Member’s Bio Page
Born Halloween day in 1942 / Grand Coulee Dam, Washington (Mom said it was a shocking experience).
Wife Judy is an avid quilter (I even have quilted underwear / just kidding).
Judy and I live in an old brick house with matching carriage house, circa 1935, in Kennewick, WA (a museum in itself)...the carriage house is my studio and a memorabilia museum to boot. It is worth getting lost in our area just to see it.
Phone 509-947-6628, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If anyone ever gets lost or stranded in the great Northwest (southeast Washington that is), I am available with little to no mechanical ability, but I offer tons of moral support and a free place to stay.
Been in marketing and graphic design since 1968 / semi-retired now.
I was a Chevy guy for most of my life, as was my dad. In 2003 I gave my wife Judy a kidney and it changed my life. I now wanted more than the Chevys that everyone else had...and started looking for a 57 Plymouth. A high school friend had one when we were kids and I remembered it was cool...and different. Well, I didn't find the Plymouth, but did find the basket case 1957 Chrysler 300 C which is now 99% finished and resting in my new garage. I also put together a nice '62 300 Sport recently.
I also like photography, no, I love photography (and Photoshop)
One more thing, I am one of them crazy guys who runs everyday, sometimes on the side of the road...so don't hit me.
by Judy Leahy