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Location: Russellville, Alabama
I am a retired university professor with 53+ years in woodworking and teaching woodworking skills. I taught mostly future high school wood shop teachers and secondary wood manufacturing students. My specialty is coatings and coatings application techniques. I have started my second retirement from economic development for the woods industry in Alabama. My woodworking now mostly involves building items with my wood buddy and his wife for their family along with my sister and her son's children.
My career started at Northern Illinois University with Dr. Roger Cliffe as my office mate. Then I moved to Pitttsburg State University in the late 70’s and worked with several colleagues there establishing the National Woodworking Center. Why Alabama? It's warmer than Chicago or Kansas, most of the time.