We’d like to introduce you to Kyle Giamanco.

Kyle Giamanco

Age: 22
Occupation: College Student; Utility Coordinator at BSR Services
Hometown: St. Peters
Values: Hard work, family, community

In addition to being a full-time employee at BSR Services, Kyle is a full-time student at the Unversity of Missouri–St. Louis. Come December, Kyle will graduate with a degree in Criminology and a minor in Sociology. Though Kyle’s schedule is very busy, he always makes time for his family and the community. Kyle has been actively involved with the St. Peters Athletic Association (SPAA) for the last 15 years as a player, coach, and umpire. Additionally, Kyle and his family are proud to be involved with the American Cancer Society. One of Kyle’s favorite American Cancer Society fundraising events is Relay for Life. At Relay for Life, participants take turns walking around a track anywhere from 6-12 hours while their teammates set up themed campsites to collect donations for food, games and fun activities. Kyle currently serves as the Logistics Coordinator Co-Chair for the Greater St. Charles County annual Relay for Life event. When Kyle isn’t busy working or volunteering, he loves to visit Busch Wildlife to fish and hunt. Kyle looks forward to graduating in December and being able to spend more time with his friends and family.

“What Republican Value Speaks To You The Most and Why?”

“I would say community speaks to me the most. There is no better feeling than a sense of belonging, and that’s what I feel within our community. I love to see the people who I’ve grown up around come together to do amazing things. Our community comes together frequently–whether its participating in Relay for Life, helping sandbag a strangers house when Highway B and C flood, or helping clear debris after the tornado in Portage de Sioux. The St. Charles County community is one I’m proud to be a part of!”

Thank you for sharing your story, Kyle! We wish you the best of luck with the rest of your schooling and for a successful Relay for Life event!

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