Omaha, Nebraska resident since 1975. Born in DuBois, Pennsylvania, December 29, 1941.
BA in Applied Art, 1963, Penn State University. Football team student manager 1960-61-62.
Retired USAFR colonel. 12 years active duty, 16 in the reserves. Overseas tours in Vietnam and Germany. Have two pieces in the Air Force Art Collection.
Retired free lance artist and instructor of illustration, layout, typography, and advertising design. Illustrations printed in several national magazines.
Designed, illustrated, hand set type for, and printed my own letterpress chap book.
Aspiring poet with one poem published in Plainsongs. Two photographs published in the book, Misbehaving Nebraskans.
Skier and pickleball player. Life Member of Penn State Alumni Association and Air Force Association. President of Top Flight Badminton Club. 31 consecutive years as Cornhusker State Games Badminton Sport Director.
Wife and I raise Columbia sheep. Two granddaughters: ten and eight.
I was born in Philadelphia, PA and grew up in Abington, PA graduating for Abington H.S. in 1979. After High School, I attended the Pennsylvania State University graduating in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Quantitative Business Analysis.
After graduation, I’ve spent the last 35 years splitting time between the Health/Life Insurance and Telecommunication business sectors. Currently I’m working for a leading Telecommunications Company managing key Client relationships.
My wife (Kelly), son (Ryan), and daughter (Megan) have been living in Omaha, NE since 1994.
I was born and raised in Lebanon, PA. My wife, Pamela, and I were married in November 1987. Together, we have two wonderful daughters, Emily 25, and Lauryn 21. Since August 1997 we have lived in Omaha, NE.
I graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Food Science within the College of Agriculture.
While in college, I participated in two internships: 1) as a microbiology laboratory technician for Penn Dairies Inc., Lancaster, PA. and 2) as a special assistant for the Bureau of Foods and Chemistry, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Harrisburg, PA.
Upon graduating from Penn State University in 1985, I accepted a position with the Campbell Soup Company, Swanson Division, in Pocomoke City and Salisbury, MD, as a Supervisory Inspector of Quality Control.
In July 1987, I joined the Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), as a Food Technologist. While in this position, I inspected several medium to large processing and slaughter/processing combination establishments producing a variety of meat and poultry products in the Reading/Lancaster, PA area.
I was born in New York City, but grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY. After graduating high school, I attended Penn State University at University Park, earning a bachelor’s (’85) and master’s degree (’94) in meteorology from Penn State and a master’s degree (’05) in national resource strategy from the National Defense University in Washington, DC.
Upon graduation from the Air Force ROTC program at Penn State in 1985, I was commissioned a weather officer and assigned to Offutt Air Force Base, NE. After a variety of assignments both overseas and in the US, I returned to Offutt in 2008 until retirement from the Air Force in 2014.
In 2015, I began my career as an Edward Jones Financial Advisor. My branch is located in Bellevue, NE.
My family and I have lived in Bellevue since 2008. I am a member of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, Bellevue-Offutt Kiwanis Club, and Heartland of America Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America.
Born into a military family, I have lived in many places around the world. But Pennsylvania was always our home state. I graduated from Penn State in 1986 with a Hotel and Restaurant degree. I moved to NE with Ruby Tuesdays in 1992 and have lived here since. Met and married Carrie Parker and we have three fantastic kids, Jaxon, Abbie and Rosie (A & R are twins!). I have converted all of them to be Penn State fans even though Jaxon currently attends The University of Colorado in Boulder and the girl are now at UNO. Carrie and I go back “Home” to catch a game at Beaver Stadium every year and try to see a ladies volleyball game or two. We also try for an away game yearly, somewhere, to support the team. We have been part of the local Alumni Chapter since almost the beginning and have loved the watch parties and mostly the wonderful people who attend.
Born in Baltimore, grew up in Reisterstown, MD. Attended Penn State University after high school graduation in 1976. Dormitory Intramural Badminton Champion in 1979 and 1980 while at Penn State. Graduated from Penn State in March 1981 with a BS – Civil Engineering. Started work with Missouri Pacific Railroad on March 16, 1981 in St Louis,MO. Relocated five times during my career with Missouri Pacific / Union Pacific Railroad. Lived in St. Louis, New Orleans, Houston, Dallas Ft Worth, Houston and Omaha, NE. Retired from Union Pacific Railroad on May 31, 2018 as Director of Construction after 37 years of service. Life Member of Penn State Alumni Association. Met my wife, Anne Metzger Lloyd (Class of 81) at Dan Patrick’s Sports Bar (Houston, TX) during a Penn State Football watch party. Currently enjoying retirement with lots of travel with my wife of 30 years. Also enjoying more golf, boating near Yankton, SD, training for half marathon runs up Pikes Peak, wine country visits to Sonoma, CA and attending more PSU Football Games.