By Lindsay Toler
By Chad Garrison
By Brett Koshkin
By RFT Staff
By Lindsay Toler
By Riverfront Times
By Danny Wicentowski
By Pete Kotz
Clerk, Federal Reserve Bank
"My brother, Larry Jones. We had a big ol' disagreement about something that could have been avoided, and then he passed unexpectedly, and to just up and lose him without a chance to apologize.... Now I try not to be mad at anybody. I try to be more considerate. I try to live, love and understand, and he's a real big part of that."
Chief Gunner's Mate, U.S. Navy Seal Team 4
"My teammates keep me alive. I stay alive for my son and let God take care of the rest."
"The Boss did. There was this one time when I heard "Rosalita," and I was so blown away by it, thinking, 'God, there's more music out there than what's on FM.' Springsteen was the touchstone, and everything else -- Dylan, the Who -- just followed. I was twelve years old at the time, and it was all over after that."
"My son, because at that point I knew I had someone to take care of and that I needed to shape up my life. I started back in school. I set goals for myself, what I wanted to do for him. I had a tough family situation growing up, and having a child, it gives you a reason not to feel sorry for yourself anymore."
Fix-All Construction Rehab Service
"Dr. Robert L. Fink. In 1969 I had a severe head injury otherwise known as depressed skull fracture, and if it weren't for his abilities, I wouldn't be here talking about it. And when I woke up and heard his name, I laughed, 'cause on KXOK at the time they had a thing called Rat Fink University -- you'd send away for this button and it would get you into Teen Town."