Timothy Adam earned a degree in environmental engineering from Stark State College after graduating from Jackson High School. But it wasn’t until his sister-in-law asked him to help her with a furniture-making project that he found his path. He learned to weld. He loved to weld. And welding became his livelihood.
After living in Chicago for a few years, Tim Carmany sees Canton as an affordable oasis. As a friend told him, “Canton is a place where you don’t have to bankrupt yourself doing something you love.”
While pursuing a degree in criminal justice from Kent State University, Carol McGill exercised the left side of her brain as well, taking as many art classes as her schedule would allow. These days, painting is her main pursuit.
The joke in the office is that we knew we made it with About magazine when we were at an event and we overheard someone who just had their picture taken whisper excitedly to a friend, “I hope my picture gets in About magazine!”
Seafood connoisseurs do not have to travel to Boston or San Francisco to enjoy top-quality fish that’s been harvested at peak season and prepared by a skillful hand. They only have to get to Bender’s Restaurant & Tavern in downtown Canton.