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Steve was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and grew up in Ashley, a small town just outside of W-B in northeast PA.  He graduated from Hanover Area High School in 1987 and went to Penn State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 1991.

While attending Penn State, Steve went through the Air Force Reserve Officer's Training Corps and was commissioned a second lieutenant on May 17th, 1991.  His first assignment was to Scott Air Force Base in Illinois (just to the east of Saint Louis) in September 1991.  In January of 1996, Steve transferred to Langley AFB in Hampton, Virginia.  After spending a little over four years at Langley, cumlinating as the Deputy Year 2000 Project Manager for ACC, Steve was assigned as the flight commander for software development at the 53d Computer Systems Squadron at Eglin AFB in northwest Florida.

In May of 2002, after being promoted to the rank of major, Steve decided to separate from the Air Force and pursue a civilian career.  He was fortunate to be hired as a software engineering consultant at his old unit - the 53d CSS.  He's been working there as a consultant ever since, most recently working on software for the F-22 and F-35 fighters.

In his spare time, Steve also works on a side-business - Professional Computing Solutions -- with his two partners Tim and Jeff (friends from Langley AFB).  They do some web hosting, web site design, and other software development.  Steve is also actively involved in the local chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association, serving as the webmaster (go figure!)  Additionally, Steve would love to resume his love of woodworking but time just doesn't allow for that right now.  Lately a major hobby of Steve's has been defensive pistol shooting (thanks to Peggy's dad and brother) with the International Defensive Pistol Association.  He recently assumed webmaster responsibilities for the local NW Florida Defensive Pistol Shooters club and the Escambia River Muzzleloaders range.  For two years or so, Steve has been on council at our church -- Trinity United Methodist -- in Fort Walton Beach, serving as the technology committee chair and the church webmaster.  Finally, Steve also hosts and maintains the website for our neighborhood --  So that makes what, like a half-dozen or more websites?  No wonder there isn't much time for!

About Steve
Birthday - November 4th

Click here to view Steve's Woodworking Project Album

Steve's Links
Penn State
PSUAA Emerald Coast
NW Florida Defensive Pistol Shooters
ERML Gun Club
Bayshore Place
Trinity UMC
Glock Safe-Action Pistols

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