Jim Trethewey

US Address:
2373 NW 185th. Ave. #227
Hillsboro, OR  97124-7499

  Direccin en Mxico:
Las Cascadas 331
Colonos del Pedregal
Cabo San Lucas, BCS  C.P. 23453
Home: +1 503-805-2856
Work: +1 503-264-4636
  Tl: +52 624 143 7607
Email: jim.r.trethewey@intel.com   Email: jimtrethewey@prodigy.net.mx
Web: http://www.alfirin.net/flamer/resume.html

Goals:

I am responsible for platform architecture of Intel-Architecture concept PC's, and am not looking for a new position; thanks go out to everyone who contacted me to date.

Work History:

 

June 1983 - date

Intel Corporation, 5200 NE Elam Young Parkway, Hillsboro, OR 97124-6497

April 2013 - date

Professional Engineer - Platform Architecture, PC Client Group (PCCG) Client Systems Engineering (CSE) Innovation Development Vehicles (IDV).
  • Lead architect for a discrete implementation of the USB Type C "Port Chip" subsystem.
  • Lead architect for the "Blitboard" auxiliary display subsystem design which incorporates an E-Ink display with touchscreen into the secondary (back) side of laptop PCs and tablet PCs.

July 2002 - April 2013

Staff Software Engineer, Mobile Platform Group (MPG) Mobile Platform Solutions Division (MPSD) later called the PC Client Group (PCCG) PC Client Solutions Division (PCSD).
  • Lead software architect for the "Guerneville" HID-compliant Sensor Hub module for 2012. Designed and prototyped O/S-agnostic Sensor Hub from 2009 to 2011, which was later productized in 2012 as the "Intel Sensor Solution" and incorporated into 9 OEM designs of "Haswell" generation mobile PCs running Windows 8 (typically consumer models), Windows 7 (typically corporate models), Android, and other Linux O/S variants. Lead editor of the USB-IF sponsored HID Sensor Specification, with contributions from Microsoft and ST Microelectronics.
    Subsequently, prototyped two derivative Sensor Hub embodiments: (1) a HID-over-I2C to HID-over-USB real-time translator for keyboard, trackpad, and touchscreen; (2) a Bluetooth and Sensor-based active touchscreen or touch-less stylus called "Wireless Wand".
  • Lead software architect for the "Blue Bluff" educational tablet PC concept for 2010.
  • Lead software architect for the "Tangent Bay" concept notebook for 2009-2010. Tangent Bay is a laptop incorporating three auxiliary displays with touchscreen positioned in the area between the keyboard and hinge. The displays are able to display interactive 3D "desktop gadgets" using the WDF technology introducted with Microsoft Windows Vista.
  • Lead software architect for the "Tiger Creek" family ("Creative Canvas" and "UrbanMAX") concept notebooks for 2008-2009. 
    • "Creative Canvas" is a mobile workstation designed for artists and CAD designers: with a 17" diagonal wide-gamut 1920x1200 main LCD screen, integrated Wacom digitizer tablet with stylus, Pantone/X-Rite colorimeter (for LCD color correction), dual-core or quad-core CPU options, and large dual hard disk drives configurable as RAID0 or RAID1.  Runs Vista Ultimate Edition 64-bit.  Brought to market by Lenovo as the W700.
    • "UrbanMAX" is an ultra-mobile crossover device for street warriors in the urban jungle, such as couriers, architects, surveyors, real estate agents, and insurance agents: with an 11" diagonal 1366x768 LCD, resistive or N-Trig multi-touch capacitive touch-screen options, dual-core ultra-low-voltage CPU/chipset, 80GB HDD or 64GB SSD storage options, 801.11abgn WiFi and 802.16e WiMAX and Bluetooth 2.0, optical mouse, integrated accelerometer, and innovative slide-out keyboard and screen tilt mechanics.  Runs Vista Ultimate Edition 32-bit and Origami 2.0 shell UI.  Accelerometer supported by Intel "Always Aware" application suite with HDD protection, anti-theft, automatic screen-orientation, and joystick emulation features.  See good demo video here.
  • Lead software architect for the "Lorado Mobile Metro" concept notebook for 2008-2009.  "World's thinnest laptop" (at 0.67") when introduced at Spring 2007 IDF conference: includes accelerometer, Solid State Disk (SSD), and Windows Vista SideShow leather portfolio with E-Ink electronic ink auxiliary display.  Designed and/or developed eBook reader and Airline Mode SideShow gadgets for the system.  Influenced the Apple MacBook Air and the Lenovo ThinkPad X300.  Brought to market by Hewlett-Packard as the Voodoo Envy 133.
  • Lead software architect for the "Oak City" medical healthcare concept tablet PC for 2007-2008.  Brought to market by Motion Computing as the C5 model and by Philips Medical as the Mobile Clinical Assistant.  Winner of the "red dot" design award, February 2008.  Integrates sealed bio-fluid resistant design, pen/stylus digitizer with Windows XP Tablet Edition, barcode scanner, and ISO 15693 RFID reader.
  • Lead software architect for the "Montevallo" family ("Road Warrior" and "Grad Gift") of Centrino Mobile Technology concept notebook PCs for 2007-2008.  "Road Warrior" with revolutionary telescoping display hinge was brought to market by Dialogue as the Flybook VM.
  • Lead software architect for the "Zephyros" family of Centrino Mobile Technology concept notebook PCs for 2006-2007.  Winner of Business Week Magazine Design Award, June 2005.  Zephyros OTG was a precursor of the Mobile Internet Device category: ultra-mobile hand carry, touch screen, Windows MCE, integrated GPS, array microphones, fingerprint biometrics.
  • Lead architect and developer of keynote demos for the "Florence" Centrino Mobile Technology concept notebook PC for 2005-2006.  Brought to market by TCL as the Verone.  Winner of Business Week Magazine Design Award, June 2004.  Software illustrates Mobile Digital Home usage models based upon Microsoft Media Center Edition, including UPnP Media Browsing of entertainment content anywhere on the home WLAN; and Instant Messenging with VoIP and Video.  Used the Microsoft Media Center Edition (MCE) SDK and developed COM-based HTML plug-in components in C++ on top of Intel UPnP SDK and Microsoft RTC SDK.
  • Architect of power-management design for notebooks using Fuel Cell based energy system.
  • Lead developer of keynote demos for the "Newport" Centrino Mobile Technology concept notebook for 2004.  Software illustrates Location Aware Computing usage models for consumers and enterprise road and office warriors (Friend Finder using Microsoft MapPoint.NET, Points of Interest Finder, and Printer Finder) based upon 802.11 WLAN technology. 

October 1999 - June 2002

Staff Software Engineer, Intel Architecture Labs (IAL) IP Telephony Services (ITS).
  • Technical co-lead of the SALT (Speech Application Language Tags) specification as founding member of the SALT Forum.  Lead architect of the telephony control portion of the SALT specification.  Developed the reference implementation of SALT Telephony distributed with Microsoft's first Speech.NET product preview (this integrated with the W3C CCXML reference implementation).  Received recognition award from Kai-Fu Lee, VP of Microsoft, for outstanding contribution.  Guest speaker at the VON (Voice On the Net) conference.
  • Developed XML-compliant scripting languages for NGN (Next Generation Network) telephony applications services, such as VoiceXML and CCXML. Contributor to W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards efforts for these languages.  Developer of the first reference implementation of a CCXML interpreter, made available to W3C members free of charge.
  • Developed a scheme for load-balancing of H.323 VoIP streams through NAT/Firewall traversal. Also applicable to multi-player Internet game sharing, Napster-style music sharing, and other peer-to-peer protocols. Patent pending.
  • Designed a subscription and e-commerce web site for a new Voice over IP telephony service. Making extensive use of HTML, CGI/Perl, Javascript, and ODBC Databases on a combination of Red Hat Linux + Apache Web Server and Microsoft NT Server + IIS. In charge of both hardware and software architecture for entire data center, including routers, firewalls, load balancers, SSL accellerators, web server farm, redundant middleware/application servers, and database servers. Technical liason with recruited ISPs and telecommunications suppliers.
  • Managed a primary market research project, including evaluation and selection of market research firm, and development and implementation of web-based questionnaire.

February 1998 - October 1999

Technical Marketing Engineer, Enterprise Server Group (ESG) Communications and Internet Server Division (CISD), Marketing.
  • Contributed to the initial definition of the "Pinot" (1U-high Internet server appliance) product, including holding requirements definition meetings with OEM definition partners (e.g., Cisco, Inktomi, Dialogic).
  • Researched the telecommunications technologies of SS7 (Signaling System 7) and OSS (Operations Support Systems) and wrote white paper.
  • Developed the server-side programming (HTML + CGI/Perl) for the "Toledo" performance experiment (later known as the Pentium III WebOutfitter Program) for IM&E (Internet Marketing & E-Commerce) group.
  • Developed Server-side scripting database demo (HTML + CGI/Perl) for ISPCON show. Demo contained four dual-Pentium II processor servers, running four different operating systems and web servers simultaneously (Windows NT with IIS, Linux with Apache, BSDI Unix with NSCA Httpd, and Sun Solaris with Sun WebServer) with load-balancing and fail-over capability. Demonstrated at show including being filmed for multimedia presentation. You can see the Linux version of the demo here: http://www.alfirin.net/cdl/search.html. This demo was also used by CEO Andy Grove at his keynote speech for the Agenda'99 conference, and for the ISPCON Spring'99 conference in London.
  • Developed Linux remote management demo and presented at the Taos Mountain Future of Linux conference.
  • Performed competitive analysis of Internet appliances and published white paper. Presented at multiple venues. Contributed to two Appliance SLRP (Stragegic Long Range Plan) presentations. Represented Intel at the Server Appliance Design Guide SIG meetings. Presented CISD appliance vision and processor roadmap requirements to MPG (Microprocessor Group) Staff.
  • Participated in Security Task Force. Determined security requirements for Internet servers, and communicated to Security Products Division.

March 1996 - February 1998

Technical Marketing Engineer, Desktop Products Group (DPG), OEM Products and Services Division (OPSD), Marketing.
  • Provided technical support during the "Roosevelt" Software DVD playback program to OEMs (TriGem, Samsung, Acer, and Legend).
  • Created the promotional marketing CD for the NLX bus/form-factor launch, including creation of autoplay and HTML programming and all digital artwork.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged the ISO-9660 compliance tool for guaranteeing correct mastering of product CDs.
  • Ran the "Hood River" (living room PC) Applications program, driving ISVs: Epic MegaGames, Hasbro Interactive, and TerraGlyph. Also contributed to other aspects of the Hood River project, including publishing white papers on Dolby Digital AC-3 audio, front panel configuration, USB joystick architecture (cooperative with ThrustMaster), and the HTML-based GUI (with Sony, Samsung, and Matsushita).
  • Contributed to the launch of the Pentium II First 10 Applications program, driving ISVs: Access Software, Criterion Studios, Davidson Associates, Digital Image Design, Dorling Kindersley, Fox Interactive / Argonaut, Pixel Multimedia, Psygnosis, UbiSoft. Required an understanding of the Microsoft DirectX architecture, most specifically DirectSound, DirectInput, DirectDraw, and DirectDraw 3D. Developed HTML-based autoplay promotional JumpStart CD for the applications program, including creation of digital artwork. Performed demonstrations at E3 (Electronics Entertainment Expo), ECTS (European Computer Trade Show), and CGDC (Computer Game Developer's Conference) shows. Performed "road show" demonstration of MMX titles to OEMs in the U.S. and Europe: Packard-Bell, Gateway, Compaq, Sony, Apricot, Olivetti. Developed and ran the OEM beta program for these titles supporting Tier 1 OEMs, including accepting, tracking, and resolving defects.
  • Contributed to the launch of the MMX First 10 Applications program. Published first draft of the best known methods (from Sega experience) called "OPSD Software Product Requirements Specification", and drove these requirements to the supporting ISVs: Adobe, Books That Work, Byron Preiss, Davidson Associates, Dorling Kindersley, Epic MegaGames, Fenris Wolf, Imagination Pilots, Maris, UbiSoft. Received award from Content Group. Performed "road show" demonstration of MMX titles to OEMs in the U.S.: Toshiba, Gateway, Compaq, Sony. Developed and ran the OEM beta program for these titles supporting Tier 1 OEMs, including accepting, tracking, and resolving defects.
  • Provided substantial software consulting services to Sony during the development and launch of the VAIO product line. Reviewed over 200 software titles as candidates for the VAIO software bundle. Developed demo for COMDEX.

February 1994 - March 1996

Staff Software Engineer, Desktop Products Group (DPG), OEM Products and Services Division (OPSD), Engineering.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged all the Windows GUI elements (menu, dialog boxes, joystick calibration routine, WinHelp, install program, autoplay, etc.) for the Sonic the Hedgehog game. Wrote Windows 95 DLLs. Assisted Sega with port from Genesis console to Pentium processor.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged the Pentium Processor Games Sampler CD. Drew all associated digital artwork. Coordinated with ISVs: Bullfrog, Electronic Arts, Papyrus, Epic MegaGames, and Intermedia.
  • Architected the "Chihuahua" CD-ROM boot specification for PC ROM BIOS. Supervised the implementation of both "Chihuahua" and "El Torito" CD-ROM boot support for Intel desktop motherboard BIOS. Represented Intel in patent dispute with Compaq.
  • Taught a computer literacy class at a Beaverton elementary school for one year.
  • Architected the "audio down" strategy for the "Aladdin" PC motherboard product family. Wrote a Windows 95 "wave" device driver.
  • Participated in initial architectural design of the "Teladdin" soft modem project. Represented Intel at IEEE meetings.

August 1991 - February 1994

Staff Software Engineer, OEM Microcomputer Systems Operation (OMSO), iRMX Operating System Engineering.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged the firmware for the "Lynx" Internet cable TV set-top box project (Joint Intel / Microsoft / General Instruments / Sega project: cancelled). Included BOOTP, TFTP, and NFS client capabilities, using the iRMK kernel for the 386EX embedded processor.
  • Led team of 8 software engineers developing the TCP/IP protocol and application suite for the iRMX III Operating System. Developed a POSIX compliant software layer for iRMX, as well as porting the Unix System V STREAMs emulation environment and an entire TCP/IP protocol stack (sockets, TLI/XTI, TCP, UDP, IP/ICMP, ARP, and datalink drivers) and application suite (both clients and servers for FTP, Telnet, TFTP, "R" commands, etc.).

July 1987 - July 1991

Senior Software Engineer, OEM Microcomputer Systems Operation (OMSO), Multibus II Processor Engineering.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged the Multibus II network boot architecture. Implemented firmware for Multibus II processor cards, incorporating BOOTP (the precursor to DHCP) and TFTP protocols, and a 82596 packet driver that I wrote (supports up to three simultaneous Ethernet channel devices).
  • Designed and implemented the customer support bulletin-board system for iRMX products. Developed a multi-media training presentation package for the service.
  • Designed and implemented a manufacturing "run-in life-test" fixture for Multibus II system products and the new OEM Platform Operation (OPO) PC-architecture system products. This system allowed simultaneous run-in of 250 system products under environmental ("shake and bake") control. Article on project published in the Intel Technology Journal.
  • Designed firmware architecture for the Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) cache-coherent XA bus. U.S. Patents received. Represented Intel at IEEE meetings on FutureBus. Contributed to the design of the interrupt distribution scheme in the P5 (later to be called the Pentium) processor.
  • Software engineer for the iSBC 386/133, iSBC 486/125, and iSBC 486/133SE processor cards. Wrote the EPS (External Product Specification) for the board products. Ensured that Unix System V and iRMX operating system support for on-board peripherals was ready at product launch. Performed benchmarks, including the world's first 486 CPU benchmark (dhrystones). Generated demo of Multibus II message-passing performance enhancements due to DAG (DMA Address Generator) gate array device for COMDEX. Performed demo at BUSCON. Designed the (somewhat) famous "JT" circuit for auto-configuration of the iLBX bus by boards using the iSBC CSM/002 central services daughter card. Wrote some PAL codes.
  • Managed team of 5 software engineers developing the iSBC 221 MFM disk/floppy/tape controller card.

June 1983 - July 1987

Software Engineer, OEM Microcomputer Systems Operation (OMSO), Serial Architecture.
  • Senior architect for the Bitbus product line software suite. Led a team of 4 software engineers. Designed, coded, and debugged the BITBUS Toolbox software suite, ported for 7 operating systems: iPDS ISIS, iRMX I, iRMX II, iRMX III, Xenix-286, Unix System V, and DOS. Designed the firmware for the iSBX 345 Bitbus communications adapter. Co-wrote the Xenix-286 and Unix System V device drivers for the iSBX/iPCX 344 Bitbus communications adapter.
  • Performed an analysis of the disk caching behavior of the iSBC 214 Multibus I disk controller by instrumentation of RMX and Xenix device drivers. Developed a caching simulator (in C on Xenix) that allowed instrumentation data to be processed under differing scenarios (cache size, line size, associativity, etc.).
  • Architected the Multibus II Built-In Self-Test (BIST) architecture. Managed the implementation for the launch board set of the iSBC 286/100 processor card, iSBC CSM/001 central services module, iSBC MEM/312/310/320/340 memory card, and iSBC 186/224 MFM disk/floppy/tape controller card. Also led the implementation of the manufacturing General Purpose Test Fixture (GPTF) for Multibus II products.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged firmware for the iSBC 188/48 Multibus I 8-channel RS-232 communications controller card.

April 1980 - June 1983

State of Oregon Computing Services, OSU Computer Center, Corvallis, OR 97333.

June 1981 - June 1983

Business Data Processing Services programmer.
  • Designed, coded and debugged Basic application programs for Admissions and Fee Payments department on NCR point-of-sales cash register system.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged Cobol application programs for the NDSL Student Loan Program, and university Physical Plant inventory and operations system.

April 1980 - October 1980

Scientific Data Processing Services programmer.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged PDP-11 assembler Digitizing Tablet driver and applications for a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant researcher.
  • Designed, coded, and debugged Fortran application programs on a consultative basis for National Science Foundation (NSF) grant graduate student research projects.

Patents:

  • User-facing/world-facing docking peripheral module flexibility using USB Type C, Intel Corporation, July. 10, 2014 (Patent pending).
  • Docking Tablet PCs or Phones in Landscape or Portrait Orientation using USB Type C, Intel Corporation, Jun. 23, 2104 (Patent pending).
  • Display of Device Notifications on Remote Display, Intel Corporation, 30 Dec. 2013 (Patent pending).
  • Method of using a Persistent Display as a Secondary Display on Mobile Devices, #14/013499, Intel Corporation, Jun. 16, 2014 (Patent pending).
  • Bus-independent Platform Connection of HID-over-I2C Peripherals via a Sensor Hub, #13/844826, Intel Corporation, Apr. 5, 2013 (Patent pending).
  • Host Interface Crossbar for a Sensor Hub, #13/844821, Intel Corporation, Apr. 5, 2013 (Patent pending).
  • USB Device (Sideband Deferring) Interrupt Signal, #13/690273, Intel Corporation, Nov. 30, 2012, issued Jun. 5, 2014.
  • Transmitting an (USB) Interrupt Packet, #13/682269, Intel Corporation, filed Nov. 20, 2012, issued May 22, 2014.
  • Multi-function Stylus with Sensor Controller, Intel Corporation, filed Nov. 28, 2012, issued May 29, 2014.
  • Providing support for Display Articulation-Related Applications, #13/608356, Intel Corporation, Sep. 11, 2012 (Patent pending).
  • Providing support for Device (Power) States (and System Sleep/Wake with Timestamped Caching option), #13/608683, Intel Corporation, Sep. 11, 2012 (Patent pending).
  • Opportunistic use of GPS Data in a Sensor Hub, #13/608159, Intel Corporation, Sep. 10, 2012 (Patent pending).
  • Sensor and Context-based Adjustment of the Operation of a Network Controller, #13/608419, Intel Corporation, Aug. 24, 2012 (Patent pending).
  • Dynamic Sensor (Axis Detection and) Calibration, #13/687731, filed Nov. 28, 2012, issued May 29, 2014.
  • Associating and Presenting Alternate Media with a Media File, #9/171996, Intel Corporation, filed Jul. 2, 2009 (Patent pending).
  • Portfolio with Embedded Mobile Accessory, (ZL 200810091923.7), Intel Corporation, filed Apr. 10, 2008, issued Nov. 23, 2011.
  • Controls and Indicators with On-screen Cognitive Aids, #8,739,035, Intel Corporation, filed Oct. 11, 2006, issued May 28, 2014.
  • A Method and Apparatus for Managing the Privacy and Disclosure of Location Information, #8,473,729, Intel Corporation, filed Sep. 15, 2003, issued Mar. 17, 2005, re-issued Jun. 25, 2013.
  • Transitory Messaging with Location Information, #10/661279, Intel Corporation, filed Sep. 12, 2003, issued Mar. 17, 2005.
  • Method for Configuration of Notebook Computer Based on Location and Automatic Application Location Notification and/or Startup, #7,213,057, Intel Corporation, filed Mar. 31, 2004, issued Oct. 6, 2005.
  • Method and Apparatus for Providing Location Information, #10/734853, Intel Corporation, filed Dec. 11, 2003, issued Jun. 16, 2005.
  • Load Balancing and Fault Tolerance for Server-based Software Applications, #7,321,925, Intel Corporation, filed Sep. 18, 2001, issued Jan. 22, 2008.
  • Method and System for Automatic Invocation of Secure Sockets Layer Encryption on a Parallel Array of Web Servers, #7,093,279, Intel Corporation, filed Mar. 28, 2001, issued Aug. 15, 2006.
  • Method and System to Provide a Single Telephone Number for Geographically Dispersed Telephony Service Subscribers, #6,895,002, Intel Corporation, filed Feb. 21, 2001, issued May 17, 2005.
  • Interrupt Distribution Scheme for a Computer Bus, #5,282,272, Intel Corporation, filed Jan. 28, 1993, issued Jan. 25, 1994.

Publications:

  • HUTRR39b: HID Sensor Usages specification, 1 Jul 2011. http://www.usb.org
  • ACPI-to-HID Mapper Driver: Standardizing the Connection Between the OS and External Devices Wired to Embedded Controllers, Technology @ Intel Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 8, Oct. 2006. http://www.intel.com/technology/magazine/computing/acpi-to-hid-1006.htm
  • Designing High Density Rack Mount Servers, Proceedings of the 1999 Intel Developer Forum, Sep. 1999.
  • TCP/IP for iRMX, Proceedings of the 1993 iRUG Conference, Nov. 1993.
  • PC Tip of the Month, The Portland COMPUTER BITS, Vol. I, No. 3, Oct. 1991. p. 16. An article illustrating how you can create a DOS "laptop enhanced cursor" utility program with only 12 bytes of machine code.
  • Automated Board Lifetest, Intel Technology Journal, Spring 1990. pp. 9-12.
  • Bitbus throughput exceeds that of RS-232c at lower cost, Computer Technology Review, Vol. VII, No. 2, Feb. 1987. pp. 14-15, 21.
  • Trail Blaiser, Creative Computing, Vol. 7, No. 5, May 1981. p. 11. An illustration of the Pascal's Triangle algorithm written in the Pascal language.

Software expertise:

  • Programming Languages: Ada, Adobe ActionScript, Algol, Basic, Bliss, Bourne Shell, C, C++, C#, C Shell, Cobol, Flecs, Fortran, Icon, Java, JavaScript, Korn Shell, Lisp, Pascal, Perl, PerlScript, Pilot, PL/M-80, PL/M-86/286/386, Tcl, VBScript, Visual Basic.
  • Assemblers: 6800, 8021/8041, 8044/8051/8052/80152/80252/80452, 8080, 8085, 8086/88/186/188/286, HP-85, IA-32 family, Intel 860, PDP-8, PDP-10, PDP-11, Z-80.
  • Operating Systems: Android, BSDI, CDC-NOS, CP/M, DOS, ISIS, iRMK, iRMX, Linux, MeeGo, RSTS/E, RT-11, Solaris, SPOX, TOPS-10/20, Unix + X-Windows/Athena/Motif, VxWorks, Windows 3.1/95/98/Me/XP/Vista/7/8 + MFC/WinForms/WPF/COM/WinRT, Windows NT Server/2000/2003/2008, Xenix.

Education:

  • Various classes at Oregon Graduate Institute and Portland Community College.
  • Bachelor of Science, Computer Science. June 1983. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

Organizations:

  • Facebook Page Editor, Las Cascadas del Pedregal Condo Association (Mar 2012 - date)
  • Webmaster, East Village at Orenco Station Condo Association (Mar 2001 - Aug 2012)
  • Chairman, East Village at Orenco Station Condo Association (Nov 2002 - Feb 2005)
  • Secretary, East Village at Orenco Station Condo Association (Feb 2002 - Oct 2002)
  • Bulletin Editor and Webmaster, Willamette Coin Club (May 1993 - Mar 1997)

Certifications:

  • PADI: Open Water Diver #0802096963, 23 Jan 2008 (Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, USA).
  • PADI: Advanced Open Water Diver #0902054621, 24 Jan 2009 (Roatn, Honduras).
  • PADI: Enriched Air / Nitrox Specialty #0902068389, 11 Feb 2009 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • PADI: Cavern Diver Specialty #09060Y7996, 26 Jun 2009 (Playa del Carmen, QROO, Mxico).
  • PADI: Project AWARE Specialty #09090O4711, 15 Sep 2009 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • PADI: Underwater Photographer Specialty #10120I7519, 21 Nov 2010 (Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mxico).
  • PADI: Equipment Specialist #11030J4651, 21 Mar 2011 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • PADI: Wreck Specialty #1111AC7116, 27 Oct 2011 (Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu).
  • PADI: Drift Specialty #11110A9566, 5 Nov 2011 (Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mxico).
  • PADI: Deep Specialty #12080F7914, 29 Jul 2012 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • ILCOR: Emergency First Responder (CPR/AED/First Aid) #12080H8190, 16 Aug 2012 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • PADI: Rescue Diver #12100K6324, 30 Sep 2012 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).
  • PADI: Master Scuba Diver #12100N6946, 17 Oct 2012 (Vancouver, Washington, USA).

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