Getting to Know the Class of 2017: Nathan Moen
Senior spotlight featuring Nathan Moen.
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Senior Nathan Moen will always be thankful for his father. “He has always supported me and taught me his values. That is something I will always remember,” Moen said.
“The most proud thing that I have been taught, are the values that my father and grandfather gave to me,” Moen said. He also said his father is his most influential person in his life.
Moen lives with his parents, his little brother who is 15 years old and his little sister who is eight years old. Before moving to Atlantic, he lived in Webster City when he was three to eight years old. Moen was born in Fort Dodge.
Moen has practiced football, wrestling and he also has been involved in FFA, “I’m a little sad about football being over, but I have enjoyed every opportunity playing it,” he said.
Moen has also made very good memories during his years at AHS. “My favorite memory is when I went with my friends to State FFA Convention. I will also never forget when Eric Weiser kicked the winning field goal against Clarinda,” Moen said.
Moen’s plans for the future are to study at the university of Northwest Missouri State, where he plans to study animal science. “I have always liked and been involved in raising and showing cattle,” Moen said.
“I would like to be remembered as the kid who works hard and everyone gets along with,” Moen said.
A big part of Moen’s life is his faith. “If I win the lottery, I will give a portion of it to a charity to help my church,” he said. His faith extends to his reading choices. “I like to read (the Bible), and I always read it when I can.”