I have been Making artificial limbs for 40 years, own my business in Madison Wisconsin. divorced 2008 , paying for kids college , a bit of travel. I like fast cars still, always shopping for the next toy. I don't miss Chicago traffic.
Favorite Lane Memory:
I liked being a small fish in a big pond. I think I graduated 1536 out of 1600. I worked my way through college and got better grades because I needed the good student discount on my auto insurance. Losing my virginity to a classmate on my way to work. I never thought it would happen.
cars, sailing,work, being sober
Accomplishments Since Graduation:
staying out of prison, becoming a board certified prosthetist at age 21. having two great boys. My oldest was a Wisconsin state champion diver in high school, youngest was runner up two years in a row. Way more distinguished than my swimming career at Lane.
How did Lane Tech influence your life?
My success in finding my profession is due to going to Lane and all the shop classes (and delivering pizzas to a house of ill repute at Division and Rush streets senior year).