passion and my father studied the best, so he could be the best teacher.
Corey found himself drifting in life after barely graduating from high school. "Aunt Letty, I felt stagnant. I was not bettering myself. I wanted to be a hockey star, but I couldn't even focus on that, and I certainly didn’t believe in myself." Then one day he was drug into a street fight, struggling to get out alive, when he was slammed in the head with a baseball bat. "Luckily," he said, "I have a really hard head." His initial thought was people like those guys out to be in prison and off the streets, so they don't kill others.
I'm so proud of Corey and equally proud, like a mother hen, of two other young women attorney's: Piper Hoskins Bowers (former PHMS student), and Lindsey Weaver Alday (cousin's daughter).
Help others and give something back. I guarantee you will discover that while public service improves the lives and the world around you, its greatest reward is the enrichment and new meaning it will bring your own life.