Greg Edwards, Principal Engineer
My professional website. Resume, References and more. Last updated Jan 2021.
They say that no family is perfect. If having the perfect family means not having these people in my life, then I don't want the perfect family. I love my family and I wouldn't trade any of them for anything in this or any other world!
In 1991 we bought our house where Sandy and I planned to raise our family. Jason was 10, Shannon 7 and Megan 3 so this is where our roots were finally put down. Lots of memories here and this is the anchor for our family. Of course Sandy and I are always thinking about how this or that could be better so we've done a few DIY projects over the years.
2 months after Sandy and I got married we bought a 1979 Camaro. When we drove it off the lot it had that new car smell, shinny new paint job and 8 miles on the odometer. We still have the Camaro along with all of the great memories and a few more miles on the odometer. The Camaro is not just a car. it's a member of the family. Being a car guy it was just a matter of time before it went from being a daily driver to my "HOT ROD!!!"
Usually, when you think of family heirlooms you think of jewelry, china, dining room sets or other things that the women of the family get sentimental over. It's not very often guys get excited over family heirlooms. I can honestly say that I'm one of the lucky one's. Then again, I would prefer that my Grandfather was still with us. The family heirloom that he left us will always remind me of him, it's really cool too! If you're into trucks, Detroit creativity, or a "Car Guy" like me, then you need to check out the Warlock. Or, if you knew my grandfather, Virgil H. Edwards, I would like to invite you to take a short trip down memory lane with me.