Senior Spotlight

Posted November 8, 2012 at 6:00 am


Chet Willer

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Chet Willer, son of Grayling and Janet Willer, was born April 20, 1994, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Sioux City, Iowa.

Chet has one sibling, a brother Austin.

Chet is often called “Chetty” by his family and friends.

Chet’s favorite sport to participate in is football.

Chet’s favorite pastimes are working on the farm, playing sports with friends, and Friday nights.

Chet’s favorite movie is Avatar, his favorite musicians are anybody country, and his favorite saying is, “It happens.”

If Chet could relive one moment of his life, it would be his family’s vacation to Montana.

When “Chetty” was younger, he imagined himself as a farmer.

In Chet’s life, the person who has inspired him the most is his dad because he was a great role model for him growing up.

Chet’s most memorable moment was vacationing in Montana with his family.

Chet is currently employed on his family’s farm and as a janitor as the school.

While in high school, Chet has been involved in football, baseball, and FFA.

Chet’s biggest achievements are placing sixth at the state wrestling tournament and buying a car.

What “Chetty” likes most about high school is the weekends.

Chet’s biggest regret about high school is not expecting more from himself as a freshman and sophomore.

Chet’s favorite excuse for not turning homework in on time is, “I forgot it was a Wednesday schedule.” Also, his favorite excuse for being tardy is, “I had to walk all the way from the Ag room.”

If he could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be to have as much fun as a freshman and sophomore as you do when you are a junior and senior.

While in high school, Chet’s favorite class has been any science class with Mr. Meerdink because there is very little homework.

After high school, “Chetty” plans to attend college for a major that he hasn’t decided on yet, and be happy.

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