about MarkD60

I understand how THINGS work a little better than most people do, but I understand how PEOPLE work much worse than almost everybody . . . . .

markd60bluBorn in Washington DC, Went to school mostly in Moberly Missouri, USA. Graduated from Paint Branch High in Silver Spring Maryland, USA in 1978.
Joined the US Navy, went to boot camp and Electronics Technician School at NTC Great Lakes. Was stationed in Pearl Harbor Hawaii on board the USS Somers DDG 34 and then the USS Brewton FF 1086. Learned to scuba dive in 1982 and became a divemaster in 1984.
Got out of the Navy and lived in Chesapeake Virginia, USA. Became a scuba instructor. Worked in electronics for Milcom Systems Corp. for 11 years and taught scuba Lynnhaven Dive Center and Aqua Safaris in Virginia Beach. Lots of wreck diving.
Moved to Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands in 1997 and worked as the Broadcast Engineer at Radio Cayman until 2010. Started my own company, CayTronics shortly thereafter and I’m keeping it going while I work full time at the Cayman Islands Airports Authority as a Technical Operations Analyst.
I have an Inspiration Rebreather and dive all I can.

6 thoughts on “about MarkD60

  1. It seems to me that I’ve always worked, in Missouri I delivered newspapers for 6 years and I was a lifeguard and taught swimming lessons at the Rothwell Park pool and the country club. Also I worked in a tire warehouse one summer for $3 an hour, which was good money for a 16 year old in 1976!
    In Maryland I worked at Sears almost the whole time. My last day at Sears was the day before I went in the Navy!

  2. Mark never knew you were a Electronic Engineer. …you had to know of my dad’s work no ?
    He as well was a radio engineer and trained seals in Nam.
    So your on vacation 24/7 ….nice
    It’s good to work what you love to do or passion of .

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