Cory Mikhals

Cory Mikhals

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Cory was born and adopted in Los Angeles, but his parents retired when he was 7 and moved to Oroville, CA. Growing up on the lake, he learned to fish and loved to water ski!

Cory has worked in Oklahoma, Oregon and was most recently Operations Manager in Monterrey, California for 7 years before deciding to move his family to Idaho in 2002.

When not spending time with family and friends, Cory was on the Board of Directors for the Special Olympics of Idaho, working on Camp River Run (a camp for kids with life threatening illnesses), helping the American Red Cross of Idaho, the March of Dimes, Safari Club, the Children’s Miracle Network, Habitat for Humanity or planning this year’s Adopt A Family week. Cory also developed and implemented the “Cover the Blue” food drive, covering the blue turf of Boise State University with canned goods to benefit the Idaho Food Bank.

“This is my home, I love it and will do anything to make it the best it can be!”

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    Worthington BLOG: Being the Little Brother

    Worthington BLOG: Being the Little Brother

    When I was a kid, I often was invited to the movies with my older brothers. NOT ALWAYS, but on occasion, either my Mom bribed them or forced them to take little Ricky to the movies. It should not come as a surprise that my older brothers would take one of those opportunities to scare…

    Worthington BLOG: Doorbell Ditch Karma

    Worthington BLOG: Doorbell Ditch Karma

    Blog: Doorbell Ditch Karma by Rick Worthington   Forgive me, please. You see, I was a good kid for the most part, but I did doorbell ditch houses for fun a few times. Not many times, but I did it. Not familiar with the art of the Doorbell Ditch? It works like this… Step 1:…

    Friday Night Lights for Boise State

    Friday Night Lights for Boise State

      Friday Night Lights for Boise State Blog By: Rick Worthington   The latest TV schedule for the Mountain West has been announced, and once again this year, Boise State will have a prominent position on Friday night. The Broncos’ home games against both Marshall (Friday, Sept. 6) and Air Force (Friday, Sept. 20) will…

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