Vic Ceder native of Santa Barbara, CA, has lived Los Olivos, CA, since 1987.
Vic began square dancing in 1973 at age 13 where he met his future wife, Debbie in 1975.
They have a 24-year-old daughter, Caitlyn, who also square dances.
Vic started calling in 1981 and his calling career has taken him to at least 29 US states,
Canada, Mexico, Japan, Taiwan, the Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Germany, and Sweden.
Vic is a computer programmer and he has written a comprehensive calling program (CSDS)
and a computer squares program (SQROT). Vic and Debbie have also written a series of
square dance definition books for the A1 through C3 programs. They maintain one of the
most comprehensive websites on square dancing at http://www.ceder.net.
Vic and Debbie also do East Coast Swing and Contra Dancing.
Vic's past calling highlights have included several state, national and international conventions
including the National Square Dance Convention (NSDC), the National Advanced and Challenge Convention (NACC),
the Academy for Advanced and Challenge Enthusiasts (AACE), the Canadian Challenge Convention,
the International Association for Gay Square Dance Clubs Convention (IAGSDC),
and the International Plus Advanced and Challenge Convention (iPAC).
Vic has also served as a caller coach at several caller's schools.
Vic's hobbies include beekeeping and ragtime piano.
Debbie and Vic were awarded Callerlab's highest honor, the Milestone Award, in 2017.