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wolfe10

Member Since 26 Mar 2009
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About Me

I am retired from a career in the automobile business, where I worked for both manufacturers and as the general manager of several large mega-dealerships.

My wife, Dianne, is retired from the computer business, most recently working for IBM as a project manager on projects worldwide.

I (Brett) am very active in the RV community:
<ul><li>Moderator of the FMCA Forum</li><li>Currently serve on the FMCA Technical Advisory Committee </li><li>FMCA Long Range and Development Committee 2007-2009</li><li>Served three terms as president of the Caterpillar RV Engine Owners Club </li><li>Moderator of the Caterpillar Club technical Web site</li><li>A senior technical contributor to rv.net/forum (wolfe10) with over 19,000 technical posts</li><li>Worked with IPD/Roadmaster, Koni and Bilstein on motorhome suspension design </li><li>Conduct RV maintenance seminars at rallies around the country</li></ul>I am a passionate adventurer. In my youth I hitchhiked around the world. In midlife Dianne and I spent two years sailing the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas. We continue to alternate motorhome and long-distance sailing trips.

I enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, and snorkeling and am an accomplished spear fisherman. I also enjoy helping sailors and motorhomers with my mechanical expertise.

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