Season Ticket Holder since: 2003, commutes from New Hampshire
Section: Rockpile 241
All-time favorite player: Steve Tasker. “He redefined what it meant to be a special teams player.”
First Bills memory: “I live 500 miles from Buffalo. I grew up a Bills fans. The first game I ever attended was the season opener in 1969, Bills and Jets, at the old Rockpile. Kemp was the quarterback and Joe Namath played for the Jets. I’ve been a fan ever since, but decided to become a season ticket holder in 2003.”
Favorite home game moment of all-time: The Dallas Monday night game, 2007. “I’d never seen or heard that stadium louder or more crazed. The intensity level was something I’d never seen anywhere, and being there was just unbelievable, even though we lost. It was just amazing.
Why season tickets are worth the trip each week: “If the Bills didn’t exist, I wouldn’t be a football fan, because I’m a Bills fan first and an NFL fan later. I feel connected, I feel close with the team. They’re just my team. The Bills have been part of my identity for most of my life. It’s just a natural place for me to stay as close and connected to them as I can be.”