New Milford resident Bert Goff was recently elected treasurer of the Danbury Area Computer Society.

DACS informs and educates people interested in computing, be they novices, intermediate or experienced users via meetings and workshops.

Goff, who is retired from IBM and does some independent software development contracting, has been a DACS member for more than 10 years.

Computers remain one of his interests and hobbies. With IBM, he was involved in all phases of software development, primarily in operating systems.

His PC experience goes back to 1982 with the first IBM PCs (64K, 2 diskette drives and DOS 1.0).

He is an active volunteer with the American Red Cross, doing disaster work.

Goff and his wife ran the New Milford Wheels program, which provides rides to medical appointments for those who cannot drive themselves, from August 2011 through July 2013. He also has served as treasurer of his church for two years.

Goff holds a bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics from Brown University and has management and leadership from his work with IBM.

He is a United States Navy veteran, having run the Data Processing Department at the U.S. Navy supply depot on Guam.

Goff and his wife moved to Connecticut in 2000.

DACS' general meetings are open to the public and held the first Tuesday of each month, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m., followed by a meeting at 7 p.m. and a presentation at 8 p.m. at the auditorium at Danbury Hospital.

For more information, visit www.dacs.org.