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  • Jon, 42 from Hampden, MA
    42, Hampden, MA
    I'm in pretty good shape, honest and somewhat outspoken. In my spare time, I like to go fishing in my little boat and to the movies regularly. I like to go to sporting events and play poker sometimes with friends and relatives. I like eating out but also like to cook occasionally especially on the grill.
  • Steven, 44 from Hampden, MA
    44, Hampden, MA
    I'm a devout Catholic man. I am a romantic and love family life. I created a Catholic music group years ago but I'm going solo now, starting a music publishing company. I'd like a practicing Catholic woman, someone to pray with, love and live in harmony with. I love making jokes so laughter is nice. I love the Sacraments! The Rosary too. All my best! Steve. I want to learn to dance again. Here's a silly joke I made up last week. What did the IRS want to know about regarding the water company's last financial quarter? (I'll tell you the answer when we talk)!
  • Pam, 59 from Hampden, MA
    59, Hampden, MA
  • Diana, 57 from Hampden, MA
    57, Hampden, MA
  • Joseph, 84 from Hampden, MA
    84, Hampden, MA
    I am pretty laid back. Having raised nine children with my wife gives you a sense of what is important and what is not. We lost one daughter to breast cancer six years ago and that was a traumatic event in our lives. You do not expect to bury a child. I had a brother who was a Franciscan missionary and he most influenced me as we got older. By then he was back from Japan and we had a very close relationship until he died. For leisure time, I spend a lot of time at an Irish-American Club. It was necessary to curtail my going there when my wife was sick.