Matt Ott, my hero, is a voluntary firemen. My dad was born on June 27, 1977 he is 39 years old. He has a wife and two kids, but one is a step son. He works at Sunrise spreading chemicals on fields. In the Summer my dad is an advisor for our 4-H club. Although I don't see my dad a lot during harvest I would never want him to quit farming.
The characteristics that make my dad my hero is he is committed. He should how committed he was, by finishing projects he started. My dad is also responsible for everything he does. He shows this when he messes up on something. My dad is also caring. He helps my neighbor by plowing her driveway in the winter, so she can get out of her driveway.
My dad is my hero because when I was seven we were at Walmart. We had just came out of the tire section when this girl fell and started to shake. Her little sister started freaking out and yelling, so my dad ran over and started asking her if her sister has had a seizure before. After talking to her he ordered bystanders to get pillows and water for the girl. After getting her out of the seizure my dad made sure she new who she was and where she was. That is the reason my dad, Matt Ott, is my hero.