Dan Mouer

I'm 50 years old, happily married for 15 years, have a 30-year-old son, a one-year-old granddaughter, and a lovable, if huge, hound-dog named "Mr. T." I am a prof of anthropology and archaeology at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. I specialize in American culture history. Before becoming an anthropologist I worked as a chemistry lab technician in Pittsburgh and as a writer, editor, and photographer in New York.

After separation from service in 1967, I spent six years trashing my first marriage and my head, spreading myself thin, being "creative." I went back to college in 1973. Thank heaven for the GI Bill.

Hobbies? Writing, composing music on my synth, my digital darkroom. Robin and I like to shoot together -- handgun target and action shooting, as well as shotgun sports (sporting clays). The highlight of each year is our two-week vacation on Ocracoke Island. Mr. T. agrees.

Dan Mouer

Former Pioneer and Bridge Specialist.
U. S. Army 511th Engr. Co. (PB) 70th Engr. Bn. (Combat)
An Khe, RVN, 1966-67

You can reach Dan via E-Mail at: dmouer@va.mediaone.net



Dan's Web Page: http://saturn.vcu.edu/~dmouer/homepage.htm