Grandfather's store, everything needed to run a small grocery store
Step-father's bakery, washed pots pans and made 36 dozen doughnuts totally at age 9
Western Union Bicycle telegram delivery using bike I built out of the Junk Yard
US Air Force Sergeant at age 20, enlisted at 17 right out of High School, Flight Simulator Tech
IBM Keypunch and banking machine Customer Engineer at age 21
RCA Main Frame Computer Tech on first IC Computer RCA Spectra 70 Model 45
Washington University School of Medicine, Biomedical Computer Laboratory Senior Electronic Technician, Built (physically constructed) first Computer to monitor the human heart in real time.
I had a full 4 year scholarship to Washington U. in Electrical Engineering, but only went 1 year...
Various Senior Electronics tech jobs with companies such as Collins Radio, Lundy Corp. Emerson Electric and National Semi-Conductor.
Chairman of the Region 7 of the SBA delegation to the White House Conference on Small Business in 1981
Service Manager for ComputerLand Stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, supervised about 15 techs.
Started an Auto-Cad turnkey computers sales company, then with Partner took a 15K loan and started Professional Systems Corporation with annual sales of over 1.3 million.
Reveled my business model to my client with his company Transport Administrative Services, developed software for business processes and other enrichment's such as predictive modeling for database data-mining.
Worked in the Detroit area doing various programming jobs and was the Technical Sales manager for JJ and Associates for 4 years.
Last job, worked, with Aurthur Anderson, now Accenture to close the Dealer Accounting division of General Motors in 2000. Documented ALL of the division's business processes for transfer to Accenture
I built an Transistorized 746 watt Audio Power Amplifier about 30 years ago and I am currently building a lower powered version now. I also make and bake Great Lasagna and Lemon Pies
I have over 50 years of Electronic/Computer/Business experience.