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Bonnie Hopkins, executive director, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Georgia
Family: Husband, Donn Kester (married 29 years); son, Donnie Kester Jr., 27; daughter, Kate Reynolds, 24; and four grandchildren
Education: Central High School, 1980; High Point College (now High Point University) High Point, N.C., double major in youth agency administration and sociology, 1984; masters degree in public administration, Georgia College (now Georgia College & State University), 1999
Personal interests: Running, sewing, quilting, embroidery and traveling
Last movie: Last two movies she saw were Despicable Me and 42
Favorite childhood book: Charlottes Web
Favorite food: Unfortunately I like sweets and bacon, cream cheese and chocolate.
Most unusual thing youve done: Running the Chicago marathon is going to be the craziest thing Ive ever done.
Most used appliance in your house? Probably the microwave.
Pets: Two cats, Buttons and BP, mother and son, ages 19 and 17
Define success: Its not by the paycheck. At the end of the day, its knowing you did the best at what you can do and what you were charged with doing and the goals were met.