Jeffrey Lamont Gunter was born to North Carolina on March 2, 1979 at Pitt Memorial Hospital which is currently known as Vidant. He was raised around the Falkland Farmville area along with his older sibling. He would go on and attend Falkland Elementary School at the age of five. By the age of fifteen his mother stepfather and older brother left the town of Falkland and headed for the city limits in the town of Farmville NC. He attended Farmville Middle School from sixth grade to eighth grade, then there was another move to a bigger city with a few more options and opportunities. After moving to the famous Old River Road located in Greenville, North Carolina he attended North Pitt High School, along with his brother and cousin. Jeffrey Gunter was a great student in all classes even joined JROTC, he was very athletic his ninth-grade year he was running a 4.28 forty-yard dash. His coach ramped about how fast his time was and asked, ”Why the HELL you not on my football and track team? RUN IT AGAIN!! “I think you can do it in four flat and if you do, we going to the super bowl’’. So, he walked back to the starting line set up and waited on his coaches’ word…. then coach shouted GO!! He took off head back and mind focused all he could hear was the sound of the wind rushing swiftly pass his ears as if he had his head out the window of a car and all of a sudden BOOM!!! His classmate takes off and tried to cut across his running path before he got to the finish. The sound it made was like dropping bricks she went into the air hit the ground and started rolling, it was a sad accident and no one was injured just shook up coach said he think I would have made the four flat. He dropped out due to an unknow illness his eleventh-grade year and started work at McDonald’s. At the age of twenty he got married and fathered two kids during his marriage. He eventually he began working at Karastan in 2004 and divorced 2007. In 2009 he attended Altitude Academy Barber School and he was delighted to have Mr. Rodney Bullock as his instructor. He attended for nine months graduated and went on to get my apprentice license and worked under Mr. Alfred Peterson for one year and obtained his registered license. Jeffrey Gunter continued to perfect his craft and skill and has become a well- known barber. Through the course of his professionalism he has meet some remarkably interesting and positive people that believe not only in his craft of cutting, but him as a person and he is thankful that you guys are in his corner. Here are a few words of advice to live by. If you ever get a plan and a goal set in your mind…focus on it be willing to put in the foot work, no matter what because I did, and I am still climbing.