- About silver creek
- My parents were rounded up during WWII and put into a Japanese Relocation Center in the Arizona Desert where I was born. After my family's release we went to Seabrook, NJ with about 3000 other Japanese.
In 1959 our family moved to Los Angeles where I attended a Junior and Senior High School. I graduated tied for first in a class of 575. Three of us finished high school with a perfect 4.0 GPA. We had a smart class. 3 went to Cal Tech and 3 of us went to Stanford.
I was at Stanford University from 1962-1973 on an academic scholarship. Graduated with distinction and honors (phi beta kappa in chemistry) Stanford '66; and Stanford MD degree '71, plus 2 years of surgical internship and residency training at Stanford University Medical Center. Then switched to radiology residency at the University of Utah Medical Center; Appointed Chief Resident in 75/76. Practiced radiology in Wisconsin for 23 years. Past chairman of the radiology dept at Aspirus Hospital and past president of my medical group. Retired in 1999 at age 55.
I learned to fly fish in 1979 from my best friend, Gary Borger. Our families are very close and he continues to teach me about the sport I love.
- Rothschld, Wisconsin
- Just about everything fly fishing and science.
- Domestic Negotiator
"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought"..........Szent-Gyorgy