• Owwie's Computer Pages
     
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    Name: Mr. William "Owwie" Huggins             
    Email Address: william.huggins@matsuk12.us
    Phone number: (907) 830-9630
     
         Owwie was born in North Tarrytown, NY and was raised in Upstate New York in a small town called Gilbertsville. At age 14, he started playing with, breaking, and repairing computers. At age 17, he graduated from High School with double the necessary credits and went on to college. Upon becoming bored with his Engineering Major in less than a year, he joined the U.S. Army. After 8 years in the U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers, Owwie received an offer to work for General Motors. There he worked as an Electrician and Robotics Programmer. Becoming interested in Infrared Thermography, he helped develop and maintain the Infrared Thermography Predictive Maintenance Program at Saturn Corp. in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
     
         In 2006, General Motors made the decision to fold the Saturn brand and began downsizing, so Owwie decided to accept the buyout offer and follow his family's dream of moving to Alaska. After living in Anchorage for a year, the small town life was calling, and the Huggins family moved to Big Lake. Shortly after moving to Big Lake, Owwie called on his many years of computer experience to secure employment with the MSBSD IT department.  The Huggins family currently resides in Wasilla, along with both home-based businesses that take up most of their time.
     
         Spring of 2014 will mark 32 years of computer experience for Owwie. Computer gaming has long been a passion, but it has it's place. Owwie has been heard on several occasions telling students, "Unless you have all A's, you don't have time to play games."
     
    Work Schedule - 7:00 - 3:30
    School
    Schedule
    Career Tech High
    Monday & Friday
    Teeland Middle
    Tuesday & Thursday
    Admin/Bonus Day
    Wednesday - where the need is greatest

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on September 30, 2014