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About Me… – David Snape

Welcome to my blog – one of many that I have.

This one is devoted to health and wellness with a special
emphasis on dental health.

I am married (happily) and I do not have any children or pets.  In fact, I do not even have a  plant!  I like it that way (in regards to the plants and pets)  We are definitely open to having children.

I was born in New Jersey – the southern part of the state.  As a child I lived in Sicklerville and as a teenager in a town called Mays Landing.

When I graduated from High School, I took the medal for Social Studies with me.  That was as much a shock to me as anyone else.  I had no idea I was even a candidate!

I joined the US Navy and worked for 4 years and 7 months on active duty both in Maryland and in Hawaii.  I was attached to the VQ3 squadron at Barber’s Point.

When I left the Navy, I went to college.  I received two Associate Degrees. One was in biology and the other was in ‘math and science’. Later, I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Science..

I also attended Chiropractic school.   I am not a Chiropractor. After becoming the student body president at one of the schools I attended I quit with only 1.5 years remaining.  I quit because of the politics and also because I had my doubts about ‘cracking spines’ for the next 30 years!

After leaving, I worked in Toxicology for a couple of years and then in Information Technology for a two different companies.

My passion for health and wellness never left me and  I wrote a book about gum disease entited: What You Should Know about Gum Disease.  My special interest in dental health was sparked by my own encounter with gum disease and my quest to avoid expensive and potentially damaging treatments!

I have also been dabbling with websites since 2002 and this domain: tobeinformed.com was my very first domain.

Thanks for stopping by to visit, if there are any questions I can answer, feel free to ask!


RT @davesnape  I found out about Dave at http://www.tobeinformed.com  Thanks Dave!