30 Jan

Bill Hawken


Sales Representative

Favorite book—now and when you were a kid?
When I was a kid I loved Hatchet by Gary Paulson—a story of a young man stranded in the middle of the wilderness with nothing but a hatchet and his wits. As an adult it has to be the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin—better known as Game of Thrones. Not only are they fantastic epic fantasy, but they also teach the reader patience. Come on, book six!!!

Biggest guilty pleasure?
One time I made tempura shrimp. We had leftover batter and cookie dough, so deep fried cookie dough just made sense at the time. Don’t judge me.

What’s the one thing you love now as much as you did when you were 14?
Playing the drums. “What do you mean I get to bash things with sticks and make a ruckus?”

If you could learn anything instantly by downloading it into your brain Matrix-style, what would it be?
The language of squirrels.

Describe yourself in 5 words or less.
Gregarious Giant Ginger Guy

What would your superpower be?
All my life I’ve always imagined what it would be like to go out into the sun.