Campton Hills resident Shirley Turner, 72, was working at Amazing Grace Antiques in Elburn as a dealer, when she answered questions for Shaw Media’s Zachary Van Vuren.
Van Vuren: Where did you grow up?
Turner: Easton, Pa.
Van Vuren: What did you want to be when you grew up?
Turner: I wanted to be a teacher.
Van Vuren: What did you end up doing?
Turner: I was front medical office staff.
Van Vuren: Do you have any family?
Turner: I have two grown children and six grandchildren.
Van Vuren: Do you have a book or movie you would recommend?
Turner: The Bible
Van Vuren: Who would play you in a movie?
Turner: Debbie Reynolds
Van Vuren: What's your favorite local restaurant?
Turner: Sorrento's Restaurant in Maple Park
Van Vuren: What's your favorite ice cream flavor?
Van Vuren: Do you have any pets?
Turner: No, we have granddogs.
Van Vuren: What's your favorite charity
Turner: CASA Kane County
Van Vuren: What's an interesting fact about yourself?
Turner: I have been in the same Bible study with the same women for 37 years.