I'm originally from Tyler, Texas, but spent 33 years in Colorado Springs. I moved to Central Texas in the summer of 2017 after deciding that I couldn't take another cold Colorado winter. I'm a big sports fan, and after living in Colorado for so many years, I'm a Broncos/Avalanche/Rockies and Nuggets fan. I'm slowly becoming a Cowboys and Rangers fan as well. Since moving to Central Texas, my wife, daughter and I have become Baylor Bears fans. Sic Em Bears! This may sound strange, but I love the summers here in Central Texas. The hotter the better for me. My personal interests include guitars, horror novels, and binge-watching Netflix. I also love to chat with you, the listener. Let's connect on our free app! Click the App link above to find it for iOS and Android, then tap the Chat button to write in. You can also press the Call button to hit me up on the phone.
Aaron Zytle (AZ)
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