“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.’ Tanner Jordan Meadows was born Feb. 4, 2003 to Kelly Meadows and the Grandson of Joyce Meadows. Tanner is the youngest of 2 other brothers.
Tanner’s ideal Friday night is playing a basketball or football game and on Saturday night he enjoys hanging around with friends. After High School, Tanner plans on attending Butler Community College and studying criminal justice. In 10 years Tanner sees himself being a game warden. Senior English teacher Jenny Yungeberg’s advice to Tanner is to never settle less than you deserve. She goes on to say that Tanner is always respectful and works hard.
When asked about who has had the biggest impact on his life, Tanner says his Grandma. "She always brightens my day when I’m down, she has always been there for me.” His favorite memory from high school was beating Marysville in the first game of his junior year, 30-14. Advice Tanner would give to the younger classes, is to not take anything for granted. When he leaves this community he wants to be remembered as hard-working and respectful.
Hallie Beardsley a para at Valley Heights says, “Tanner has been such a joy throughout the years. He is so respectful, and always works hard. He has a very kind heart and will help anyone out. I’ll definitely miss him next year.”
Article by Trayton Claycamp