MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Jonathan Chane, 40
For Jupiter resident Jonathan Chane, it was an opportunity to carry on a family tradition.
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What are your hobbies?
My kids. I love spending every moment that I can with them and seeing the world through their eyes.
What’s your favorite childhood memory?
Sitting around the table, having dinner. We were five of us. Every night at 6:30 we would have the nightly news on in the background and talk about our days … It was an opportunity for the family to be together.
Who is your hero or someone who has inspired you?
My parents. (They taught) me the importance of giving back to the community.
Who would you like to meet and have dinner with?
I’d love to have dinner with Bill Clinton. I think he’s just an interesting, fascinating figure in our history.
What event in history would you like to have witnessed?
One thing would be founding of the state of Israel. Witnessing that firsthand and the experiences they went through.
What’s your favorite junk food?
Dark chocolate peanut M&Ms.
Who is your favorite musical artist?