Interview with Mark Barbere
By Daniel B.
I interviewed Mark Barbere because I like planes. I've never been on a plane but I think they are really cool. And he makes containers for milk, water and orange juice to be drank by the passengers of the planes. He also makes little parts for the engines to keep them from crashing. This job is one small an important part of helping to keep the airplanes running smooth.
Q: What is your full name?
A: Mark Barbare
Q: Were you named after anyone?
A: I was named after my great grandfather
Q: What are your parent's names?
A: My dad's name was Tom and my mother's name was Bea.
Q: What countries/states/cities did you grow up in?
A: I grew up here in Carpinteria.
Q: What do you remember about the house you lived in?
A: I remember all the good times playing with my brother.
Q: What do you remember most about you childhood?
A: My best childhood memory is learning magic tricks.
Q: Could you describe your profession to me? What do you do at your job?
A: I make parts for airplanes. I have been at my job for about 12 years.
Q: Why is your job important to the community?
A: Because it keeps planes from crashing and allows people to travel for work and vacations.
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