Angelina Mutter, 24. who lives in Belton, works at Target in Harker Heights.
What do you do at Target?
I work with Guest Services and the Fitting Room, I have been here for one year.
What brought you to this area?
I am a Army brat. My dad retired here and brought a house. I first moved here when I was still an infant in 1990.
How old were you when your dad retired from the Army?
I was 4 years old.
What college did you attend?
I attended Sam Houston State University and graduated in 2013. I have a degree in psychology.
Talk about your family.
My dad is a retired first sergeant in the U.S. Army, my mom was a teacher to the soldiers (she taught them how to speak German). I have two older brothers, I am the baby in the family.
Are you married? Kids?
I am single and I have no kids.
What was the last movie you saw?
What community work do you do?
I donate to the Salvation Army.
If you could bring anything to Harker Heights, what would you bring?
I would bring Juicy’s Hamburger Place here. They have one in Tyler and it is way better than Whataburger. I would also like this area to have more sense of community. In Austin, you can pretty much walk everywhere. You can’t do that here.
What is your favorite color?
What was the last book you read?
“Gray," by El James.
What advice would you give your younger self?
Don’t take stuff from anyone; have a thicker skin.
Twila Hill is a Herald correspondent.