Transcript for Arizona Powerball Jackpot Winner Identified
It's time for better news. Good news for one arizona man. We're talking about the huge winner of that record powerball jackpot. He's an arizona dad, who is sharing that almost $600 million prize. We know his name and his friends and his neighbors are speaking out. Abc's ryan owens has the story. Reporter: Meet matt good. As in good luck. Good fortune. And according to his close friends, a good guy. Just a very personable, nice guy. He's always out there trying to help somebody. Reporter: The 37-year-old is a manager at an electronics company. And says he'll keep his job for now. He lives with his wife and young daughter in this home in phoenix. Just fabulous people. Reporter: Lottery officials say good did exactly what someone who won $192 million should. He hired a team of attorneys and financial advisers. And disappeared from the public eye. We have an arizona winner. Reporter: Arizona lottery big-wigs held a news conference last week. But state law didn't require him to attend. So, he didn't. And issued this statement. We have extremely grateful and feel fortunate to now have an increased ability to support our charities and causes. Good is taking the cash option now, telling lottery officials he's worried his taxes will go up even more if the politicians bickering in d.C. Push the country over the fiscal cliff. He'll be fine either way. But we're not so sure about that worker caught on tape celebrating in a maryland gas station. Remember him? Everyone thought he had the winning ticket. It turns out, he didn't have the goods. Mr. Good did. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. Had some fun with that. Gets to pay those taxes, huh? Would -- arizona does not require you to reveal yourself. Would you? No. Would you stay anonymous? Yes. I would. We have to move on. There's no way any of you could be anonyus if you won. Forget about it. All right.
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