The Archives: Continuum: Book 6 of 7 in the Archive Series

The Archives: Continuum: Book 6 of 7 in the Archive Series

by Christopher Cancilla

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781720369158
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2018
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Chris Cancilla was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the East Side, in an area known as Collinwood; near East 158th and St. Clair. He really liked growing up there and would not trade it for anything. The friendships he made in Elementary School at Holy Redeemer, and in High School at St. Joseph (now called Villa Angela - St. Joseph's) are priceless and some of them are still in force. For most of his youth, he worked in the family business, DiLillo Brothers Dry Cleaners, for his grandfather Carmen DiLillo; and at DiLillo Brothers Men's Wear for his uncle Tony (everyone called him the Czar).
In his youth, he really enjoyed Scouting. Spending a great portion of it in multiple Cub Scout Packs and Boy Scout Troops and Explorer Posts, Scouting influenced his life in a very positive way, and the training, knowledge, and education he gained during his youth in the troop is still influencing his decisions as an adult. The ideals of Scouting, especially the Oath and Law, serve him today like a moral compass, guiding his actions to be a man his family can be proud of in all aspects of his life.
After high school, Chris spent 14 years in the U.S. Air Force where he managed to see a large chunk of this 3rd stone from our star, but his only regret was that he never made it below the equator, so he never got to see the toilet swirl the other way. During his Air Force career, his favorite assignment was to Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado where he could ride motorcycles and camp in the Rocky Mountains. This is a close second to the 2 years he was assigned to, and lived in, Keflavik, Iceland; a place where he and his wife Tammy became the best of friends and experienced some really odd and unique landscapes, and adventures. One of which was Chris starting and being the Founding President of the SCUBA Diving Club on Naval Air Station Keflavik, "vörn kafara á Íslandi".
Currently, he and his wife Tammy, live in the Raleigh, North Carolina area, close to Wake Forest. You cannot forget to mention his cat, Snip, who is like a little buddy. Snip follows Chris around from room to room, you may or may not see him all the time, but he is always close by. When guests arrive however, Snip is there at the door to greet them, sitting patiently until the new arrival acknowledges he's there, then he stays in whatever room the most humans are inhabiting.

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