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Graduated from Chico State with a Bachelors in Civil Engineering in 1971 an MBA from the University of Utah in 1972 and a Masters in Public Health Engineering from the University of Hawaii in 1979.
He served with US Public Health Service as an Civil Engineer attached to the Indian Health Service where I was responsible for the design and construction of water and sewer facilities on Indian Reservations throughout the country.
During my time with the Indian Health Service I was stationed in Aberdeen, SD , Sioux City, IA , Washington, DC , Gallup, NM and Escondido, CA. During the latter part of my career with the USPHS I was attached to the National Park Service as a Public Health Consultant. In that capacity I was responsible for the review of all public health programs in the parks in my geographical area of responsibility. During my time with the Park Service I was stationed in Washington DC and San Francisco CA. As a Public Health Consultant with the NPS I reviewed all programs in the parks which related public health including water and sewer facilities, food service facilities, hazardous waste, vector and vector control, lead, radon and any other programs in the park which would have an effect on public health.
I Retired from the USPublic Health Service in 1995. Since that time I have worked as a substitute teacher in the Temecula, Murrieta and Lake Elsinore school districts. I have also worked as a Forensic Engineer investigating and reconstructing highway accidents.
I am currently very active in the Rotary Club of Temecula and have been since 1996. I like working with my hands and currently ride approximately 130 miles a week on bicycle