Class of 1964
Brunswick High School
Kim Myers
Nick Name




4104 182nd Avenue SE

Issaquah, WA 98027


E-Mail Address

Martial status

Debby Rice



Great Grandchildren

Where Lived While Attending High School

811 North Avenue, Brunswick, MD


Brunswick High School - Graduated fromTowson State University - BS Mathematics - Attended John Hopkins University on the Westinghouse Awards Program

If you were in the service - Branch - Period of service - Where served etc.

Served in the US Navy  1968 - 1972 as an electronic technician Second Class aboard  the U.S.S. Constitution LPH- USS Guadalcanal

Briefly What Happened Since Leaving School

My career included 22 years at Westinghouse Defense Electronics in Baltimore where I started as an engineering aide and worked my way up through the engineering ranks as a design engineer and then was promoted to Test Manager, Manufacturing Program Manager, Division Materials Manager, and
Program Manager.  I worked on products as varied as the tv camera that was used on the Apollo moon missions, radar for the F4 and F16 fighter jets, radar for the Awacs early-warning airaircraft, and numerous air defense systems. I then went to Allied Signal Communications Division where I held positions as Quality Engineering Manager, Purchasing Manager, and Program Manager.  I was involved in products as varied as the fuze for the Patriot Missile, and various communications and avionics products.  I then went to Allied Signal Microelectronics facility in Columbia where I was Manager of Materiel and then Business Manager.  There we produced complex integrated circuits for various electronic products.  After leaving Allied Signal, I took a position as Material Manager for United Defense at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg PA.  At United Defense we manufactured the Paladin Howitzer for the Army.  In 1996, I moved to Redmond Washington where I became General Manager of Universal Avionics Manufacturing division. During this period of my career I was responsible for building a 57,000 sq foot electronic manufacturing facility in Tucson Arizona.  Since leaving Universal Avionics I have been a manager and a CEO of two contract
manufacturing companies.  I am currently President of Applied Technical Services, a $40 million per year electronics manufacturing company in Bothell Washington.  I am responsible for this facility as well as opening new manufacturing facility in Hermosillo Mexico in April of 2004.

My family includes my wife     Debby, a son Keith and his wife Suzette living near  Baltimore, a son Joshua "Josh" and a daughter Rebecca "Becky" living
in Redmond WA, a son Ryan living in Mill Creek WA and a daughter Lacy Wisner living in Auburn WA.

I am honored to have grown up in Brunswick and believe that the influences of Brunswick and my class mates of Brunswick schools have had a significant
impact on who I am and the successes I have had in my life.  I do miss those innocent years of my youth in Brunswick.