It was all business in the very beginning for Haley Rice and John Becker. In the spring of 2014, Haley had just come back to Canton after attending graduate school in Oxford, Ohio. While she was actively job searching, John messaged her on LinkedIn about a potential job opening. They met for lunch to discuss business, and before the day was over, John asked Haley out for drinks that night. A few days later, he asked her out to dinner. By then, Haley knew this was no longer about business.
For seven years, Ed and Judy Cebulko have owned what is still known by many as the T.K. Harris home in Hills and Dales. Stark County natives and Central Catholic graduates, the Cebulkos split their time between this home and a second residence in a suburb of Las Vegas. Ed is co-owner of Vegas Fastener Manufacturing and G2 Gaming in Las Vegas.
This is the view through a cabin window in the Valley of Fire. These historic stone structures, built with native sandstone in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, served as a shelter for passing travelers. Dedicated in 1935, Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest state park and is only 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas.