Getting to know... Sean C. Huston

Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg TimesSean C. Huston

Getting to Know...

Sean Christopher Huston

Age: 46

Lives: I was born, raised and proudly continue to live in Hanover.

Educated at: Hanover Public School District, Rochester Institute of Technology, American College

Family: My wife, Gen, and our children Jack (11) and Libby (9)

Job: I am a partner and investment adviser representative of Huston Fox, Financial Services, LLC with offices in Gettysburg and Hanover

Job's reward: Helping clients meet and surpass investment goals

Very first job was: Working for our family business, Poist Studio, a fifth-generation photography studio in Hanover

Favorite food: Nearly everything we attempt to throw on the grill!

Pets: Maggie, our 1-year-old flat-coated retriever

Hobbies: Homebrewing, grilling and golf

Collects: Craft beer

Would have liked to have witnessed what event in history: John Buford realizing he had to hold the high ground at all costs the evening before the first day of battle at Gettysburg.

First memory: Falling off of a ladder while trying to climb a tree at a very young age and breaking my arm in the process.

Scariest moment: Getting that cast removed. I remember being absolutely terrified of the doctor's saw.

Trait inherited from parents: Good, strong work ethic

Piece of advice you live by: You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

Who needs a hug? Good teachers.

Favorite reading/author: "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham. Honestly, it should be required reading in order to graduate high school.

Favorite spot on earth: Our backyard

Website you visit most: Marketwatch and, of course, Google.

Would like concert tickets to see: The Black Keys at Lime Spider in their hometown of Akron, Ohio.

One bad habit: Hmmm...about that Homebrewing thing.

Five minutes with: Charlie Munger.

What skill or lesson would you like to learn? I'd love to have the time to get really good at golf.

How would you like to be remembered? As a good businessman but spectacular father.

- By Alex J. Hayes, Times Managing Editor

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