Last but not Least

Math teacher Matt Kiser shares important moments in his life.

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Last but not Least

Photo by Chrystian Noble

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Photo by Chrystian Noble

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The last time you were nervous?

A softball game, when it was Liberty vs. Staley during sectionals. My daughter plays at Staley and it’s her senior year. They were two games away from getting to play at state, so that was a very nervous time.

Your last perfect day off?

My last perfect day off was when it snowed during our Professional Development day and we got to go home early. I worked on a puzzle with my youngest daughter that day.

The last time you were moved to tears?

I went on vacation to South Padre with my sister in- law who had cancer. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, and she’d been battling cancer for eight years when the doctors said that she only had three months to live. She wanted to go on one last vacation, so we went on her last vacation together in South Padre. She actually lived for four months from the time they told her it would only be three. She told us she wants her ashes spread in South Padre.

Your last embarrassing moment?

When I showed my skydiving video in class and I was pretty frightened. The last gift you gave? I bought my wife a brand new rug for the living room on her birthday.

Your last D.I.Y. project?

I put my garage together at my new house and painted it. We moved closer to Liberty. I enjoy moving.

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