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Self motivated, persistent and empathetic.   My goal in retirement is to make a difference in saving endangered wildlife and their habitat by my direct action in providing rescue, rehabilitation, relocation and outreach education on prairie dogs and the importance of PDs in the preservation of ecosystem balance. In addition, I am continuing some of my father's (John C. Trever, PhD) work on the Dead Sea Scrolls by providing digital images of his vast personal photo collection from 1948-1971 for museum exhibits and numerous publications, including multi-media.

Retired '08 from Navy Civil Service at MCAS Cherry Point, NC NSWC, Det., East Coast Electronic Warfare Range. ISSO, Webmaster and large screen theater developer.Currently doing digital images on 1948+ Dead Sea Scroll photos by John C. Trever, PhD. Active as a Wildlife Rehabber specializing in gray squirrels, flying squirrels and prairie dogs. NC state permit 14 years. Member NWRA and Prairie Dog Pals of NM. Provide outreach education tabling and lectures, rescue and relocation, foster and critical care for prairie dogs via Prairie Dog Pals of NM.Former flight and ground instructor. Served 5 years active duty in the US Navy during Vietnam. Carrier qualified in F-4 Phantom Jets October 1970. Later maintenance - material control officer 3 years S-2 squadrons Quonset Point, RI.Research Associate in vertebrate paleontology for 7 years Natural History Museum of LA County, CA.

National Honor Society, Outstanding Young Men of America 1974, Navy VT-10 Flight Honorman, Distinguished Naval Graduate - Augmented to USN, Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Civil Service Outstanding Personal Achievement Award.

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