Next in our anniversary series is Scott, who recently celebrated 15 years with Sabre Yachts. We recently featured Scott in a video on our YouTube channel as he walked us through the creation of his 2000th window frame, which should give our readers a sense of the time, effort, and attention to detail he has unfailingly shown over the last 15 years. Our deepest thanks go out to Scott – we’re both privileged and proud to work with him, and the many craftspeople like him who make up the heart and soul of Sabre Yachts.
Do you have a lucky number?
7 and 15. My son and I share a birthday on the 15th.
If you could go anywhere in the world where would you go?
I’d like to visit the Grand Canyon.
Tell me about something that was difficult but made you a better person:
Living without my mom and dad.
If you could send a message back through time to your younger self what would you say?
That life isn’t going to be easy and to take it one day at a time. It will work out.
Tell me about the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen:
Niagara Falls, with my wife on our honeymoon.
Tell me about the person who has impacted your life the most:
My wonderful wife. We’ve been married 41 years.
What do you cook when no one else is home?
A grilled cheese sandwich.
What is your dream car?
A ’57 Chevy.
Pepsi or Coke?
Pepsi, but I’d rather drink iced tea or Gatorade.
What are you most proud of?
Raising our two sons.
If you had to sell everything you owned, and could only keep one thing, what would you keep and why?
All of our family pictures, so we would have all our memories.
Tell me one thing that none of your coworkers know about you:
I’m a blood donor. I’ve donated 9 gallons and saved over 300 lives.
Tell me about your best childhood friend:
Bill, my best friend since the sixth grade.
Tell me about your earliest childhood memory:
When I was 6 and my brother was 5 we knocked over the Christmas Tree on Christmas morning.
Tell me about someone who is your hero:
My father-in-law. He served in World War II and passed away on Veterans Day, 11/11/11.
What super power would you like to have?
The power to look into the future.
What, in your opinion, is the best thing about humanity?
Helping others when they need a hand.
What’s your favorite dessert?
Cheesecake, it doesn’t matter what kind.
What’s your favorite song of all time?
Love Me Tender, by Elvis.
Is it ever okay to break the rules?
Yes, once in a while.
When you’re 80 what story will you tell your grandchildren?
I will tell them about the wonderful life that Linda and I had being married 50+ years.
If you won a million dollars what would you spend it on?
I would pay my grandson’s way through college, pay off both my son’s mortgages, invest some, and take a trip somewhere.
If you could talk to someone who has passed away who would you talk to and what would you say?
My grandmother, she was 101 years old. I would tell her how life has changed.