Such a Catch: Tech Savvy and Back in Town
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Such a Catch: Tech Savvy and Back in Town

Sid Scheck, 49, may work in financial technology as his day job, but operates his own YouTube channel on the side.

Rachel is a reporter/contributor for the AJT and graduated from the University of Central Florida in Orlando. After post graduate work at Columbia University, she teaches writing at Georgia State and hosts/produces cable programming. She can currently be seen on Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters.

Sid Scheck
Sid Scheck

Sid Scheck, 49, may work in financial technology as his day job, but he has a pretty unusual side career. Sid operates his own YouTube channel, where he focuses primarily on reviewing products, likely quite the conversation starter on dates.

Although Sid moved back to town in January of last year, he made Atlanta his home in the 90s and early 2000s as well. Now that he’s back in the city, we think Sid is Such a Catch, so let him tell you a little bit about himself.

AJT: What are you looking for in a partner?

Scheck: I am looking for a partner and best friend. Someone that I can have excellent communication with. Someone who is affectionate. Someone who is physically fit and if they like hikes, that is a plus.  I am a sports fan, so it would be nice to have a best friend to cheer with.

AJT: What do you think/have been told are your best qualities?

Scheck: I am very caring and will bend over backwards for anyone I care about. I often think about making others happy before I think of myself. I am reliable, creative and think outside the box.

AJT: How do you spend your spare time?

Scheck: I work on building my YouTube channel doing reviews on products.  On the weekends, I enjoy hiking.  I work out four to five days a week as well as swim.

AJT: What is your guilty pleasure?

Scheck: I enjoy eating sweets, doing my YouTube videos, listening to a variety of music, hiking and watching some reality shows.

AJT: What are some things that are most important in your life? Why are they valuable to you?

Scheck: First and most important is my family, as I am very close with them.  They are there to support me through the ups and downs.

Next are good quality friends you can count on, that you can share lifetime experiences with and confide in when you need to talk.  I also really enjoy my company I work for.

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