"A brief summary of the past 50 years: After NDHS I graduated from Notre Dame in engineering, spent time in the Marine Corps, and returned to Notre Dame for a M.S. Following that I went on for a Ph.D. (Harvard), taught
there for four years, then worked for an environmental consulting firm in Cambridge.
I was married in Cambridge in the late 70's and, in 1980, my wife (Rosemary), our son (Andrew), and I moved to Boulder, Colorado where I was the Rocky Mountain director of an environmental organization.
For the last several years I'm been a consultant to a number of environmental organizations, a group of state and federal judges who deal with western water issues, and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Rosemary is a psychotherapist with a private practice here, and our son (a graduate of Kenyon College) lives in New York City and is the administrative and
research assistant to the director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College (one of the colleges that is part of the City University of New York).
I plan to try to make the reunion in October."