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I retired from the computer industry and moved from California to a family farm, to raise our daughter in a moral Christian environment!
Our daughter attended Southern Miss on a golf scholarship, and completed both a bachelors and masters degree. She is now a political/communications consultant for members of congress and for non-profit Christian advocacy organizations in North Carolina.
During our time in Indiana, I taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and trigonometry at a local community college (Ivy Tech Community College).
Later, I became Director of Facilities for the college.
I am retired, but always enjoyed my time at teaching, and I believe my retired time would be best spent helping young people succeed!
I was very concerned about my students success in the subjects I taught! Often providing off hour tutoring as necessary in order to achieve student success!
I will be willing to meet with any student or parent who believes tutoring would help solve a learning problem! I retired from the computer industry and moved from California to a family farm, to raise our daughter in a moral Christian environment!
Our daughter attended Southern Miss on a golf scholarship, and completed both a
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