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I grew up in Pittsburgh's old Hill District. Back when it wasn't a collection of vacant lots being bought up by the University of Pittsburgh. Back when it was a place that many feared, but I knew to be a vibrant, embracing place that I called home.

While I've lived in Maryland the last 30 years, built a career, sustained a marriage and raised three kids, Pittsburgh will always be home.  It's the place where my priority stack was first created:  there is my God; there are my family and friends; and there is everything else. 

And it hasn't changed.

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