Well, if you have come to this page to find out about me, then it would make one wonder just how bored you are! No, just kidding. I hope you enjoy learning a little about me and the things I find interesting.

For starters, I was born in the small southeastern Idaho town of Grace. Actually, I was really born in the neighboring town of Soda Springs because Grace did not have a hospital. After my first year of life, the family moved to Ogden, Utah where we lived for eight years.

I was lucky enough to have a father who coached basketball, and after his coaching years at Weber State in Ogden we moved to Chicago where Dad and the family started a 25-year N.B.A. career. We lived in the suburbs of Chicago for eight years before we moved to the Washington D.C. area. I finished high school in Maryland in 1977 and started my own life. You can learn about my educational and professional experiences by reading my resume'.

I have several personal hobbies and interests that I pursue now that I am grown and in the midst of my career and life. The one interest that seems to drive all I do is learning new things. I am a firm believer that learning never stops and is only limited by your interests and motivation. I learned how to fly airplanes in 1994, and I am now a commercial/instrument rated pilot who enjoys flying for the fun and the love of it.

Other interests I have include fishing, camping, photography, and most other outdoor activities. I also like to watch NASCAR, N.F.L. football, tennis, and the Yankees, but the only sport I seem to participate in is running. I can't say I really enjoy it, but I am fond of keeping fit and running does the trick for me.

My two children, Kyle and Kami Jo, are grown and away from home and, they bring a great deal of joy, happiness, anger, pride, and love into my life. Besides my children, flying, fishing, and photography the next greatest hobby I have is teaching math, coaching basketball, and in general working with young people. There is not much in this world that compares to helping young adults succeed.

Thank you for taking the time to learn a bit about me. I hope you will never stop learning.