Family man, husband to the smartest woman on the planet (you think I'm kidding?), father of the four most wonderful kids ever, grandfather of even more, LDS, BYU alum; love karate, camping, hiking, scouting, astronomy, ham radio, web / software development (my job), geocaching, fitness, traveling, writing, teaching, serving, the outdoors, OHV-ing, cats, nice people (youth in particular), shooting, and reviewing restaurants, not necessarily in that order.
Check out my website at noji.com for stuff about ham radio (including repeaters and a glossary), (Utah County) restaurants, and my family, and even some random stuff that I like. Especially if you're fairly new to ham radio, please check out my page for New Hams.
Our home at sunset on New Years Day 2015
I have way too many photos to tell my ham radio story, so I've posted a few of them on my photos page.
Teach ham radio courses (all three license classes), merit badge classes, CERT, and karate. Serve as a VE (volunteer examiner - help administer ham radio exams) for both the W5YI-VEC and ARRL-VEC; also serving in UCARES, TERT, RACES, the local ERC, in the leadership of UVARC (Utah Valley Amateur Radio Club); and for over twenty years in various positions in the BSA, and am currently the Stake Eagle Coordinator, Ward Eagle Coordinator, and Unit Advancement Coordinator. Owned my own karate studio since 1999 and am actively training. Served many callings in the LDS Church, including Sunday School Teacher, Ward Clerk, Primary Teacher, Scoutmaster, (stake and ward) Executive Secretary, High Councilor, and Librarian. Currently Orem Aspen Stake Net Manager and Orem City Net Manager. I'm a 76'er, a member of UARC, UDXA, SDARC, OARC, GSARC, DARC, BARC, RCARC, YLISSB (16945), OMISS (10074), the Utah VHF Society, and an ARRL lifetime member.
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