Since you are here, I'm sure you want to know everything there ever was to know about Jason Kenneth Corfman. Unfortunately, I can't put everything on this small site, so if you want to know more, send an email question and I will do my best to answer it.
I graduated from Franklin College in Indiana in 1997. My major is journalism with minors in Spanish and computers. I was involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and I even wrote their web page at one time (it is no longer active).
I used to live in Greensburg in Southeastern Indiana and worked at the Greensburg Daily News. I am working at the Greenfield Daily Reporter, formerly as a general reporter but now as the computer tech. Shortly after starting in Greenfield, we moved to Shelbyville, but we moved to a new house in Greenfield.
I currently attend the Brandywine Community Church with my wife, where I also help out with their website.
I grew up in Versailles, and I graduated from South Ripley High School in 1993. I have also lived in Seymour, Ind., Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Port Allegany, Penn.
I used to drive one of the ugliest cars you could imagine. It was a light-lime green, 1977 Chevette. It was a four-cylinder stick shift with no power and no anything else. It just barely ran. However, since it was a Chevette and my last name is Corfman, I combined the two words together and came up with a name for the car. I called it the "Corfette." I then drove a 1995 Dodge Neon. It was also green, but it is Emerald Green, much better than light-lime green. It was an automatic with lots of features, but I don't have a picture of it. I now drive a maroon 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass.
I know that this will break many female's hearts, but I am married. My wife, Gayle Corfman, and I were married on Oct. 25, 1997 in Franklin, IN. Gayle has her own little corner of the Internet, so be sure to stop by and visit her.
Well, I don't know what else needs to go here, so I'll stop writing this out.