William F. Lee is a retired Marine Officer and a former business executive of EDS. His Corps career spanned twenty years, two wars, and included nine personal decorations and five unit citations. He retired from business as Director, EDS International Human Resources. He's published five novels, two winning Book of the Year awards from the NTBF in 2007 and 2008. These were "The Light Side of Damnation" and "The Boys in Blue White Dress". His short story, "Reincarnation of Bernarr" was published in the anthology, "Patchwork Path: Dad's Bowtie". "Once Upon a Nightmare" was next. This is his fifth novel, entitled, "Home is a Long Time Ago" published by Sunbury Press, Inc.
He is a member of the Lesser North Texas Writer's Group; Writer's Guild of Texas (WGT); Military Writer's Society of America (MWSA); Marine Corps Association (MCA); Military Officers Association of American (MOAA), he is a Founding Director of the Iwo Jima Memorial Flags Foundation; member of Center House Association (CHA); a member of the 8th and "I" Reunion Association; and a member and actor of the Heritage Ranch Theater Guild.
He lives with his wife, JoAnn, in Heritage Ranch, Fairview, Texas. They've been married 56 years. Their children, grandchildren, and one great-grandchild live nearby in Texas.