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We are a group of inquisitive individuals with an interest in learning to live in the age of personal computing devices. Our strength is in our collective willingness to teach and be taught. These are our officers.
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Phil Green - President

I have lived at OTOW almost 6 years and have belonged to the computer club for 5 years. I enjoy it very much. I was born in St, Louis Mo. And went to school in St, Louis area.

I took early retirement from Delta Airlines, and mostly in the Hotel business as a bellman after that. I currently work for the church of Scientology in Tampa as a counselor. Although my knowledge of computers is somewhat limited, I will draw upon the expertise of our technical Staff as needed.

I enjoy the interaction with the clubs membership, and feel that I can relate to those people who are not experts and together we will all increase our computer skills.

 
Joe Nagel - Vice President

Joe Nagel was born in The Bronx and moved to Long Island after getting married. All four of their children were born there. Joe became a Tool Maker and when machines became computer controlled he went to New York Institute on Long Island to learn computers. The rest is history.

 

Roger Reynolds - Vice President

Roger was born in Leominster, Massachusetts but lived mostly in Brookline, New Hampshire. He graduated from High School in Milford, New Hampshire. He was too young at the time of World War ll, but served in the National Guard for 8 years.

Roger went to work as an apprentice tool and die maker and eventually moved up to become tool design engineer. He and his wife Grace have been married for 38 years; and He has a son and daughter from his first marriage; Roger also has four grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.

His hobbies include woodworking, plastic crafts, and computing. He started computing when his son gave him his old computer in 1995. Since then he has learned much from his attendance at the Computer Club and now helps others to enjoy this fascinating hobby.

 
 

Tony Sinopoli - Treasurer

Tony and his wife Claudette became permanent Florida residents just 3 years ago. They still make trips back to NJ to visit family and friends. Our family consists of 4 children,2 boys and 2 girls plus 8 grand children.

After spending severall years in the Army he embarked on a career in the computer field in 1960.Over the next 50years Tony's love affair with computers never waned. Newer,better and faster computers were always appearing on the scene, until the advent of the moden day PC. During his career , Tony was a shift manager of the computer operation department for IT&T Data Service for 15 years.It was during this period Tony attended college nights and after 7 grueling years recived his Bachelor of Science degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. After IT&T Data Services closed that particular line of business, he moved and was hired as a technical consultant for the General Electric Company for the next 10 years. After that assignment, Tony was offered a position with AT&T as a technical manager teaching new hires many different applications using PC's. He was eventually transferred to the newly formed Lucent Technologies as the manager responsible for the Corporate Security data base systems. Tony retired from Lucent in 2001.

Since retirememt Tony enjoys playing with his 8 grand children, playing golf as much as he can, and still enjoys the challenge of troubleshooting and repairing broken computers.

 

Marvin Mariarz - Secretary

Marvin graduated from SUNY College in Buffalo with a MS Ed. He is a retired Professor and Division Chair of Technology, Math, Chemistry and Computer Science Division of Niagara County Community College.
Currently Marvin serves as a scholarship committee chairperson as member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors in SUNY College, Buffalo