inconvenience as apposed to calling it a disability because I have for so many years prided myself on being able to do things that the doctors and other individuals said I would never do again. I walk with a slight limp but you'd never think that I had lost my leg unless you knew for sure.