The BrickYard did a fun piece on Alex this week. They asked him some off the wall questions ranging from his fishing exploits to the pros and cons of engineering in Greenville. You can read it all here. Here is our favorite part of the story:
What is a story that the people who work with you, don’t know?
I am an avid fly fisherman. I got into it when I was four my dad took me on a fishing trip to the Connetquot River in New York. He helped me catch four fish and land them! I was hooked at that point. I really got into it after high school when I purchased my own rod and learned how to tie flies. Ever since then I have fished some of the most notable rivers in the country from the West Branch Delaware River in New York to the Clarks Fork in Montana to fish for trophy trout, to the Deschutes River in Oregon for Steelhead, to the flats of Hawaii for bonefish.