Name: Rick Marmei
Specifications: I am a single, male, 35 year old, 6'3" tall, Blond, 185 LB.
I originally born in Toronto and grew up here for 28 years or so. I moved to
Vancouver and stayed there for 3 1/2 years and then moved back to Toronto.
Both places have their virtues.
I have worked in the Tooling and Manufacturing Industry for about 15 years
Both in Toronto and Vancouver. My profession is a Industrial Production
Tool Designer. I design parts production dies and Plastic Injection Molds.
I also do design of Jigs and fixture work for various types of manufacturing.
I have gone through an 3 year apprenticeship for Mold making and am a
Government Certified Mold Maker. Going through the machining side of the
industry I believe makes me better suited for more practical tool design.
I work at Axis Tool Design.
I enjoy Photography, Sailing, Reading, Gardening and Cooking.
Listening various types of music Some of my favorite artists and
groups include (but not in this order) :
Art of Noise - But alas they started so much and are no more, it is a shame.
New Order - good site - Joy Division - Electronic
Bjork - The Sugar Cubes
Anything ambient digital
A Brief history of SKA - Two Tone is cool.
Mick Jones Projects, Big Audio Dynamite, Clash
The Beatles and John Lennon
Talking Heads and David Byrne Projects
Harry Connick Jr.
Nat Cole, (with Chiffaffa on the side.)
Holly Cole (not related)
I have spent quite some time out in Vancouver doing various outdoor
activities. Allot of camping and scenic photography. Which can be
viewed at my PHOTO page. BC is so large and quite beautiful
that it is quite a logical tourist area or even just great to camp in.
The Industrial side of BC is also doing well and always growing.
Freemasonry - 2 B 1 ASK 1.
This is the BC Grandlodge Website - Very extensive articles and finely written.
An overview of Freemasonry
Famous Freemasons list
Red Skelton Link 2
Red said you don't have to use dirty jokes to be funny. (I like that)
I have read most of Wells books - 21 in total
There are Many Many more not listed here.
Notable Freemasons writings
The Rosetta Stone
This is the link to the Ontario Grandlodge Website.