Daniel Viezbicke, an M.Div. student and devilishly fine looking fellow, sports a red beard. Married clean-shaven, he has since given manliness the run of his face; his wife, hesitant at first, now can't get enough of him.
Jacob Hanby, voted by his high school class "most likely to surpass Chuck Norris in manliness," sports a dark beard. He is betrothed to one of the many women who crave his beard.
Scott Cline, the scholarly community's foremost Dr. Seuss authority, sports the beard after which Tolkein modeled Gandalf's. His beard leaves him feeling insecure, since his wife seems to love it over him.