Ken Vogt served a 44-year professional career in the planning, design, construction, startup, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems. Ken received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Recently retired from the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, Ken remains locally involved in the Lower Cape Fear River Program and the Cape Fear River Assembly and currently serving a three year term as the North Carolina American Water Works Association Water Environment Association (NC AWWA WEA) Delegate to the national Water Environment Federation (WEF). Ken was also a volunteer emergency medical technician 42 years, most recently retiring from the Leland Fire Rescue Department and has previously served upon the Evesham (NJ) Environmental Commission, Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority and the Evesham Township representative upon the Southwest Branch Rancocas Creek Drainage Basin Committee. Ken enjoys sailing, kayaking, basketball, tennis, chess, bridge and volunteering with the federation and the Cape Fear Museum. Ken is a founding member of the Sun Coast Cruisers classic car club and restored his 1966 bright purple metallic Chevelle Malibu sport coupe. Ken has been married over 46 years to his wonderful spouse Joanne and is a proud father of four exceptional sons and 12 amazing grandchildren.