Adapted and Adjust – Flexibility’s the Key …

Retired Army Chaplain, Men’s Crisis Advocate Rockford Rescue Mission.

Interested in the Game Theory and Humanitarian Action.

Born in Pennsylvania and lives in Illinois.



    • Storm Spotting
    • Model Trains (HO preferred)
    • Violin / Fiddle
    • Mandolin

My grandmother in 1923 and me in 1994 with the same violin.

Some of my baseball cards

Chaplain for the New York Yankees from February 1996 – June 1997.

Milton Haney Project: Milton Haney was a Illinois Methodist Preacher, Chaplain, Evangelist, Theologian and Medal of Honor recipient.  He are two links to his biography, “Pentecostal Possibilities or Story of My Life”  PDF version & book scanned version.

Member of the Association of the United States Army: a nonprofit educational and professional development association serving America’s Total Army, our Soldiers, Army civilians, and their families; our industry partners, and supporters of a strong national defense

Member of the Francis Asbury Society: a network of believers whose lives have been changed by this message, and who are called to carry the message to the world.

Supporter of World Vision: partners with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

Supporter of World Relief: stands with the vulnerable, partnering with local churches to end the cycle of suffering, transforming lives and building sustainable communities.

Death Penalty Information Center

    • I met Gary Gauger in August 2008 and spent two weeks with him during his lawsuit against McHenry County, Illinois. His case changed my view point on the death penalty. I no longer support death penalty. Read his story at and you will walk away with a new idea of what it means to be wrongfully prosecuted.
    • Though I don’t agree totally with the Death Penalty Information Center it is well worth the read, then make up your own mind Death Penalty Information Center.
    • 135 people have been wrongfully convicted and placed on death row but then after removed. I admit some had technicalities that I don’t think meet the criteria of “wrongfully convicted” but yes many of the 135 simply were / are the wrong people with confessions from the actual killers.