Born 1945, Richmond, VA. Born again 1997, McLean, VA. S.B. (1965), S.M. (1966), Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT. Sc.D. (1975), Instrumentation and System Engineering, MIT. Former president of a small engineering firm; system engineer and program director for several large, mid-size, and small businesses, as well as NASA and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Principal area of expertise: air traffic control automation and radar systems. Retired in 2011. Attempting to be a good steward of the resources with which God has blessed me. Use analytical skills to invest in relatively conservative vehicles, focusing on income-producing, low-risk securities. As a born-again believer in what Christ did for me a couple of millennia ago, and as a three-time graduate of MIT, subscribe to the fact that faith and science are totally compatible.