Subsequent to graduating from Borah High, I enrolled in Boise State College for one year after
which I transferred to Washington State University. Here I completed a five year curriculum in
Architecture, receiving a Bachelor of Architecture in 1970.
Subsequent to graduation, I lived and worked in Seattle and Oregon gaining critical architectural
experience before relocating (in the early 70ʼs) to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This is
where I put down roots, became a registered Architect and principal in an Architectural firm for
more than 30 years until retirement in 2007.
I currently live and play in Vancouver with my common law partner of 38 years; golfing, traveling,
and spending our winters in Palm Desert.
I am healthy and life is good.