Stockton's Bio


Birthdate: Oct 26, 1964 in Starke, FL

Current address: Winter Park FL

Current employment: Owner/president of a market research facility, exec. director of Center for Public Safety, campaign consultant on 6 campaigns, including 2 sheriffs, a judge and various representatives

Previous jobs you've had: pizza maker, National Chairman of College Republicans, marketing director of architectural firm

Date and place of marriage: Sept 21, 1996, Knowles Chapel, Rollins College, Winter Park FL

Names of your children: Isaac Stockton Keith VII, Nathalie Grace

Birthdates/place of children: both in Orlando; I.S. 10/6/01, Nathalie 6/16/07

Date/place your children were baptized: both at Knowles Chapel, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL, I.S. 1/6/02, Nathalie 9/9/07

Hobbies: Reading, turkey hunting, politics, managing campaigns, time with family, cooking

Pet Peeve: bad drivers, noise, people who lack common sense, non-voters

Favorite sports teams: Florida Gators

Favorite car (whether owned or not): Volvo

Favorite vacation spot: Florence, Italy; Washington, DC; Barcelona

How do you unwind? Read, play computer games

Favorite movies? Dawn of the Dead, It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, The Godfather, Jeremiah Johnson, Patton, Pulp Fiction, Used Cars

Favorite books? Too many to list

Last book read: The Miracle of Castel di Sangro by Joe McGinniss

Last movie saw and liked: Pulp Fiction

Favorite musical artist: Jimmy Buffett, Samite, Los Lobos, Aaron Copeland, Lanterna, Enigma, Buckwheat Zydeco, Puccini, Clint Black, B.B. King, Frank Sinatra

Favorite author: William Manchester

What type of music/artist listen to? Everything but white gospel and rap

When you grow up you want to be: Me.

Which LIVING public figure do you admire most? Margaret Thatcher

Finally, let's say you have the opportunity to have dinner with three other people -- alive or dead. Who would you choose to share your table?  Captain William Clark, Captain Enos Reeves (Revolutionary War, my great grandfather several times removed) and the Marquis de Lafayette. (I would love to speak with Sir Winston Churchill but he would dominate the dinner conversation so he is best reserved for a one-on-one conversation).