Madison, NJ: school days
Andover, NJ: camper
Geneva, NY, Hobart: student, instructor
Baltimore; Johns Hopkins, student
Ames, Iowa: student
Schenectady; Union: professor
I’m retired since 2000, so don’t ask for money or advice.
I am family, cook, photographer, Episcopalian, gardener, plus a few other things such as puzzle doer (Ken-ken, Sudoku, Star Battle), and probably a few other things. I read the New York times and the Schenectady Gazette most every day.
Patricia, my wife for the past 65 years, died on the 19th of May 2023 after a long bout with Lewy Body dementia. I am very sad that she had that terrible disease, but her death was a release and a blessing. She was an amazing person in so many ways, in her love of her family, her dedication to her ministry as a deacon in the Episcopal Church, and as my partner for so many years. Her earthly remains are in the columbarium at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Schenectady, where she served as a Deacon.
Welcome to my website. It’s organized through the links at the top of the page.