Dave Casler went into engineering because he loved math and science from the time he was in elementary school in Glendale, California. His Bachelor of Science in Mathematics came from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and his Master of Science in [Electrical] Engineering came from the California State University at Northridge.
Dave is a ham radio operator, callsign KEØOG. He holds the highest class of ham license available, Amateur Extra.
His mind wanders frequently and he thinks of unusual ways to accomplish ordinary things. He has two patents and loves to invent, whether it’s real or not. The Flying Broomstick series grew out of a daydream during a long and boring meeting. And Dave really does work for IBM.
He and his wife Loretta live just north of Ridgway, Colorado, in the San Juan Mountains. Dave loves writing, motorcycling, ham radio, photography, and genealogy. As part of his genealogy work, Dave encourages you to go to www.familysearchindexing.org and help digitize old records.
See www.dcasler.com for Dave’s personal blog.