Russell M. Middleton
Polmaise Road
01786 849186 ~ russellmiddleton AT


Information Technology / Microcomputer Support / Website management.


Associate Degree (2 year, best 1%) and experience in Desktop Support. Website designer/manager and volunteer guide for the Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling, Scotland. Presenter for MacFarlane's Company an all-volunteer Living History Troupe based in Toledo, Ohio. Member Alba Re-enactment & Clan Heritage Trust, Alloa, Scotland. Student Member - British Computer Society (BCS). Member IWA/HWG since 2002. Assembled a Heathkit H8 PC in 1983. Studied FORTRAN on a punch card fed mainframe in 1974.


Bachelor of Science in Computing Science                             granted 15 March 2007
University of Stirling

A. S. in Business: Microcomputer Support Specialist (Highest Distinction)     December 2002
Lansing Community College -- Lansing, Michigan
Communications Officer for LCC branch of International Honour Society ΦΘΚ
LAN systems, Linux, Web management, Accounting, Data Communications.
Web pages designed with graphics, sound, and accessibility factors in mind.
Computer Skills:
Hardware: IBM pc clones
OS: Windows 3.x/9.x/2000/ME/XP, Linux/UNIX, DOS
Software: Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, Quattro Pro, Lotus 123 (dos)
Languages: HTML, Visual Basic, BASIC, FORTRAN

Work History:

Tech Support, part-time -- Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan, Jan – Jul 2003

Truck Driver -- ATMOSPHERE ANNEALING -- Lansing, MI                              1994 – 2001
Using first Quattro Pro, then migrating to Excel, developed a method of capturing information from a shipping database, then merged the data into a spreadsheet and generated reports and charts showing customer turn-around time, to meet ISO 9001 requirements.
Received Certificate of Appreciation for participating on the Y2K team.

Truck Driver – Progressive Heat Treating, Grand Rapids, Michigan,                 1978 -- 1994

Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan – ‘summa cum laude’ (best 1%)
United States Air Force Good Conduct Medal

References are available on request.

Updated: 10 June 2007.