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John Abbrasart is the owner and operator of John Abrassart Consulting. His LinkedIn page is located at https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-abrassart-a5394a13
Britt Adams is currently employed as a Network Administrator dealing with high level servers and networks. He has owned a business, worked for some and has been in the technology field for many years.
Carol Andrews is a Master Genealogist. She is one of the leaders of the Pima County Genealogy Society.
Bernard Bell serves on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Computer Society as our Managing Director in charge of Membership Records. He actively participates in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG and the Computer Pros SIG. He also serves on the board of the Tucson Camera Club as their “Print Coordinator and Scorekeeper”.
Ken Blake is a Microsoft MVP. His biography is located at Microsoft’s Web site here. He actively participates in the members-only “tcslst” Yahoo Group. His erudite technical advice is posted at https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/profile/ad8aa820-87af-40be-9ed8-c54c80a3342c#user-profile-tab-activity.
Dave Bilgray actively participates in the Computer Pros SIG. He is the leader of OneManBand, a local support group for one/two person companies.
Steve Billheimer computer consulting service is described at www.billheimer.com which is mirrored at www.computingconsultant.com, and his printer maintenance service is described at www.tucsonprinterservice.com.
John Blumberg CPA, PC, offers personal and business accounting, tax and financial planning services. He also specializes in Quickbooks and Peachtree www.Johnbcpa.com.
Al Guevara is currently converting our TCS website to WordPress (as of Feb 2018). He is 20 years self-employed as a Webmaster and as a Home Computer Repair guy, repairing most Windows problems, tutoring, hardware, software, etc. Working WordPress exclusively since 2010, he mostly helps nonprofits, personal and small business websites. Al can be found at
TucsonWordPressTutor.com, and at Tucson One Man Band meetings.
Carmella Harmon is a professional school counselor. She has an Ed.S (post-masters) degree and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.). See http://www.mapsnet.org/pages/hsguidance/Guidance%20News.htm for her advice to parents of school-age children.
George Harding serves on our Board of Directors as the Treasurer of the Tucson Computer Society. He is an active participate in our Windows 10/Hardware SIG. He also volunteers at the Arizona State Museum and several other non-profit organizations.
Hal Hostetler is the Senior Engineer/I.T. Director at KVOA-TV and an MVP – Print/Imaging with Microsoft. His Microsoft Answers page is located here. His Twitter page is located at http://twitter.com/tvwizard.
Danny Hollingsworth is a computer consultant. He actively participates in the Computer Professionals SIG. His Linkedin page is at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/danny-hollingsworth/7/414/491. He actively participates in the Computer Pros SIG.
Peter Ireland, operates a computer consultancy called Peter S. Ireland & Associates. His business Web site is located at http://www.pireland.com. His Manta page is available at http://www.manta.com/c/mmcp9mv/ireland-peter-s-associates-llc. He actively participates in the Computer Pros SIG.
Francis Chao is an active member of both the “Winners Windows Users” group of California and the “Tucson Computer Society” of Arizona. He actively participates in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG of the Tucson Computer Society. He provides content for the Meeting Notes and Tech Support sections of the Web site of the Tucson Computer Society.He volunteers as a remote presenter for the online APCUG Speakers Bureau by providing Skype and and Zoom.us presentations for computer user groups throughout the United States and Canada. His repertoire of presentations for APCUG can be found at http://aztcs.org/fc.pdf.
A historical list of his past presentations can be found at http://aztcs.org/speakersbureauFC.pdf Francis also provides technical support for the hosted Web sites of various APCUG member groups.
John & Donna Kamper Kamper.com provides software training, web design, computer consulting for your small office/home office. John sings in the Sons of Orpheus men’s chorus and his summary biography is located at their Web site.
John Cox is a computer consultant. He also volunteers as a computer instructor at “Computer Adult Learning Centers“. He actively participates in the Computer Professionals SIG of the Tucson Computer Society.
Terri Davis serves on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Computer Society as a Member-At-Large. She is an experienced K-12 teacher with a Masters Degree in Education and a teaching credential from the University of Arizona. She actively participates in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG.
Mari-Esther DeGrazia provides us with informative presentations for some of our General Meetings. She is employed as a Senior Security Consultant at Verizon Enterprise Solutions. She holds the following professional certifications: MCSE, CCFE, and CHFI. She has extensive experience in computer forensics. Her blog about computer forensics is called “Another Forensics Blog”. Her Linkedin page is located here.
Harry Elver operates Computer Guy Computer Consulting, a business that provides computer repair, upgrades, networking, and data recovery for Tucson area businesses and residences. His no-nonsense blog about computers and networks is informative and entertaining. Harry is the leader of the Computer Professionals SIG of the Tucson Computer Society.
Roy Fine is a Senior Principal Software Engineer at Symantec Corporation. His LinkedIn page is located at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/roy-fine/29/543/102.
Sherry Goncharsky operates a business called Shoulder to Shoulder Computer Training and Consulting which provides computer support including one-on-one tutoring. She actively participates in the Computer Pros SIG.
Jon Griebel operates a business called “Pro Act Consulting”. He builds customized personal computers and supports highly-personalized software suites such as Sage software and adaptive software utilities for the disabled. He actively participates in the Computer Pros SIG. Jon is also an active tractor-owning member of the Power from the Past organization.
Sharbel Madanat manages the content of our Web site under the direction of Webmaster Paul Scott. Her Linkedin page is located here.
Andy Pezzulo actively participates in the in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG of the Tucson Computer Society.
Kent Phillips used to be the the volunteer coordinator for Computer Adult Learning Centers.
Rick Rolland operates “Media Masters“, a business that provides app development, Web site design, and Web hosting. Rick serves on our Board of Directors as our Membership Coordinator. He also serves on the board of directors of the “Tucson Drifters” which is the Tucson chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association. Rick’s Linkedin page is located here.
Beverly Sandock, Ph.D. is the owner and operator of Sandock Educational Services. She is an educational therapist and a learning strategies specialist with extensive knowledge of learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). She is active in many community organizations.
Ken Sandock Ken Sandock is a medical doctor with a specialty in radiology. He has diverse interests in computers, rail transportation, photography, and culinary arts. He is a member of the Pima County Medical Society. Ken serves on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Computer Society as our Secretary. He actively participates in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG. He manages the Web site of the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum and he also serves on their board of directors. He also serves on the boards of directors of four railroad-related museums.
Paul Scott Paul Scott is a computer instructor at Pima Community College. Paul serves on the TCS Board as a Member-At-Large. He is also the Webmaster of the Tucson Computer Society. Paul is a co-leader of the Linux SIG of the Tucson Computer Society. He manages Web sites, computer networks, and servers for various businesses and non-profit organizations in the Tucson area.
Robert Thompson serves on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Computer Society as our Vice President. He is an employee of Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC). He actively participates in the Windows 10/Hardware SIG. He is an expert on assistive software and operating system features for low-vision and physically-handicapped computer users.
Daniel Vance is a computer consultant. He provides clients with Internet/network design & support. He actively participates in the members-only “tcslst” Yahoo Group. He also is an active member of Desert Dolphins.