Category Archives: Biographical Essays

Many small comments have had a major impact on my life.

Many small comments have had a major impact on my life. Bernie Weitzer was a VP at Western Union. In a casual conversation we had he referred to me as a “Professional Manager.” Although I did not have a great … Continue reading

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“How I met your mother”

“How I met your mother” My Dad always was complaining that we didn’t have enough money. He wanted the lights out when you weren’t in the room. There was one time when I remember him asking us to cut expenses. … Continue reading

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Transient Ischemic Event

Thursday, January 13, 2011 Wow!  Just got the news that the obstructions in my carotid arteries are very serious and that I need to see a Vascular Surgeon right away.  Judy, our Nurse Practitioner,  says that on a scale of … Continue reading

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Consummate Loaf

Consummate Loaf (4/21/2010) When I was a senior in High School we took the Scholarship Aptitude Tests to get into college. I don’t remember what I got on the general test but I got a 770 on the math side. … Continue reading

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