Let's sit back, relax and let’s learn about Jay.
1. How long have you been in Rotary? 
Since 1992 (28+/- years).  My sponsor was Kerry Forbes.
2. My favorite Rotary moments:  
Just about all of them.  Rotary really is a family.  My year as Sergeant At Arms was challenging.
3. Where I currently live and where I grew up:  
Grew up in Storrs, CT.  Dad was the Chair of the Civil Engineering Dept at UCONN so I had to go elsewhere to pursue an Engineering degree (Civil Engineering no less).  
Went to UNH where I found a young lady whose English major helped me get through the liberal arts side of the program.  We married in 1973 and moved to Dover where we have been for 47 years.
4. My Hobbies:  
Embarrassing my 2 children and now 7 grandchildren (since I no longer get reactions from my children).  Maybe model trains (I am an engineer after all).
5. My Business Profession or Current Working or Non-Working Environment:  
My first job out of college was as the City Engineer for the City of Dover NH (10+ years).  
I have been working as a Professional Civil Engineer for a small engineering firm in South Berwick (Civil Consultants) for the last 34 years (which unfortunately means I pay Maine State Income tax).  I piggy backed 28+ years in the Army Reserve with my engineering work and continued working for the Army Reserve as a civilian contractor for another 10 years after my mandatory retirement in 2004 as a Lieutenant Colonel.
6. Something my fellow Rotarians don’t know about me:  
Sometime in 1967/68 I was part of a Boy Scout Order of the Arrow group that did a guest performance on the “Bozo The Clown Show” in Boston (you can google Bozo The Clown).
7. Final words: 
While the more recognized purpose of Rotary is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace both locally and around the world, I find interaction with fellow Dover Rotarians to be equally rewarding.  
As noted earlier, Rotary truly is a family – a family that I am proud to be a part of.