I am a resident of York, Maine, where I grew up (more or less) and where my wonderful wife and I raised our two children (currently in their
twenties thirties). Now we enjoy spoiling our two three beautiful granddaughters.
I am an unrepentant jack of
all many trades and master of exactly none.
My day job is coordinator of information systems for the Center for Career Development, which is part of the Maine Community College System. Some of my previous jobs have been teacher, coach, electrician, trainer, and apprentice program administrator.
In my spare time, I teach teach an occasional class at York County Community College (such as Ethics and Contemporary Society). In 2013, I retired (after 33 years) from officiating high school basketball. Real retirement is a shimmering mirage in the distance.
My hobbies include photography, hiking, bicycling, kayaking, gardening, beekeeping, chicken wrangling, and hanging at the beach.
Current quote on the wall:
Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever.
– Mahatma Gandhi