Faces of Business: Marty Pinkerman

Marty Pinkerman officiates over the Class D-2 quarterfinal
playoff game between Giltner and Wynot Tuesday, November
11 in Giltner.

In the late 1980s, shortly after he and his wife first moved to Hastings, something happened that Marty Pinkerman refers to as a "pivotal moment in our family life."

"We sold our motorcycle, traded in our Camaro, and bought a minivan," the businessman said, referring to what he sees as the end of the young, unattached phase of his life and the beginning of a family lifestyle.

"It was a complete shift of gears," he said. "It's been full-speed ahead ever since."

A shift of gears. The act of moving from one phase of life to another, or from one unique activity to its opposite, has proved to be a theme in Pinkerman's life.

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