PEOPLE AT WORK - Casey Keller

Casey Keller, 17, of Milan. Immediate family: Mom, Pat; Dad, Ken and sister Molly, 16.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Casey Keller, 17, of Milan.

Immediate family: Mom, Pat; Dad, Ken and sister Molly, 16.

Education: EHOVE Computer Networking College Tech Prep/Edison High School.

Occupation: Norwalk Furniture Corp., part-time computer technician. I've been there about one month.

What was your first job?: Taco Bell for $5.50 an hour. I worked there for one year.

Most embarrassing moment at work? When my girlfriend came into Taco Bell. My co-workers made a big deal of it.

What is your dream job? Working for a big corporation as a Network Administrator or Systems Analyst making big $$$. I have been accepted into Terra Community's Computer Information Systems program to get started.

Most rewarding part of your job?: The people I work with are really nice and my boss is excellent. He's flexible and works with me on everything, from solving work problems to arranging my schedule so I can play tennis.

Most unique habit: Repeating sentences backward, like Yoda.

Biggest pet peeve? Outdated computer equipment, they are so slow!

Biggest guilty pleasure? Purposely annoying classmates. I sit awake at nights plotting.

Most embarrassing part of your CD collection: Back Street Boys, their CD is still in my rack.

Best thing about living in Milan? You can leave your doors unlocked and you won't have anything to worry about.

Biggest complaint? Everything is out of town!

What do you like to do when not working? Work on computers. I'm never far away from one.

What's been the best car you've ever owned? The car I drive now, a 1996 Taurus. It's my first and only car.

How do you get off the phone with a telemarketer? I tell them I am underage and it's against the law for them to be selling me anything.

What do you do for exercise? Play tennis.

What's your favorite recreational activity? Not much in winter. But tennis in warm weather. You don't have to be very strong and you can play throughout your lifetime.

Name your favorite place to eat: Quiznos or Subway.

What's your favorite song and why?: 3 Doors Down

In high school, everyone thought I: Was shy.

The best advice I ever got was: Don't give up!

People would be surprised to know that I: Don't mind NOT following the crowd.

My dream house would have: A private tennis court and room for all my computer stuff that's off-limits to my wife and kids.

A movie or play that everyone should see is: "Super Troopers" because it can make anybody laugh.