by: Carla Robinson
Dylan Myers, son of Robert Myers and Denise Myers, was born August 8, 1994 in Sioux City.
Dylan has two siblings, a brother Justin McPherson and a sister Crystal McPherson.
Dylan is sometimes called “Dillie-Bobbie” by his friends.
Dylan’s favorite sport is football; his favorite movie is Hall Pass; and his favorite musicians are Coldplay and Breaking Benjamin.
When “Dillie-Bobbie” was younger, he imagined himself as fireman.
Dylan’s most memorable moment was when the football team beat Britt in the second round of football playoffs.
“Dillie-Bobbie’s” favorite childhood memory is trying to bribe the ice cream man into giving him half off on an ice cream cone.
The person who has inspired Dylan the most is his Grandma Lonny because she has always been there for him.
“Dillie-Bobbie’s” favorite pastimes are fishing and hanging out with friends.
Dylan’s most embarassing moment is sitting on the sidelines for the first three football games of his senior year.
While in high school, Dylan has been involved in football, baseball, and jazz choir.
Dylan is currently employed and working at Hy-Vee.
If Dylan could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be, “Cherish these moments while you can.”
What Dylan likes most about high school is that the teachers are easy to get along with.
“Dillie-Bobbie’s” favorite excuse for not turning in his homework on time is, “I just didn’t feel like doing it.” And his favorite excuse for being tardy is, “I got lost in Narnia.”
Dylan’s biggest regret about high school is not trying as hard as he could have.
While in high school, “Dillie-Bobbie’s” favorite class has been choir with Mr. Ryan Schuknecht because it was always fun.
After high school, Dylan plans to go into the medical field.