Real Superheroes Surround Us

Superheroes imagined are entirely different from the real heroes who serve the general public on a daily basis. From the first responders to the United States military, those men and Continue Reading →

Unknown But Not Unsung Hero From December 7th Finally Recognized

On December 7, 1941, Chief Boatswain’s Mate Joseph Leon George was serving on the repair ship, USS Vestal, which was moored inboard to the USS Arizona at Ford Island. The Continue Reading →

Upcoming Pearl Harbor Trip and Update on my Writing Journey

In December 2016, I made the trip to the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii and participated in the Seventy-Fifth Commemoration of the Attack on Pearl Harbor by Continue Reading →

Belmont Hero of the Greatest Generation – James ‘Red’ Joye

I sat down with Red Joye on April 11, 2015, and had a conversation about his life growing up in Belmont and serving with the 34th Infantry Division in the Continue Reading →

Belmont Historical Society and a Brief History of Belmont

Many of you know how much I admired Bobby Brown, but few know the impact that he had on the community of Belmont through his devotion to the foundation of Continue Reading →

Johnson Family Chronicles – Now in Audio Format

Since I released The Johnson Family Chronicles: Changing Currents ~ Changing Tides in March, I have been working with Amazon and Audible to have quality audio version of the book produced. Continue Reading →

What is Memorial Day all about? The History and the Facts

Memorial Day, celebrated on the last Monday of the month of May, began as a day to “decorate” the graves of both Northern and Southern Civil War dead with flowers in remembrance Continue Reading →