Confessions of an Old Geezer are just that! Dick's reflections of
his childhood during the turbulent years of the 20's and 30's when
he and his family struggled for their very survival. World War II
interrupted his life when he served for 39 months in the military
rising to the rank of Captain in the Corp of Engineers. Upon
completing his military obligation Dick returned to his previous
position with the Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester, New York. He
explains his life as a shift worker and what prompted him to leave
his position at Kodak to pursue a business in the Recreational
Vehicle field. Dick, and his wife, Vivian, parlayed a meager
$1.500.00 into an annual gross sales of over $4,000,000.00. Dick
has many interesting, humorous, and daring tales of his adventures
during 22 years of business ownership, camping and cruising
followed by a closing chapter titled: Reflections.
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