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Background Information

Employment History

President

Ocean Woodturners


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Ocean Woodturners

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President Emeritus Ken D'Ambrosio
Ken D'Ambrosio Ocean Woodturners Founder and First President As most members now know, Ken, D'Ambrosio, a founder of Ocean Woodturners and its long-time president, stepped down in December, handing over the reins to Mike Murray. I first met Ken through a classified ad. Ken had placed an ad in my paper looking for a buyer for an old horse of a lathe he had. He just bought the Rolls Royce of lathes-a custom made Nichols (his lovely wife, Dori, probably still doesn't know what that cost!) and he wanted to unload the old one he had. A little background on Ken: He came to Rhode Island after falling in love during a visit here. He had a highly successful marketing and advertising business in New York City and one day had to do a photo shoot in Newport. Driving through the state was enough to convince him he wanted to move to a more relaxing place. Now Ken is one of those disgusting persons you sometimes meet-you know the type-whatever he does, he does well. Ken is an award winning marketing expert, an expert photographer, an expert wine-maker, an expert stone carver and expert gardener-the list goes on. Artistically inclined, he decided after seeing that Connecticut exhibit that he wanted to further explore the art of woodturning. He is now an expert woodturner. From the very beginning Ken urged the members to bring something to the table, to share knowledge. All of this and more would not have been possible without the creative foresight of Ken D'Ambrosio who got an idea several years ago and ran with it, bringing all of us on an enjoyable and educational journey. All of us who enjoy working with wood, exchanging ideas and helpful hints, joining together with other hobbyists, owe Ken a great debt of gratitude.


Ocean Woodturners

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President Emeritus Ken D'Ambrosio
Ken D'Ambrosio Ocean Woodturners Founder and First President As most members now know, Ken, D'Ambrosio, a founder of Ocean Woodturners and its long-time president, stepped down in December, handing over the reins to Mike Murray. I first met Ken through a classified ad. Ken had placed an ad in my paper looking for a buyer for an old horse of a lathe he had. He just bought the Rolls Royce of lathes-a custom made Nichols (his lovely wife, Dori, probably still doesn't know what that cost!) and he wanted to unload the old one he had. A little background on Ken: He came to Rhode Island after falling in love during a visit here. He had a highly successful marketing and advertising business in New York City and one day had to do a photo shoot in Newport. Driving through the state was enough to convince him he wanted to move to a more relaxing place. Now Ken is one of those disgusting persons you sometimes meet-you know the type-whatever he does, he does well. Ken is an award winning marketing expert, an expert photographer, an expert wine-maker, an expert stone carver and expert gardener-the list goes on. Artistically inclined, he decided after seeing that Connecticut exhibit that he wanted to further explore the art of woodturning. He is now an expert woodturner. From the very beginning Ken urged the members to bring something to the table, to share knowledge. All of this and more would not have been possible without the creative foresight of Ken D'Ambrosio who got an idea several years ago and ran with it, bringing all of us on an enjoyable and educational journey. All of us who enjoy working with wood, exchanging ideas and helpful hints, joining together with other hobbyists, owe Ken a great debt of gratitude.


Special Tribute

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President Emeritus Ken D'Ambrosio
Ocean Woodturners Founder and First President As most members now know, Ken, D'Ambrosio, a founder of Ocean Woodturners and its long-time president, stepped down in December, handing over the reins to Mike Murray. I first met Ken through a classified ad. Ken had placed an ad in my paper looking for a buyer for an old horse of a lathe he had. He just bought the Rolls Royce of lathes-a custom made Nichols (his lovely wife, Dori, probably still doesn't know what that cost!) and he wanted to unload the old one he had. A little background on Ken: He came to Rhode Island after falling in love during a visit here. He had a highly successful marketing and advertising business in New York City and one day had to do a photo shoot in Newport. Driving through the state was enough to convince him he wanted to move to a more relaxing place. Now Ken is one of those disgusting persons you sometimes meet-you know the type-whatever he does, he does well. Ken is an award winning marketing expert, an expert photographer, an expert wine-maker, an expert stone carver and expert gardener-the list goes on. Artistically inclined, he decided after seeing that Connecticut exhibit that he wanted to further explore the art of woodturning. He is now an expert woodturner. From the very beginning Ken urged the members to bring something to the table, to share knowledge. All of this and more would not have been possible without the creative foresight of Ken D'Ambrosio who got an idea several years ago and ran with it, bringing all of us on an enjoyable and educational journey. All of us who enjoy working with wood, exchanging ideas and helpful hints, joining together with other hobbyists, owe Ken a great debt of gratitude.


Photo Gallery

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Ocean Woodturners president Ken D'Ambrosio presents the Make-A-Wish Foundation a check for $1000.00 during the July 18th, 2002 meeting.
The money was raised at the exhibit set up at the Wickford Art Festival.


Ocean Woodturners

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Ocean Woodturners was formed in the spring of 1996 by Ken D'Ambrosio of North Kingstown, Rudi Hempe of Narragansett and Bruce Arnold of Jamestown.
Ken actually came up with the idea for a club after seeing a woodturning exhibit in Connecticut put on by a turners club. Impressed by what he saw, he had a hunch that there would be many in Rhode Island interested in membership in a similar club. Ken offered his woodworking shop as a meeting place. The members decided against having bylaws but they did elect Ken as president; Bruce Arnold as vice president and Rudi as secretary/treasurer. During the third year year, Ken offered his beautiful bayside home as site for a club outing. This outing has become a tradition.


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