Alex Cross, 21, is a graduate of Bullock Creek High School. He was born and raised in that area. His mom, Angie, is a supervisor at a media merchandising company. His dad, Jeremy, passed away in 2018. He worked for 15 years for the City of Midland’s Department of Public Works. Jeremy has two sisters and a brother.
1. How long have you lived in the Bullock Creek area?
All my life.
2. What is your profession?
I’m the senior sanitation equipment operator for the Department of Public Works for the City of Midland. Worked for the city for two years. It has an exceptional workplace environment in which you get to provide a service that’s bigger than you to benefit society.
3. What are some of your interests and hobbies?
I’m kind of a boring guy. My biggest hobby is I own a Harley Davidson motorcycle. I enjoy spending time doing that.
4. What are your favorite things to do in the area?
Walking City Forest is my No. 1 favorite thing. Also, like to walk Main Street, checking things out there.
5. What do you enjoy about living in this community?
It has the perfect balance of urban and rural. When it comes together, it makes a nice, balanced town.
6. What is a message you’d like to give the community?
The Midland flood was a pretty big deal. Anytime something big happens, the community pulls together. My message to the community is to stay you, keep Midland being Midland. It’s a good, progressive town that always seems to stay together.