He has lived in same small town on the Llano Estacado of southeastern New Mexico for the past 57 years. During that time he has held a variety of jobs, from maintenance worker to teacher. But his favorite, longest maintained, and most rewarding job, was as an emergency services dispatcher for local law enforcement agencies.
Kenneth spent twenty-five years taking classes in everything that interested him at nearby colleges. He has an undergraduate degree in Geology/Anthropology, and a graduate degree in secondary education. He still lives in the same town where he grew up, on the same property, and has many of the same friends and acquaintances. He is an avid reader of science and travel books and a landscape photographer. BREATHE: Living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is his first book.