Mentor, Subject Area Specialest, Entrepreneur - Keith Cutter

Keith Cutter entrepreneur

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

Keith Cutter Retired Software Engineer, Emergency Medical Services Deputy Chief, Retired, and Owner and founder EMF Remedy

Keith Cutter provides electromagnetic field analysis and remediation services through his company, EMF Remedy (

He began his career in high-tech working for Apple Computer as a college intern. As a Software Engineer, he worked on the Apple Lisa, and later on the original Apple Mac. He then spent 15 years with Hewlett-Packard beginning as a Systems Engineer and ultimately managing an international team responsible for new product introductions in support of a $3 billion portion of HP’s LaserJet business.

Wanting to leave behind big-city life, he moved his young family to a remote area in North Idaho where Keith built a new career serving his community in emergency medical services. Working for several 911 EMS agencies, he served as care provider, captain and ultimately deputy chief.

Keith’s family enjoyed a decade of living off-grid. Their homestead supplied over 50% of the family’s dietary needs (chickens, rabbits, hogs, Icelandic Sheep, and dairy goats). They enjoyed produce from a large garden, and experienced the benefits of homeschooling their children.

After aquiring and overcoming health related issues Keith believes were related to EMF exposure, he now dedicates his efforts to helping people evaluate, identify and reduce EMF threats in their homes.

Keith is a grandfather, father of two, husband of 32 years and bondservant of Christ.

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