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Paul Chadwick - 1989 Alum

    1. Where you are currently employed?

Currently I work for the Utah Education Association as the Director of Information Technology. I've held this position for the past 12 years.

    1. What are your hobbies?

      I have many but my favorite is fly fishing, especially from a drift boat. I enjoy rowing my boat and playing guide for my fishing buddies and I tie all my own flies. I also enjoy cooking, especially BBQ and smoking meats.

    2. How did Snow College contribute to your accomplishments?

There is no question for me that my experiences at Snow College have helped me be successful in life. Snow's small intimate campus provided opportunities to participate in a wide variety of activities and events. As a young freshman this was important to me. I remember always being busy. I also remember being challenged by many of my classes. I quickly learned I had to study to be successful. It was at Snow I learned how to be a student and I've found to be successful in life we can never stop being students. I also had the opportunity to play football with a great group of young men and coaches that every day demanded that I deliver the best I had to offer.

    1. What is your most memorable moment at Snow College?

      I've always felt incredibly lucky to have played football at Snow College and to have done so alongside some great athletes. I'll never forget the feeling I had after we'd won the NJCAA National football Championship. It was thrilling. But just as memorable is the totality of my experiences at Snow and occasionally something will remind me of them. They are times I will always cherish.






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