Favorite High School Memories:
Friday night dances
A Nester burger and fries
Rick Krahn’s tow rope ski lesson – “just squeeze the rope…bye!”
Mrs. Schultz “suggesting” we take a few days to spring ski
Two years of Arabic taught by Miss Coffman
Reading Brave New World, 1984, Animal House, and Lord of the Flies
Bousquet and Friday
Typing class – who knew?
Vance Bodhaine playing Light My Fire on his mother’s two keyboard Lowry organ
Enny Schultz for her intellect and patience
Tom Witty for showing us a red dot painted on top of a chick’s head made the rest of the chicks attack it for being different
Spouse/Partner: Deanna (Day) Luman
Children: We have three children, two daughters who live in Southern California, one is an oncology nurse, the other is a hypnotherapist as well as a son who lives in Sherwood and manages a tech company.
Occupation: Retired CEO
Investment technology and analytics for Wall Street firms
Digital video services for film makers, telecom and cable networks
Favorite Pastimes: My family, classic cars and motorcycles, the high desert, travel, reading, music and the natural sciences
Highlights of My Life Since High School:
Marriage to Deanna and our three children is THE highlight of my life
After Wilson, I attended Portland State and the University of Hawaii (junior year) majoring in political science and pre-law. I dropped out my senior year after the untimely death of Vance Bodhaine, my roommate, genius and close friend.
My career centered on new and emerging technologies. Companies I owned provided specialized services to Wall Street investors as well as secure video technologies to media companies.