After retirement from Kansas State University, where I taught in the Computer Science Department, the priorities in my life took a drastic change.
Family, Flyfishing, Church, and the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) came to the top. These things were in no particular order, it just depended on what’s hot and what’s not at any given point in time . . .
I served as President, Operations Officer, and Treasurer of the Fort Riley/Central Kansas Chapter of the Association of the United States Army. I resigned in December, 2016, after almost 15 years with AUSA.
Since I haven’t yet figured out how to slow down, I have now accepted the role of Honorary Adjutant of the 4th Cavalry Regiment. My major functions todate have been overseeing the Distinguished Member of the Regiment program and organizing the first Regimental reunion. I am looking forward to my continued service to the Regiment and the US Army.
My flyfishing has fallen off considerably this year, while my woodworking has increased. It seems as though time is passing more and more quickly each year. Is it too much work or just old age setting in? Hmmm . . .