Attended URI following graduation from CHSE with a number of East grads. Upon that graduation, I was invited by the United States government to travel and do interesting things. I chose the Air Force and was stationed in (then) West Germany from 1972 to 1974, followed by an assignment to California.
I left the Air Force in 1975, feeling I didn't look that good in blue, and attended law school in Sacramento, graduating in 1978. I operated a solo law practice, primarily domestic relations aka divorce, for just over twenty one years which was my life's limit.
In an attempt to reorient my life, following my love for books, I then worked in the Sacramento Public Library for almost 15 years, retiring in August of 2015 to assure I was available for my daughter who was entering kindergarten. (Yup, that's right). I am now a stay at home Dad/taxi driver/homework helper/cook/etc.
I have stayed in touch and visit frequently with Henry Gustavesen. I am longtime FB friends with Kenny Sullivan. At one point I was in contact with Art Cohen, who moved to North Carolina, but I've since lost track. I had an occasional e-mail from Ernie Silva while he was at USD. Mo Mancini was a source of great support and advice during my prostate cancer adventure and remains a good friend. And I've spent over 35 years trying to ascertain from Michael Chemel why he won't talk to me.
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