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Gary J. Konzak
Senior Electrical Engineer
Gary has over 33 years of experience designing embedded computer control products. In his diverse career he has designed and written software for everything from computer keyboards to building control systems. He designed the electronics that keep the lights on in the New Orleans Superdome. In addition, he also has experience in mechanical and packaging design. Gary is the author of two books on computer peripheral design, including an assembler and reverse assembler program. In 2006, Gary left a successful consulting business to help drive the Handi Quilter machine product line into the future.
Although not a quilter, Gary has helped his wife choose fabric, select patterns and tie quilts for family. He supports Handi Quilter’s motto, “Designed by a Quilter, for Quilters. By bouncing new feature and product ideas off the quilters who work at HQ on the education and marketing teams. He is a past vice-president of the student chapter of IEEE. He is active in the Boy Scouts of America where he has received the Second Miler Award and District Award of Merit for his service. Gary graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from Brigham Young University.