“We’re church friends. Been working the festival for about, um, forever, I’d say.” [laughs]
“When I got married, I was Presbyterian, my wife was Catholic. I converted, because I wanted to raise our kids Catholic. I’m happy I did, go to church all the time.”
“I lived here, grew up here, went to school here and belonged here, and did all those things. Then I moved away for 12 years and was married and then moved back here, and it was really great coming back here. Been back about 30 years. It’s all familiar, you know? You look around and there might be a few faces you don’t know, but the rest you have some connection to, somewhere — the mother, or the kids, someone in the family. It’s fun. That’s why I love working the festival — you get to see people coming through, you get to touch base with people you didn’t see since last year, see how they’re doing. It’s a very nice thing to have to those connections.”
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