Dan Kirkbride - Regent World (Winter 2011)
Ranching in Wyoming
Alumnus Dan Kirkbride (DipCS '82) writes, "I left Regent to love God and return to my family's ranch in Wyoming. On the side, I was a county commissioner for eight years, wrote a newspaper column, broadcast ball games, and served most of the ways a layman can in a small church. My big test came in accompanying my first wife through 40 months of breast cancer, a fight that ended in 1991, and subsequently adding a fine new spouse and three small stepsons to my family one afternoon in 1993.
"I've treasured my critters, weather, stars, wildlife, and plants, but there are too few like-minded pals around right now. This is a winter of reinventing myself, and I'm anxious to discover where I might land."
Dan states that he counts his nine months at Regent as the best money he ever spent.
Published in The Regent World (Winter 2011)