Jeremy Aldridge was born and raised in Winslow, Indiana and graduated as
valedictorian from Pike Central High School in 1999. He then attended
the University of Evansville and in 2003 graduated summa cum laude with
a B.S. degree in computer engineering. While in college, Jeremy
participated in a variety of activities including choir, intramurals,
ACM, IEEE, and pep band. During his senior year he served as president
of the Indiana Epsilon chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. He
also spent a semester studying at Harlaxton College in Grantham, England.
Jeremy began work for Ciholas as an intern in the summer of
2002. He now serves as a design engineer working on a variety of active
projects within the company. Jeremy enjoys all aspects of computer
engineering and strives to diversify his skill set by taking on new
challenges. He has experience with everything from high-level system
architecture conception to coding Verilog to high-speed signal board
layout to writing Linux device drivers.
Outside of the office, Jeremy enjoys traveling and backpacking; he has
visited most of the U.S. and over a dozen foreign countries. At home he
enjoys reading, working out, fishing, and many other outdoor-related
activities. Jeremy is active with various Evansville choral groups and
is a member of the Arthur General Baptist Church.