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About Larry Bentley
Larry is a retired engineer who worked for more than 35 years in the telecommunications industry where he specialized in construction project management for AC/DC power systems, generators, switchgear and UPS systems. His work earned the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Conservation Design award in 1984. Larry has used his expertise to assist communities in 20 developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia. His missions have included work in refugee camps in Nepal, Uganda, and Ethiopia, electrical system evaluation in hospitals in Liberia and Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis, and assessing and repairing water wells in Ethiopia as part of a drought response effort. Larry received a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He is certified as a commercial pilot and flight instructor, as well as a certified trainer for rotary mud drilling and hand pump repair.
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