Jonathan Quick lives up to his name in many ways.
He’s quick to engage on a wide assortment of vocational adventures that are pretty impressive.
From serving as Chief of Staff to Mayor Charlie Pierce, who is currently running for Governor, to running an eclectic hardware store in Nikiski (click HERE for that) to launching an organic, vegan skin care line with his daughter (click HERE for that) to working with my friend Suzanne Downing at MustRead Alaska and my friend Bernadette Wilson at Americans for Prosperity and my friend Jon Faulkner on the Kenai Home Port project ( a fascinating new development on the Kenai River) to once having served with his wife as a short term missionary in the San Juan Islands of Washington for Young Life.
Let’s just say we have a ton of things to talk about and I’m privileged to have him today on “I’m Glad Your Said That“, our weekly podcast/broadcast.
I hope you can tune in.
“I’m Glad You Said That” is our weekly one-hour talk show featuring conversation and interviews on the two topics you’re not supposed to talk about in polite company – faith and politics. We dive into both.
Thanks as always for being there and for our sponsors at Reger Physical Therapy. In addition to the podcast, for those outside of Anchorage, Eagle River, the Valley and surrounding areas or if you’re not close to a radio, you can always tune in and listen live Wednesdays at 1PM on KATB 89.3 and at 5pm on KVNT.
Standing for families…in His name,
Jim Minnery – President
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