Mark Inmon

I grew up in north Mississippi. As a young man starting out, I found work in the furniture industry building sofas and recliners. I later gravitated toward working with computers and learned CAD to design furniture parts. I discovered I had a passion for computers and computer programming. I relocated to the Kansas City area […]

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Craig Allen

Craig Allen

My Background: Three things have been woven together in my life to make me who I am: Family, Faith and Music. A. I have been married for 47 wonderful years and we are very close and involved in the lives of both our son and daughter’s families (although our son himself has passed away). B. […]

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Greg Joseph

I live in the “North Woods” of central Wisconsin with my wife Karen. I am a retired public school administrator and my wife is a retired registered nurse. Our children/grandchildren live in southern Wisconsin. As the crow flies, we are about 30 miles from Lake Superior. We are in a great place for people that […]

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Blake Patterson

I find that creating segmented wood objects involves more science, technology, engineering, artistry, and math (STEAM) than 20-odd years as a Bell Labs systems engineer. Exchanging ideas with- and learning from the smart and funny members of Segmented Woodturners is a real pleasure. Growing up in Royal Oak, Michigan, I played with electricity, chemicals, motors, […]

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Andy Goldman

I was raised in the Northeast, born in Brooklyn, moved to Long Island at 6 and High School in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts. Back to Long Island to attend college . I have been married for 54 years to my wife whom I met on a blind date. I have two children and […]

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Tom Kuzia

My woodturning experience started quite by accident. One of my grandsons (Mike) wanted to build a fishing rod so I did some research on the subject and bought the necessary parts, supplies and equipment and off we went. A problem arose when it came to the handle as we didn’t have any way to  “form” it […]

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Martha Collins

Leaving graduate school in the early 1970’s, I envied friends who had a cabinet shop.  It resonated deep with me, that at the end of the day there was something  created  that did not exist before. After a short internship as a carpenters apprentice I was able to be trained by the State of Michigan […]

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Mark Jundanian

Mark Jundanian

Mark is an accomplished turner and active forum member who joined Segmented Woodturners in late 2018 looking to learn about the art of segmented turning. I have a confession to make. I am not a segmenter. It’s true, I haven’t made a single segmented piece yet, so I can’t claim that title. But in my […]

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Doug Drury

Doug Drury

My first woodworking project was a pair of speaker boxes shortly after I graduated from high school. I dabbled a bit for the next 6 years until I was married and owned by my first house. Then renovation after renovation followed for 20 years and numerous houses, mostly structural and installation work. Finally, all the […]

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Malcolm Tibbetts

Malcolm Tibbetts

Hi all, here is my short story…  After a long career in ski area management at Heavenly Ski Resort, I transitioned to a semi-successful second career as a full-time segmented woodturning artist.  But it didn’t happen overnight.  It actually started about 66 years ago in my granddad’s woodshop in northern New Hampshire; I was fortunate […]

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