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Meet Brink Brinkley
Currently reading: Unfortunately, it’s an oncology board review as I have my recertification exam in May. The last book I read otherwise was “Playing for Pizza” by John Grisham.
Favorite quote: “The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” (Nelson Henderson).
Favorite indulgence: Good food ó meaning I like to really sit down to some great eats. Doesn’t matter where it is.
Most treasured possession: Probably the relationship I have with my wife. I know that’s kind of corny but true.
Favorite food: Ice cream.
Favorite movie: I like stupid humor; anything with Will Ferrell (“Talledaga Nights”).
Hobbies: Travel, golf, rancher wanna-be.
Proudest moment: The birth of my children.
I laugh the most when: I hear Drew Arey tell his stories.
I want to be remembered as: Someone who did his best to try and make this world a better place.
Height of happiness: Watching my kids grow up and receiving thanks from patients/family members on how they appreciate my care.
Best trait: Patience.
Who would play you in a movie about your life? Can I say Pitt or Clooney? How about Johnny Depp?

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