I’ve been a Volunteer with the Massachusetts State Police Museum and Learning Center since September of 2015.
I grew up in Boston, MA, and am currently reside in Wayland, MA. I’m a graduate of Wayland High School, attended Emerson College, majored in broadcasting, and was an announcer and engineer for their radio station, WERS-FM. While at Emerson, I also held a part-time position at the Yankee Network’s flagship station WNAC (now WRKO), serving as a studio control board operator. In July of 1965, I began my career with and served the Town of Wayland as a Public Safety Dispatcher for the Fire and Police Departments. I retired in December of 2011 after forty-six years of service.
During my tenure as a Dispatcher, I interacted with many members of the Massachusetts State Police, and accepted their kind invitation to serve as an MSPMLC Volunteer.
I have been an Amateur Radio Operator since 2007, and serve at many events providing support communications., one of which is the Boston Marathon. When time permits, I also volunteer at Wayland’s Local Access Cable Station.