Mark Chaplick

Favorite physical feature:
My Hair.

Most embarrassing moment:
I was in a hurry to
change out of my scrubs after surgery at the newly built Menorah
Medical Center and I accidentally walked into the women’s surgical
locker room.

What are you most proud of?
My three children.

What is something that no one knows about you?
I won the poetry contest in third grade and the sixth-grade spelling bee.

What’s the one thing you’ll never understand?
Women.

Drink of choice:
Bombay Sapphire and tonic with a lime.

Favorite food:
Filet mignon, medium.

Worst habit:
Constantly checking expiration dates on food.

What do you look for in a woman?
Warmth and honesty.

Favorite treat to give yourself?
New clothes from Nordstrom.

Life motto:
“Work hard, play hard.”

Signature scent:
Escada Magnetism.

What are the three luxuries you just can’t live without?
The lake, travel, fine dining

What is your favorite body part on the opposite sex?
Great smile.

Do you sleep on your back, side or stomach?
All of the above.

Dream Car:
Bentley GT Coupe.

Online dating-yes or no?
Yes.

Style icon:
James Bond.

Favorite season:
Summer.

Favorite place to go to meet singles:
I don’t go places to meet singles.

Would you rather be a little smarter or a little sexier?
Smarter

What makes you laugh?
My children.

What celebrity crushes did you have as a teenager?
Raquel Welch.

My first kiss was:
Aweful!

A pefect day would be:
Waking up to the crashing waves of the ocean with absolutely no plans

Recent impulse purchase:
New bedroom furniture I didn’t need.

Most recent trip:
Skiing in Copper Mountain with my daughters over the holidays.

Favorite book:
Recently, The Innocent Man.

Favorite childhood memory:
Taking the train from St. Louis to Cleveland to visit my grandparents.

What words do you over use most?
“OMG,” Absolutely

In one word how would you describe yourself in high school?
Wild.

In one word how would you describe yourself now?
Confident.

What is the greatest journey you have been on?
Mastering my profession, it is a continuing, lifelong educational process.

What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Myself and my family being healthy, happy and enjoying life.

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