LV - (Living) B4 - (Before) TV - (Television): What it was like Living Before Fat Free and E-mail

LV - (Living) B4 - (Before) TV - (Television): What it was like Living Before Fat Free and E-mail

by Walter K. Tuzeneu

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LV - (Living) B4 - (Before) TV - (Television): What it was like Living Before Fat Free and E-mail by Walter K. Tuzeneu

LV-(Living) B4-(Before) TV-(Television) is the story of the bond between a grandfather and his granddaughter. As that love unfolds throughout the book, 'Grandpa Capehart' regales 'Missa' with tales of what it was like when he was growing up. It is also the story of 'Grandpa' as he unequivocally shares his small, hometown advice and his philosophical wisdom with strong convictions for a free society and Christian nation. In 'Grandpa's' words: "What makes the United States of America great is the soul and free spirit of man."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781543039696
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/10/2017
Pages: 122
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.26(d)

About the Author

Walter K. Tuzeneu, alias Sgt Tuzzie, was Christian, conservative, and a concerned citizen. He was dedicated to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Sgt Tuzzie was an honorably discharged veteran of WWII who served in the 320th Glider Field Artillery Battalion (GFABN) of the 82nd Airborne Division.
Sgt. Tuzzie, also, was a Mason for sixty-six years. He and his wife, Marguerite, raised five children who all pursued studies in various studies of higher education or had master degrees none of which smoked, drank, or used drugs. Sgt. Tuzzie helped others and donated as much as he could. He was raised a Baptist, who became a deacon in the Baptist church, but then at the age of 87 years he converted to Roman Catholicism.
Sgt. Tuzzie worked in meteorological research as one of the positions he held with the US federal government and as result of that position he witnessed the first atomic test explosion, named 'Priscilla', which took place at a location in Nevada one and half miles from that ground zero site.
The outlook on life that sustained him since 1920 to the ripe old age of 95 was: safety, caution, Faith, and a sense of humor.

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