Senior Spotlight

Posted April 18, 2013 at 5:00 am


Daniel Beitelspacher

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Daniel Beitelspacher, son of Kelly and Denise Beitelspacher and Kim and Sandy Norby, was born March 22, 1995 in Le Mars.

Daniel has four brothers, Ben and Joe Beitelspacher and Adam and Doug Loutsch as well as two sisters, Skyler and Teagan Hill-Norby.

Daniel is sometimes called “Beitel” by his friends.

Daniel’s favorite sport is football; his favorite movie is Dispicable Me; his favorite musicians are Kip Moore and Shinedown; and his favorite saying is, “Live with no regrets.”

When “Beitel” was younger, he imagined himself as a cop.

Daniel’s most memorable moment was seeing his nephew and becoming an uncle for the first time.

Daniel’s favorite pastimes are hanging out with his friends and hunting with his dad.

“Beitel’s” favorite childhood memory is going on trips to California with his family.

The people who have inspired Daniel the most are his brothers, Ben and Joe, because when times were hard, they stayed strong.

“Beitel’s” most embarassing moment was in U.S. History as a freshman when he asked Mr. Kent Johnson how much the White House sold for.

While in high school, Daniel has been involved in football, track, and baseball.

“Beitel’s” greatest achievement so far is being a great leader.

If Daniel could relive one moment of his life, it would be the last football game that the team played this year that they won.

What “Beitel” liked most about high school is being able to see his friends.

If Daniel could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be, “Don’t leave high school with regrets.”

“Beitel’s” biggest regret about high school is not trying hard in all of his classes.

Daniel’s favorite reason for not turning in his homework on time is, “I left it at school.” His favorite excuse for being tardy is, “The roads were bad.”

While in high school, Daniel’s favorite class has been Geometry with Mr. Mike Baker because Mr. Baker is a fun teacher.

After high school, Daniel plans to attend Simpson College and then go on to grad school.

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