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I’m Lorenzo Alba and This Is How I Mesh
Hello! I was raised in Richardson, Texas. Although my home town is known as a hub for companies in the information technology and electronics industries, my father’s background as a mechanic resulted in me being raised as a grease monkey. … Continue reading
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I’m Brian Zdeb and This Is How I Mesh
I’ve lived in a few different places so far in my life, but Illinois and California most define where I’m from. I was born, raised, and will forever be a Chicagoan. I grew up in the Northwest Side (specifically in … Continue reading
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I’m Sydney Wood and This Is How I Mesh
Hey there! My name is Syd; I am from Fort Worth and am currently a student at Texas Christian University, studying Entrepreneurial Management and Sociology, which might have you wondering how I ended up at Pointwise. I am spending the … Continue reading
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I’m Philip Fackler and This Is How I Mesh
Being the son of a man who has served as a pastor and missionary in several places, there isn’t a place I would call my hometown. The closest thing would be Madisonville, KY. Thankfully, this is where I went to … Continue reading
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