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I (Tom Keske) am a telecommunications software engineer, most recently as principal staff engineer for a Fortune 500 company. I have worked in this field for 33 years.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, with honors, from Case Western Reserve University, `74.
I am originally from Chardon, Ohio. I lived for 5 years the Washington, D.C. suburbs, as a federal employee (statistician/computer programmer), before moving to Boston in 1979.
I am age 55, with a lifetime partner of 35 years, Daniel (married in the state of Massachusetts).
I have worked as a gay/AIDS activist throughout my adult life. I engaged in a fast, toward passage of the Massachusetts gay civil rights bill, in 1989. I participated in group civil disobedience actions at the U.S. Supreme Court, following Bowers vs Hardwick, and in Raleigh, North Carolina, to protest the homophobic policies of then-Senator Jesse Helms. I also engaged in civil disobedience over the Bowers vs Hardwick decision, in Atlanta, Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C.
For hobbies, I enjoy swimming, hiking, bicycling, chess, and the 4000 year-old Chinese/Japanese game of "Go". I enjoy travel, and have visited thus far in 20 countries.
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