his second career as an AutoCAD expert, his marriage, and his children.
Accented with an array of photos,
The Story of a Canadian in Aviation focuses on Chapman's interest in flight. This memoir tells of flying jet fighters, Cessna 150s, and 747s. He logged more than 600
flight hours with his private pilot license. His work and travel experiences took him to California, Scotland, Hong
Kong, Japan, the Caribbean, Europe, and almost every city in
Canada that has an airport.
Exhibiting an exuberance for life, this memoir also describes Chapman's second career as an AutoCAD dealer-the first in Southern
Ontario-where he introduced architects, engineers, and designers to computer-aided design.
The Story of a Canadian in Aviation presents a vivid example of what a person can do and see in their lifetime.
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About the Author
Canadian Air Force at age eighteen in 1952. For thirty-five years he traveled worldwide. Chapman and his wife, Pearl, have been married for fifty-five years.
They have four children, nine terrific grandchildren,
and one adorable great-granddaughter and live in Guelph,