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Fred Cruger

Cincgarage

Retired Incorporated

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Retired Incorporated

94 Melody Ln

Marlborough, Massachusetts 01752

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Engineer
Agilent Technologies Inc.

Research and Development Manager, Measurement Solutions Division
Hewlett-Packard Company

Affiliations

Vice President
Granite Falls Historical Society

Web References (28 Total References)


That's what city planning commissioner ...

www.heraldnet.com [cached]

That's what city planning commissioner and local historian Fred Cruger calls Granite Falls - the actual waterfall and town namesake - on the south fork of the Stillaguamish River.

...
"The bridge is to be replaced because it carries a lot of wide vehicles, but many people would like to see it kept as a pedestrian walkway," Cruger said. "It's in good shape and provides a great view of the river gorge below."
The 540-foot fishway and its 280-foot tunnel were built in 1954, Cruger said.
...
"All you have to do is ask," Cruger said. To schedule a visit, call 360-691-2603 and leave a message or write a quick note to info@gfhistory.org.
The museum is housed in the old Sharp family home at 109 Union St. There you can see what life was like in town about 100 years ago.
"I've always enjoyed looking back to see how people solved their problems without electronics," Cruger said.
...
"It's like the outdoor community center," Cruger said. "Everybody goes. Granite Falls folks are animal people."
Eateries in Granite Falls tend to be small, but lunchtime suggestions include the new Barbecue Bucket, open Thursday through Sunday at 402 E. Stanley St., and the popular Playa Bonita Mexican Restaurant, 206 E. Stanley.
"Playa Bonita is the cleanest, friendliest eating establishment in the county and it has great food," Cruger said.


That's what city planning commissioner ...

www.heraldnet.com [cached]

That's what city planning commissioner and local historian Fred Cruger calls Granite Falls - the actual waterfall and town namesake - on the south fork of the Stillaguamish River.

...
"The bridge is to be replaced because it carries a lot of wide vehicles, but many people would like to see it kept as a pedestrian walkway," Cruger said. "It's in good shape and provides a great view of the river gorge below."
The 540-foot fishway and its 280-foot tunnel were built in 1954, Cruger said.
...
"All you have to do is ask," Cruger said. To schedule a visit, call 360-691-2603 and leave a message or write a quick note to info@gfhistory.org.
The museum is housed in the old Sharp family home at 109 Union St. There you can see what life was like in town about 100 years ago.
"I've always enjoyed looking back to see how people solved their problems without electronics," Cruger said.
...
"It's like the outdoor community center," Cruger said. "Everybody goes. Granite Falls folks are animal people."
Eateries in Granite Falls tend to be small, but lunchtime suggestions include the new Barbecue Bucket, open Thursday through Sunday at 402 E. Stanley St., and the popular Playa Bonita Mexican Restaurant, 206 E. Stanley.
"Playa Bonita is the cleanest, friendliest eating establishment in the county and it has great food," Cruger said.


That's what city planning commissioner ...

www.heraldnet.com [cached]

That's what city planning commissioner and local historian Fred Cruger calls Granite Falls - the actual waterfall and town namesake - on the south fork of the Stillaguamish River.

...
"The bridge is to be replaced because it carries a lot of wide vehicles, but many people would like to see it kept as a pedestrian walkway," Cruger said. "It's in good shape and provides a great view of the river gorge below."
The 540-foot fishway and its 280-foot tunnel were built in 1954, Cruger said.
...
"All you have to do is ask," Cruger said. To schedule a visit, call 360-691-2603 and leave a message or write a quick note to info@gfhistory.org.
The museum is housed in the old Sharp family home at 109 Union St. There you can see what life was like in town about 100 years ago.
"I've always enjoyed looking back to see how people solved their problems without electronics," Cruger said.
...
"It's like the outdoor community center," Cruger said. "Everybody goes. Granite Falls folks are animal people."
Eateries in Granite Falls tend to be small, but lunchtime suggestions include the new Barbecue Bucket, open Thursday through Sunday at 402 E. Stanley St., and the popular Playa Bonita Mexican Restaurant, 206 E. Stanley.
"Playa Bonita is the cleanest, friendliest eating establishment in the county and it has great food," Cruger said.


That's what city planning commissioner ...

www.heraldnet.com [cached]

That's what city planning commissioner and local historian Fred Cruger calls Granite Falls - the actual waterfall and town namesake - on the south fork of the Stillaguamish River.

...
"The bridge is to be replaced because it carries a lot of wide vehicles, but many people would like to see it kept as a pedestrian walkway," Cruger said. "It's in good shape and provides a great view of the river gorge below."
The 540-foot fishway and its 280-foot tunnel were built in 1954, Cruger said.
...
"All you have to do is ask," Cruger said. To schedule a visit, call 360-691-2603 and leave a message or write a quick note to info@gfhistory.org.
The museum is housed in the old Sharp family home at 109 Union St. There you can see what life was like in town about 100 years ago.
"I've always enjoyed looking back to see how people solved their problems without electronics," Cruger said.
...
"It's like the outdoor community center," Cruger said. "Everybody goes. Granite Falls folks are animal people."
Eateries in Granite Falls tend to be small, but lunchtime suggestions include the new Barbecue Bucket, open Thursday through Sunday at 402 E. Stanley St., and the popular Playa Bonita Mexican Restaurant, 206 E. Stanley.
"Playa Bonita is the cleanest, friendliest eating establishment in the county and it has great food," Cruger said.


Spain hooked up with Fred ...

www.oncellsystems.com [cached]

Spain hooked up with Fred Cruger, vice president of the Granite Falls Historical Society.

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In fact, on the Granite Falls walking tour, some of the historic buildings on the tour have the QR code available on the building itself, Cruger said.
"On a walking tour you don't want to type a URL," Cruger said.
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Cruger said that this cyber tour technology is changing rapidly. So much so, that in probably less than two weeks, the user interface will be improved and be much more "elegant" than it is right now.
"We are trying to get people excited about it," Cruger said.
Cruger did all this work on the cyber tours for no pay.
...
Cruger said simply that to bring history to the younger generation, you have to put it in a form they are accustomed to.
"And it's a great way to actually get people interested in the idea of physically visiting historic sites," Cruger said.

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