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I started at Eisenhower College where I met my best friend, Tina, who became my wife in our junior year (1980). When Eisenhower merged with RIT, we took the semester off to get married and transferred to William Penn College in Iowa. There, we received my degree and our daughter Sarah about three weeks apart. Needing a job and wanting to be closer to family, we returned to Fairport shortly after that. Two years later, our second daughter, Cora, was born which was followed by a move to Victor where we have been ever since.
As for career, I spent five years at the State School at Industry working with juveniles and after picking up my MPA at Brockport, spent 14 years as CEO of a nonprofit mental health agency and four as President of an agency working with people with traumatic brain injury. Wanting a change, I attempted to work with a group of private doctors in managing their pediatric practice. After a year and half of trying to manage their conflicting egos, I left, took a few months off and then went to work as the Director of Operations for Rochester General Hospital’s Behavioral Health Network. I am enjoying being a medium size fish in a big pond after years as the big fish in some small ponds. Tina went back to college after the girls entered school and earned her BS and two masters degrees. She is currently a school psychologist in Spencerport.
As for personal life, Tina and I are empty nesting, doting grandparents. Sarah went to Alfred University, married Ryan, who she went to high school with and has given us two amazing friends to spend time with, Brodie (2006) and Alyssa (2007). She is an art teacher in Binghamton and we try to see them all as often as possible. Cora went on to James Madison University, graduated with a degree in archeology and was married a few months later to Mike who was ROTC. An officer’s wife, she was taken off to Anchorage, Alaska for two years, had a short stint in Arizona and is now near Fort Lewis in Washington. She will likely be there for a few years. Mike is now on his second deployment to Iraq and scheduled to be home later this year.
Basketball has been over for me as a player for about ten years but I am still a fan and often watched college games via telephone with Cora. Golf is a poor substitute but it’s about all my knees can handle.
You probably can tell that family is the biggest part of my life and has been for some time. Currently I am considering what the next big thing may be, but for now spending time with Tina, children and grandchildren is keeping me busy and happy enough.
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