User:Brandon CS Sanders

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talk: leave me a public message (preferred)
email: myfirstname@solseed.org
phone: (626) SOL-SEED ... (626) 765-7333
skype: BrandonCsSanders
address: 1824 SE Oak Street, Portland OR 97214, United States

A bit about me

Hello, I'm with Shelley. I'm one of the founders of the SolSeedMovement. I'm currently working to create the first SolSeed Business.

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A lot about me

Some folks have asked me why I add my two middle initials when I sign my name. I do it to make it easy to tell me apart from the more famous folks that also have the name Brandon Sanders. My four names are a brief sketch of my family tree. The first three names come from the gals and the last name comes from the fellas:

Brandon - maternal Grandma born Evelina Brandon.
Clark - paternal Grandma born Delores Clark.
Schoepflin - wife born Shelley Schoepflin.
Sanders - dad born Robert Sanders.

I'm proud of my family and the sacrifices they've made so that I could have more opportunities than they.

My dad is a journeyman model maker who runs 4B, a small Wire EDM shop. I inherit my creativity and passion for inventing from him. My mom is a journeyman die maker who nurtures our family and does the books for 4B. I inherit my attention to detail and passion for justice from her. Thanks mom and dad!


Jibing at the Event Site in Hood River. I fell 8 seconds later.
My self-education also includes a few credentials ... a BSE (June 1998) in Electrical Engineering from Walla Walla College (now University) and a PhD (August 1, 2005) in Computer Science from the University of Rochester. I am involved in starting the SolSeedMovement and love to go windsurfing in the Columbia River Gorge with Shelley (yes she is better than me <sigh>).

I hope to see you around :-)

May you be filled with loving kindness.
May you be well.
May you be peaceful and at ease.
May you be happy.
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