Thomas Wayne King, Ed.D. (CCC-SLP/L, ret.) is UWEC professor emeritus,
communication sciences & disorders, and a retired clinical speech-language pathologist. His sister Karen lived with severe disabilities, so Tom, FCC license WF9I, is author of Assistive Technology: Essential Human Factors (Simon & Schuster/Allyn &
Bacon, Boston) among 16 books so far on technology, human factors, disability, ergonomics, plus other fun fiction and non-fiction topics. Tom has also published numerous articles, songs, poems and/or raps as folk composer/writer of instrumental and vocal works of our Lake Superior Northland. As an Eagle Scout, lifelong skier, hiker, karateka, and now farmer, Tom stays active with his author wife, Debbi, their two sons (a physicist and a physician), grandkids, and Sunny, their Shetland Sheepdog.
Tom and Debbi celebrate all seasons with their fluffy flock of rugged registered Icelandic wool sheep at Sunny Cove Farm, overlooking bays and harbors of western Lake
Superior. Tom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.