Personal Interests and Characteristics:



Work Ethic:

Personal Time:

  • Personable
  • Hard Working
  • Avid Reader of Diverse Literature
  • Gregarious
  • Serious Minded
  • Gardening
  • Intensely Curious
  • Methodical yet Flexible, orthogonal(1)
  • Fishing & Boating, Sailing
  • Fun-Loving
  • Mindful of the Company's Interests
  • Musical Performance
  • Easy-Going
  • Frugal with Company Resources
  • Genealogical Research
  • Loyal
  • Not averse to getting my hands dirty
  • Website Design





Seeking New Challenges

Not Afraid to Say "I Don't Know"



(1) or·thog·o·nal      Pronunciation Key  (ôr-thg-nl)
  1. Relating to or composed of right angles.
  2. Mathematics.
    1. Of or relating to a matrix whose transpose equals its inverse.
    2. Of or relating to a linear transformation that preserves the length of vectors.

      adj. [from mathematics] Mutually independent; well separated; sometimes, irrelevant to. Used in a generalization of its mathematical meaning to describe sets of primitives or capabilities that, like a vector basis in geometry, span the entire `capability space' of the system and are in some sense
      non-overlapping or mutually independent.
      For example, in architectures such as the PDP-11 or VAX where all or nearly all registers can be used interchangeably in any role with respect to any instruction, the register set is said to be orthogonal. Or, in logic, the set of operators `not' and `or' is orthogonal, but the set `nand', `or', and `not' is not (because any one of these can be expressed in terms of the others). Source: Emphasis added.