I retired from consulting in 2005 and now live in Tucson, AZ.  Now my days are spent working on my computer, swimming, growing cactus and occasional hike in the Sonora Desert.

I have a new activity started in 2015.  I use my computer skills to create websites for non-profit charities.   I have completed 7 projects.   The groups range from after-school programs, save water, eyeglasses, library Nobel winners, social mental health, and homeless.

I an active in local politics with both candidates I worked orf were elected in nasty hard fought campaigns.  It is little wonder the electorate is disappointed in politics.   

My career was jump-started by an Alamosa Elks club scholarship.   As soon as I began earning, my wife and I began to pay it back.  In the early days only $10-20/year which has grown as our wealth grew.  Our annual  gift to Adams State ls in the thousands and similar amounts to Kansas State.  These gifts are matched 50% by IBM. Both universities are included in our wills.

Many alumni identify with and support sports teams. My wife and I have elected to direct our gifts to the academic areas, I believe the purpose of colleges and universities is to train future leaders, teachers, social workers, and those who improve life. 
In my opinion,  there are enough overpaid athletic players, coaches, and expensive stadiums.

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