There’s something about respect that makes it hard to get. Sure, we can give it out freely, and often we should; but there’s an aspect to respect that makes it hard to give it for nothing. It must be earned. It’s the core of respect as a whole, and without that dimension to it, it becomes meaningless. I respect Matt, and he’s earned it. He’s graduating from Colfax High School, and he plans to become a Placer County Sheriff in the future. He’s going on to study criminal justice, and from there enter the police force. He’s a young man of high values, and it shows! He chose the courthouse as his location, because his grandfather was police chief, and his portrait hangs in these halls.
Before heading off to further his schooling, he’s been keeping busy with working on motors and fixing cars. He’s got an internship at Ford as a mechanic, and he spends all his spare time learning all the ins and outs of motors. He’s passionate about his dog, and he loves to train his and others. These interests didn’t come out of thin air; Matt says his grandpa is the one who inspired these things in him: “I’m named after my grandpa. He’s the one who got me into cars, and he’s the one who inspired me towards law enforcement. I owe a lot to him.”
Matt’s favorite memories from high school were the ones that he made with all of his friends. They’re the focus of these good times, and he’s gonna miss them when he graduates. They’d describe him as easy going, and he likes that. He’s not one for needless drama. He’s a down-to-earth guy, who cares deeply for others. The world needs more people like Matt!
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