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  1. brian_doyle_01.jpeg.8559850eb930edaf154431b4bb33185e.jpegDOYLE, Brian Michael – Of Grand Blanc, age 42, was born in Flint, Michigan on October 29, 1979 and passed away on Saturday, June 4, 2022 as a result of an auto accident involving a drunk driver.

    Memorial visitation 1 p.m. and Memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, 2022 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road.

    Cremation has taken place.

    He was raised in Swartz Creek, Michigan and graduated from Swartz Creek High School in 1998. Brian worked as an electrician since age 18. He became known as a trouble-shooter of electrical problems and his work was that of perfection.

    Brian was a car enthusiast. He never saw a car that couldn’t look better with special tires, rims and car bling. Brian had deep faith deep within his heart.

    He gave the best sincere hugs. He loved passionately and he never met a stranger.

    He had an infectious smile and he was a child at heart, with a knack for goofy quick-witted humor. He made people giggle over the silliest things.

    Brian loved his country. He was proud to be a true patriot with strong political beliefs. If you knew Brian, you knew his stance on the issues of the day.

    Family was more important than anything in his life. He loved passionately and if you were his friend, you were a friend for life and if you were down and out, Brian would show up on your doorstep to support.

    So many introduced themselves as Brian’s Best Friend." He called his parents almost every day, even if he only had a few moments. He ended every call with "I love you guys". He put others needs ahead of his own and was beyond generous.

    Brian gave in death as he gave in life, as he is a multi-organ donor to the Gift of Life. We suspect whoever received his heart, will be truly blessed.

    Brian is survived by parents, John and Jeannie Doyle; brother and sister-in-law, Brett and Whitney Doyle; beloved twin nephews; 2 of his biggest joys, Jaxon and Hunter Doyle; uncles, Ron Boros, Jim Boros and Shelly Rowe, and Ron Claerhout and aunt, Linda Geiger; aunt and uncle, Yvonne and Mike Mancik; girlfriend, Danielle Paul; and many loving cousins.

    Brian was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, John and MaryAnn Doyle; maternal grandparents, Alex and Irene Boros; aunts, Shelley Boros, Diane Boros, Barbara Boros, Dorothy Clarehout and Patricia Doyle and uncle, Bill Geiger.

    Family is overwhelmed with the out pouring of love and support from all of Brian’s family and friends. It means so much to the family.

    Our world has gotten a little darker for us, but brighter for Heaven. Brian’s brother said it best, "He flew fast and burned out bright".

    Those desiring may make contributions to MADD, Wounded Warrior Project or Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

  2. My MacBook Pro got updated to MacOS Monterey (12.2.1) and since then, I can't use git at all.  When I run git I get this

    USDETMNBSJEMD6R:~ iSupport$ git
    xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun

    So in reading about others having this issue they just run 

    USDETMNBSJEMD6R:~ iSupport$ xcode-select --install
    xcode-select: note: install requested for command line developer tools

    This popped open a window showing the install (which isn't a fast install at all)


    Eventually it will give you a pop up like the one shown below that states the software is installed.


    For my own sanity I just check version to see if the command git will work now and it does

    USDETMNBSJEMD6R:~ iSupport$ git --version
    git version 2.30.1 (Apple Git-130)


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    Davison Robotics is part of an extra curricular activity offered to students of the Davison Community Schools that offers the ability to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and is part of FIRST.  

    Current Davison Community School FIRST Teams include:

    • Davison High School (Team 3534)
    • Davison Middle School (Team 10058, Team 9514 )
    • Davison Intermediate School ( )
    • Davison Elementary School ( )

    EventGuyZ became a supporter and addressed the lack of a davisonrobotics.com website in early 2018.  They were using team3534.com but nothing to represent any of the other Davison Robotics teams so we registered davisonrobotics.com and created a general Davison Robotics logo


    Then we created email accounts for the domain @davisonrobotics.com since the turnover on volunteers and board members is pretty often so when volunteers contact supporters and/or vendors the email will be saved for the next person.  All we do is setup a forward to personal email of volunteer so they can see the email come into there mailbox (still leaving the original in the mailbox on the server).  To respond, they can email with whatever@davisonrobotics.com so everything is saved.  All working beautifully.

    Initial website used Wordpress which was slow... very very slow.  Was getting attacked on a regular basis (unsuccessfully) but the investment to build the website on Wordpress and add all the requested features was taking more money than we felt comfortable donating so we had to regroup and strategize on a better solution.  We ended up building an Invision Community website that was beautiful, functional and half the cost.  Also provided much better security.

    Kids and Coaches were using the site successfully and then began the downward spiral which is why the website no longer exists.  We did this to help the kids and support volunteers since they are giving up their time to help the students be successful but being ungrateful for the thousands invested breaks that relationship very easily.

    We wish Davison Robotics much success.  You can follow them on Facebook.


  4. Technical School typically comes after your Basic Training.  Now based on what job the military assigns you depends on where you will be going for your schooling.  Example for the Air Force they have four bases for Technical Training which include:

    • Goodfellow AFB, TX
    • Lackland AFB, TX (so in short you go to training where you went to basic)
    • Sheppard AFB, TX
    • Keesler AFB, MS
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