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Meet Skylight's New Associate Bryce Smetana

2/16/2017

Bryce Smetana

College: Coastal Carolina University

From: Chardon, OH

 

Why did you want to work at Skylight?

I want to be a part of a company whose values and goals reflect my own.  I want to positively impact the families and communities that have given so much to me throughout my life, and provide services that create lifelong stability and change for those that I interact with.

Tell us something you are really good at?

I am really good with a 9 iron in my hand.

A fun fact about you:

I could throw a fast ball 94 miles an hour.....6 years ago.

Your favorite place to hang out in Cleveland or Columbus:

Progressive Field, The Q, First Energy Stadium and Ohio City

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Swim, play basketball and baseball, golf, and hike with my husky Artemis

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

Cliff jumping in Bermuda

Who would you most like to meet – alive or dead?

Will Ferrell or Conor McGregor and Steve Irwin

Where do you want to be 10 years from now?

10 years from now, I want to successfully support my family and loved ones and say that all the decisions I have made prior to that point have positively impacted everyone I have crossed paths with.  I also would not mind being drafted by a major league baseball organization.


 

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