Hunter Jordan's life started out like most children do. Hunter was born to Martin and Jessica Jordan in 1980 in Malibu, California, the second child of three. The family lead a pretty active lifestyle - their father owned Jordan Airlines, flying all over the world, and so at a young age Hunter was hit with a love of flying. For Hunter this also meant he was gaining a love of business as well, wanting to become a pilot like his father and maybe eventually take over the family company. So he studied hard and he worked his way through school at the family company, making sure he could earn his own money and make sure he earned what could be coming to him. Granted, these were all small jobs, working in the mail room, doing small odd jobs, but it was a good honest living, and he was earning his keep. But Hunter was dying to do something more
When he was 18, he had decided he wanted to become a pilot and so he joined the US Air Force. At first, it was hard to be away from his family and friends, but he soon learned to make his own friends in the USAF. He studied hard while in the USAF, and managed to work towards a degree when he wasn't flying or going on missions. The amount of pride that he had in serving his country and serving with the USAF helped to form Hunter into the man that he is today. When he turned 28, after ten years in the USAF, Hunter left to work for his family's company. It was interesting to get back into Boston, to try to live a civilian life, and for a little bit, Hunter very clearly struggled. He missed the camaraderie that came with the USAF, and it wasn't something he was really getting at home.
He tried working for Jordan Airlines in a corporate capacity for a while, but the corporate life just wasn't for him. So for a few years, Hunter was a pilot for his family's airline, flying all over the world and once more feeling like he was back being who he was in the USAF. But with all good things, it didn't last. Working for his family's company wasn't going to last for forever, and he was getting bored. Sure, flying everywhere was amazing, but it was a job. He wanted to travel on his own terms, explore on his own terms. So, after a long conversation with his father, Hunter left the company and left commercial piloting behind, and started to travel across the country, and then the world.
Eventually, Hunter found himself landing in Boston, Massachusetts. It was different than the type of life he had in Hawaii and California, and so it wasn't as laid back as he was used to, but the people far more colorful there. The more he hung around Boston, the more he realized he wouldn't mind starting fresh there. Back home in California, people knew who he was. Here in Massachusetts, people didn't really know him. They didn't know the life he had lived, they didn't know what he had been through in the air force, who his family was. He was just the new guy in the city, looking for a place to live and a job.
Being a rather social person, Hunter landed on a bartending job, and he's been hopping from bar to bar working ever since. Currently, he's employed at City Tap
in Fort Point, Boston after it opened in the winter of 2016. In his free time, Hunter likes to be active - be it rock climbing, mountain biking, or participating in triathlons, Hunter has always lived a very active lifestyle. He's always felt that life is way too short to just be sitting on the couch, and this is also partly why he had enjoyed the US Air Force as much as he did. He was able to explore the world, go on adventures, and never had a dull moment. Now that Hunter is a civilian, he tries his best to continue to live his life with no dull moments, but work does seem to put a damper on that from time to time. Granted, he has a rather social job, and he's not the best at going into work all the time, but he tries. Well, he tries enough
Since landing in Boston, Hunter has believed he's made a pretty decent name for himself, he's got a good group of friends, and he's got even a few exes under his belt (but he swears he's not a womanizer, he's just really friendly, he swears it!) but it's all good. Life is pretty good right now, and he's happy to be where he is. He does miss being a pilot here and there, but he keeps in close contact with his family, and every now and then, when he's home and the weather is just right, he does what he loves the most: he flies.