Three years ago, operating a home-based family business in the small town of New Castle probably wasn’t on Drake Hatfield’s radar.
But then again, Hatfield’s life has been far from the usual.
He grew up in Panama, where his parents worked as missionaries to “plant” churches. When he was 5 years old in 1989, the U.S. military invaded that country and captured its leader, Manuel Noriega. His parents told him he slept through the bombing.