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Pegasus CEO Matthew Tucker Interviews Dan Meyers

Published December 30, 2021

Pegasus CEO Matthew Tucker Interviews Dan Meyers

Dan Myers has worked as IT for close to 10 years at a high-school in South Jersey. He ran a local internet café for over 5 years. Dan has also worked in the concrete and masonry field for over 15 years. He enjoys movies, fishing, camping, and spending time with his wife and three kids.

In this part of our Meet the Team series, where we get to know the staff of Pegasus Technologies better, CEO Matthew Tucker Interviews System Administrator Dan Myers. Below is the transcription from this interview.

Matt: Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of CEO and Meet the Staff. Today we have Dan with us. Good morning, Dan.

Dan Myers: Good morning.

Matt: So Dan, I just saw that the notification came out that you’ve been with us now for about six months. So thank you and great job. And happy to have you here. So, yes. I want you to take a minute to tell us a little bit about yourself.

Dan: Well, my name is Dan Myers. I’m originally from Ocean City, New Jersey. I met my wife and then we moved to Pennsville, New Jersey, which is closer to Delaware bridge. And between that I’ve worked at a high school. An IT for close to 10 years. Before that, I helped run an internet café when they were a thing. And I’ve done concrete [crosstalk]. And I’ve done concrete my whole life, so I’m not shy from hard work.

Matt: Good. Well, we’re happy to have you as I said. So, all right. So we’re going to dive into the question part. And as you’re probably aware, these questions are provided by your peers so you can’t hold me responsible for any of them.

Dan: Okay.

Matt: We’re going to dive in and have a little fun. And do your best today answering. So we’ll kick it off. If you got to choose a song that would play every time you entered a room. What song would you pick?

Dan: Mr. Brightside.

Matt: All right. Good. The artist of that is?

Dan: Is that Google Fit?

Matt: Yeah, I think that’s right. Good.

Dan: I think so.

Matt: How many pizzas would you say? You consume in a year?

Dan: Oh man. Over 50.

Matt: Wow. So almost what one a week, right?

Dan: One every other week. Yes, it would be something like that. Yes

Matt: Fine. Cool. Do you have an animal spirit guide? If so, what kind of animal is it?

Dan: Oh man. An otter. Because they are just the most relaxed. Floating in the. water, not caring about anything.

Matt: True. Do you have any pets at home?

Dan: I used to have a white German shepherd. And we lived in a tiny apartment. So just after, he was 11 years old at that time. So at that time, it was one of those that he needed to go to a better home. Somewhere that could actually let him run around.

Matt: Got it. Right out the pasture so to say.

Dan: Yes. Yes.

Matt: Good. If you were to put a band together, what would you name it?

Dan: Oh.

Matt: That’s a tough one.

Dan: The Sandy Toes. I grew up the beach. So I love the beach.

Matt: Yes. The beach in the ocean is a great place. I agree. Which is why I love in this area. It’s so close.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: What’s the strangest thing in your wallet?

Dan: I have a three leaf clover from Ireland. That’s in a press. And it’s like, a good luck from father to son. But my wife and I are convinced that it’s bad luck. Because that’s all we get. It’s bad luck, not good luck. But…

Matt: You may want to take it out for a little bit and see if…

Dan: Yes. Yes.

Matt: All right. What’s the most impressive event you’ve ever attended?

Dan: Probably when I was younger, I went to like 2004 Warped Tour. And it was like all anti-racism. And it was just a lot of fun.

Matt: Oh good. That’s probably need some more of that in the world today. So good.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: How did they decide which Earth pole is on top?

Dan: I have no idea.

Matt: I don’t even know how to answer that one to be honest. They flipped the coin.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: If you want an all-expense-paid trip to anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?

Dan: Japan. Because I love the culture and the art. So 100%.

Matt: Food’s not bad either from what I hear.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: Excellent. I’m with you on that one. I’ve been trying to get there pre-covid. I was scheduled to go right when covid hit.

Dan: Oh man. That sucks.

Matt: Yes, we’ll get there one day. I hope. Which would win in a 50 meter dash, a mongoose or a giraffe?

Dan: Probably a mongoose. I feel like the giraffe need some momentum built up.

Matt: Right. And it might just hang out eating leaves in the tree.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: That’s a good one. All right. Last one here. And it’s kind of fitting when we get some snow flurries today. Which is your favorite season?

Dan: Fall. Because it’s like sweatshirt weather. It’s not too hot, it’s not too cold. And it’s like perfect sit around a campfire.

Matt: Cool. Yes, you can still be outside without getting too cold. So good.

Dan: Yes.

Matt: Well Dan, thanks so much. Again thanks for being part of the Pegasus team here. And sharing a little bit of a little bit about yourself with all of our fans out there. So we’ll end with that. And have a wonderful day. And a wonderful rest of your week. And happy holidays.

Dan: You too. Thank you so much.

Matt: Thank you.

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Matthew Tucker
matthew@pegtec.com

As CEO of Pegasus Technologies, LLC, Matthew Tucker brings a rare combination of leadership attributes, technical expertise, and experience in the Information Technology industry. Matthew Tucker is responsible for the annual operating business plan as well as strategic direction. His strong commitment to the company’s growth is evident in his personal involvement with developing the current management team, as well as building the future leadership. Matthew Tucker works closely with the Executive staff to develop and monitor policies and procedures for ensuring the growth and stability of the company. Matthew Tucker’s passion for the company and staff is reflected in his continued efforts to ensure the company culture reflects its key values: personal growth, available management, and recognition of accomplishments.