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About meRetired public school teacher and administrator (thirty-five years with experience in Texas, Idaho and Minnesota), and school bus company manager (Minnesota). Empty nester: four married children and ten grandchildren. Now a resident of Murray, Utah. We are just minutes from three of our children and their families and not as far from our son and his family in Denver as we were in Minnesota. Our comfortable home now has custom book shelves installed so we can again enjoy our library to the fullest.
About my libraryAn eclectic reader over a broad range of subjects, but with an emphasis on non-fiction works in several areas: German language and literature (a Master's Degree in the subject; a German teacher in the public schools); history and biography with a special emphasis on American and European history (a Bachelor's Degree in history; a history teacher in the public schools); history and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), of which I am a fifth generation member; reference works and compilations of factual information of all kinds. All books listed are in my possession.
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Member sinceJun 17, 2008
Currently readingMassacre at Mountain Meadows by Ronald W. Walker
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