He bats right. Throws right. Played softball for 22 years. “I made the all-star team,” he says, twice in fast-pitch and twice in slow-pitch. When games are on TV, his face is glued to the screen. “I ignore my wife, Dee, when I am watching sports. She says, ‘Come out here and watch something on TV with me.’” That might mean he would have to peel himself away from a Baltimore Orioles or Washington Redskins game, or, more currently, the movie ‘Major League’ — “I love that movie. I watched it four times this week” — and walk near his back room and that collection of old trophies. “I’m loaded with them,” he says. And also with stories of selling computer hardware and software to pharmacies, hospitals and nursing homes, which he did for 22 years. The president of the first graduating class at what was a new Valley high school continues to lead, but in a different capacity. Guess Who! in the discussion box to the right.