My name is Ryan Mentock. I was born in Denver, Colorado and raised in Durham, North Carolina.
I graduated from North Carolina State University in 2006 with a undergraduate degree in Business Management and Marketing and from George Washington University in 2014 with an MBA in Healthcare Administration. I have a wife, a baby, and two sisters who are all much better and more interesting people than me, but this isn’t their website.
I spend the majority of my free time playing…
…in my backyard, building something in my shed or taking care of my wiffle ball field.
…with lasers, making custom designs and products that I think are pretty cool.
…on the softball field, where I manage the Family Care softball team and help run the RTP Softball league.
…fetch with my dog, Mozi, who is quite possibly the world’s greatest amateur tennis ball fetcher.
I am a fan of the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Royals, Charlotte Hornets, Carolina Hurricanes, NC State Wolfpack, GWU Colonials, the Underdog, and Team USA.
Throughout my life, in exchange for the goods and currency used to sustain my livelihood, I have been a cashier, referee, landscaper, mover, waiter, tree salesman, warehouse manager, record filer, $7.00 lottery winner, typist, editor, receptionist, office manager, web designer, social media manger, fantasy football commissioner, tech support provider, dog sitter, game designer, box designer, and laser engraver.
Currently, I am the manager of Family Care, PA and the founder of The Tockery.
Thanks for checking out my blog!
So Much Time A baby at 5, Sitting on the bricks. You have so much time, And you spend it selling sticks. A kid at 10, Writing his own name. You have so much time, And you spend it playing games. A boy at 15, Playing with a ball. You have so much time, And … Read more…
Nobody Else I made a promise, I don’t know to who. I could probably break it, Because nobody else Seems to know that I made it. But I know what I said, And I tell the truth. So I’ll keep my promise, Because nobody else Could’ve heard it, but you.
The Ballad of the Immigrant Trump Supporter (And The Crazy Lady Who Wants Him Deported) A Nigerian guy works at the gas station near me. I go to his store every Wednesday For lottery tickets and beer. Once, he gave me an extra dollar in change, And I gave it back, So we became friends. … Read more…
Pszzaimmyg – A Poem For My Daughter, Samantha Sami, Spelled with an I. Or, maybe, With two M’s and a Y. It could start with a P. It could have two Z’s. If you really, really want, It could end with a G. So if you’re ever asked, Just say, “That’s me!” You can be … Read more…