TPS Seniors 2020

Nicholas Konen – TPS Senior 2020

Nicholas likes cattle and bow hunting. He has nine cows, some steers, some calves, and a bull, and he hopes to sell them all within the next five months. In the fall, you can find Nicholas trekking the hills and mountains with his best friend Johnny looking for elk and deer. If they are successful, they cook great steaks on the barbeque grill.

Nicholas has lived his whole life in north-central Montana on a family farm where he loves working with his dad and sisters. Speaking of sisters, Nicholas has five sisters and no brothers. One of his favorite pastimes is teasing his sisters and riling them up. He will probably be happy to get away from so many girls when he goes to college this fall.

Nicholas is planning on spending a year at Montana Wilderness School of the Bible an hour and a half from home. Then, he is considering going to a trade school for diesel mechanics. After school, Nicholas plans on returning to his roots to farm with his dad until he takes over the farm.

When Nicholas has his own house, he dreams of having a monkey to massage his feet and wash his dishes. The one problem is that the type of monkeys that make good pets are illegal in Montana.

When he isn’t doing school, he is outside fishing, hunting, or working on his trucks. He also loves hanging out with his brother-in-law, Collin, most likely taking something apart and attempting to put it back better than before.

Nicholas is so excited to be done with high school and is amazed that he is actually graduating this spring. He cannot wait for the next adventures God has planned.

When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Growing up on a farm, Nicholas has always loved farming, and ever since he was little he has wanted to be a farmer.

Favorite Bible Verse

2 Timothy 2:22, “Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the LORD out of a pure heart.”

Favorite Catchphrase

Git-R-Done

One Comment

  1. Hey i live on a farm too!