On the cover - West Fargo Fire Chief Dan Fuller, Local Hero - Fargo Police Sergeant Kevin Pallas, Having a Beer with Radio Host, Scott Hennen, Hunting with Bret Amundson and more in Fargo Moorhead's only men's magazine.
LOCAL HERO | KEVIN PALLAS Beyond Policing Aside from the support, affirmation, and companionship from Kris, Sgt. Pallas has also benefited in receiving free haircuts. “Kris has been a stylist for over 25 years - she does a fantastic job. I haven’t paid for a haircut in 27 years,” said Sgt. Pallas. Celebrating 38 years together, the couple enjoys simply spending quality time together. “In the summer months we enjoy being out and about. We bought a Camaro convertible a few years back and treated ourselves for our 50th birthdays. We do some light travel to Lake Superior and the countryside of Northern Wisconsin to visit family and enjoy the lake.” “We’ve been to well over 100 concerts since we’ve been together. We enjoy live music from different genres. My wife is a fantastic cook and baker. So, we like to experience different foods and restaurants,” said Sgt. Pallas. Heart First Although Sgt. Pallas’s track record is undoubtedly impressive, what truly stands out the most about him is his heart. In every role that Sgt. Pallas has held, he has sought to lead with his whole heart while striving to do his best each day on the job. Simply put, he’s the kind of 34 / THE GOOD LIFE / urbantoadmedia.com “I couldn’t have asked for a better career and being part of a such a large picture of what it’s all about. It’s about community service and knowing that you have made a difference in people’s lives, along with getting to know people and making connections. That’s priceless.” – Kevin Pallas
police officer that any citizen would want to look out for them. “I couldn’t have asked for a better career and being part of such a large picture of what it’s all about. It’s about community service and knowing that you have made a difference in people’s lives, along with getting to know people and making connections. That’s priceless,” said Sgt. Pallas. In reflecting on his storied career, Sgt. Pallas highlighted about the importance of developing close relationships with family, friends, and people of the same mindset. “In law enforcement, fire services and first responders in general, because of the nature of the work, we just have a different kind of closeness because we experience so many things that are very sensitive. I won’t say that we have a better kind of closeness because everybody in their professions have their closeness. However, having that relationship builds that - that good life of connecting under a common purpose. To me, the good life is knowing at the end of the day that the work that you do means something at the end of a career. It’s a “well done” and knowing that everything that one would do has meaning when a career comes to an end,” said Sgt. Pallas. • urbantoadmedia.com / THE GOOD LIFE / 35