He was living the perfect life. By playing baseball as a child of the early 1960s Terry Dubois was creating memories that would later play an integral part in his survival. Baseball provided him the means to experience playing in the 1962 Little League World Series thus meeting Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams and President John F. Kennedy. Then, in a heartbeat, his world came crashing down with a sound that was as deafening as the sound of the train-truck accident and the words from his sister, "Dad's been killed." Terry's world changed forever except for the life-saving constant: baseball. Baseball would be his salvation.
Terrance J. Dubois has lived all 60 years of his life in the Kankakee area, graduating from the old Kankakee High School in 1967. He has attended various college institutions including Kankakee Community College, Joliet Jr. College, and Northern Illinois University among others. He has also worked in the land surveying construction layout field, the fire service, including emergency fire/police dispatching, EMT-I and cause/origin/arson investigations. After reading this book, if any questions or further explanations are needed, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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