About Donald Dean
Donald is a Web Designer and has built numerous Internet Websites. He has been interested in technology and computers for most of his life.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University in Construction Science, a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Wichita State University and also a minor in Mathematics from Wichita State University.
He worked for the Boeing Commercial
Airplane Company for 13 years where he
While at Boeing, Don wrote training materials, put together training manuals, and held classes to teach other Boeing Analysts and Engineers how to use Boeing's Software Configuration Management Program.
He also had a home business for several years where he created Computer Graphics for professionals who spoke at conferences and conventions around the country.
Don's dad grew up on a farm and loved working in the yard and planting things that grew. Don's grandmother lived with the family and she was a country girl and a gardener at heart. Between the two of them, Don learned at a young age the enjoyment one gets from cultivating, planting and watching your trees, flowers, shrubs and garden plants grow and produce. The many gardening lessons that he learned in his younger years, he now applies to the things that he grows around his home in Kansas.
Don has a desire for quality which was reinforced by the way he was raised as a child in Wichita, Kansas. His dad lived through The Great Depression and The Dustbowl of the 1930's and taught him a lot about dependability, responsibility and how to make do with what you have.
His dad also served in the South Pacific during World War II and loved to give advice. One of the things he told Don on numerous occasions and which Don took to heart was that "Whatever you decide to become, be the best that you can be".
"My desire is to have User Friendly Websites that provide Helpful Information and offer Quality Products to internet users. So I hope this Website will be of value to you.
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