Residing in Ruebens, Idaho, Stanley has been involved with farming most of his life. After serving in the Army and Idaho National Guard, he became keenly aware of how hard it was for disabled soldiers to recover their quality of life. Earning a degrees from University of Idaho in Mechanical Engineering and Philosphy he works for Hillco Technology designing farm equipment. Injured in a motorcycle accident in 2018, he was excited to learn that adaptable equipment makes it possible to farm, even with a disability. “I don’t know that I am an expert in anything, but technology and independent living skills, but I do know you can’t finish if you don’t start.” When not working you can find Stanley playing with his border collie, Dexter.