About the Author

Here you’ll find a few of my rantings, ravings and other pertinent information about yours truly. Here you’ll find some basic personal stats and information on the material goods in my life, my academic history, and some other enjoyable miscellany. Now, for your reading pleasure, the original introduction to this section of the site:

Born in the mountains to a pack of wild Billy goats, Jeff was taken from his family at an early age by the white man. WHITE MAN BAD!

But on a more serious note, I’m a graduate of Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY with a degree in aeronautical engineering (layman’s terms: "planes and stuff"). I hail from a small suburban town called East Aurora, which is about 25 miles outside of Buffalo, NY. Currently working for Adelphia Communications in downtown Buffalo, I am searching for a position in the aerospace field.

Yes, yes, I’ve had tests on my brain…and they all check out.

Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about me, just in case you plan to abduct me in the night and replace me with a ruthless doppelganger bent on world domination.

Middle Initial G for Gordo, Gregg, Gregarious, Goodfunsuperhappytime (thought only when on the island of Hokkaido)
Occupation Researching the healing power of corn dogs
Education Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering
Mode of Transport 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo | image
Retired Modes of Transport 1985 Toyota Camry ("Heat Lightning") | image
1993 Pontiac Grand Prix SE ("Mao’s Revenge") | image
Known Interests film, website design, catamarans, flying, Pearl Jam
Known Aliases House, Gordo, Klinsmann, Julio, Geoffroi, Ensign9
General Appearance Dashing (like a pirate)
Birthplace Dunkirk, the crack capital of New York state.
Drink of Choice Gin & Tonic | image
Beer of Choice La Fin du Monde
Last Known Whereabouts the island of Crete

Although I’ve taken a few classes at the University at Buffalo, the bulk of my career in higher learning consisted of four years at Clarkson University, an engineering and management school in lovely Potsdam, NY. Here you’ll find a basic description of my academic workload, broken down by year and semester. If I remember 16% of the stuff I learned, I will count myself among the extraordinarily lucky.

academic history

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  1. I’m going to need a copy of your college transcript to prove that you took all of these courses.

  2. Shouldn’t you be studying?

  3. nice shout out to holtz . . . just sayin’

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