Jay Gutierrez spent 20 years in the Air Force and Army as an F-16 and helicopter engine mechanic. He has received many awards and has plenty of stories. One day on a flying mission he discovered some turquoise and made some jewelry out of it to give to friends. After discovering that those stones were emitting radiation, he tried to buy them back, but his friends wanted to keep them, thinking they were actually keeping them healthy! Since then, Jay has made it his life’s mission to help others be aware of the positive energies of these stones and their radiation.
Jay is considered an expert in the field of “Natural Radiation Hormesis.” Jay and his wife Faye have a facility in a Colorado ghost town, and their company, Night Hawk Minerals, is the only U.S. operation that they know of which actively promotes the use of Hormesis. Jay works with his colleague Dr. D’Angelo, who is his Medical Director and Parapsychologist for their clients. Jay and Dr. D’Angelo have coauthored the book, “Because People Are Dying.” For more information, please visit: http://nighthawkminerals.com/ or http://www.becausepeoplearedying.com/index.htm.
Keith is a proud Delaware Democrat. He is a man who feels the voters are much smarter than they’re given credit for. Keith was born in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area in 1972. An area known for its grit, resolve, and steadfast sense of community, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton provided for Keith a childhood etched with Stone-Coal values: integrity, hard work, respect for his fellow man, and a toughness that would welcome any and all challenges. It laid his foundation for the road ahead. He cemented that very foundation by earning the distinction of Eagle Scout. This is where high principles fused with a strong character, became the brace and backbone for his personal and political manner.
Keith was recruited out of college – and from a union job – to work in the field of Fire Safety, a move that would provide a vocational gear shift away from a film and television calling he had been pursuing, and included a transfer to Southern California. Little did he know that he was also driving the 2,714.5 miles to meet his future wife, Lolita.
Months later an opportunity with the Los Angeles Times in their training and logistics division presented itself, bringing him back to the world of media. This would keep him on the west coast for another three years until he got a seemingly ordinary call from back east that would lead to him to the land of the Small Wonder. Keith and Lolita loaded up the car and drove cross-country to Delaware in 1999 where they fell quickly for the charm of The First State.
A move to the field of mobile telecommunications laid ahead next for Keith when in 2000 he purchased a Delaware wireless dealership which he then expanded to multiple locations. In the years following, Keith served on multiple Delaware community focused boards and was subsequently elected chairman of them, handing over the reins at the culmination of his tenure.
In the summer of 2011, Keith sold the business and set his new course, focusing on a campaign for the United States Senate.