After leaving LTHS I earned my undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University, graduating in 1967. I entered the Air Force as a second lieutenant in the summer of 1968, and married Meg on December 23, 1968. Meg and I met at Valporaiso University. In the Air Force I started out in pilot training but ended up being trained as a Titan II Missile Combat Crew Commander. I performed my active-duty at Little Rock Air Force Base in Little Rock, Arkansas, and was honorably discharged as a captain in early 1973. Meg and I then moved to Columbus, Ohio for a couple of years, but in early 1975 I decided I wanted to go to law school, so we returned to Little Rock and I earned my JD degree at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) law school, graduating in January 1979. Jesus Christ is my Savior and the biggest decision in my life came in May 1979 when I asked God in prayer to let me know what I should do with the rest of my life and told God that I would do it if He would let me know. He did, and the rest of our life has been an interesting journey that led us to Phoenix, Arizona and then to Tucson, where we currently live in a suburb called Oro Valley. Most of my legal career was spent working as a hospital attorney, most recently for the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson, as their vice president in-house attorney, where I served for 19 years. I retired from that position in January 2010. I still work about 12 hours a week providing pro bono Christian legal assistance to residents of the Tucson Gospel Rescue Mission men's and women's centers. My wife Meg worked as a preschool teacher for more than 20 years, and she is now also retired. Along the way in our life together we have had our two children, Sarah and Matt, who live in Payson and Phoenix, Arizona, respectively. We also have four grandsons and one granddaughter. Meg and I have been active in churches over the years and I served as the teaching leader of the Tucson evening men's Bible Study Fellowship class for six years.
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