Bill Sellinger is a U.S. Army veteran and electrical engineering technician who has nearly 50 years of experience and a proclivity for getting the job done.
After being drafted to the Army for two years, Bill enlisted for an additional year to gain experience in the Army Air Defense Command school in equipment training. His military experience working with high-powered illuminating radar led him to Astronautics Corp. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where his lab work helped develop cockpit instrumentation.
After seven years at Astronautics, Bill left to attend Milwaukee Area Technical College, studying electrical technology with a minor in biomedical engineering. Shortly after graduation, he moved to Florida, where he spent 17 years helping develop medical imaging equipment.
Following this, his journey led him back to military projects, this time on the civilian side working on communications systems for another 17 years. After six years of retirement, Bill felt the lure of circuit boards and soldering irons calling his name, and he followed the call into the lab of Arctic Rays, where he currently serves as an electronics technician.
Bill’s calm demeanor and penchant for meeting people where they are make him a relatable teacher. He equally enjoys the music of Woodstock and modern rock music, and in his spare time, he delights in the wonders of nature, the challenge of home projects and the joy of his wife, two sons and granddaughter.