Cops, Jungles, and Santa Claus by Larry D. Flora

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The Author has had an exciting life.  This work is a summation of Larry's many exciting adventures:  In actual contacts (conflicts) with our police and highway patrol;  In the Jungles of Africa; In College; As a salesman; Life in General; and as Santa Claus.
The stories are true, and when there is an occasional variation from the truth for the sake of excitement, Larry will give you the honest facts.
The stories share exciting experiences that are worth sharing;  Morals that are worth re-telling; and numerous events that you will enjoy reading more than once.  Many readers willl find this book a special gift to pass along to relatives and friends.
Because Larry loves to tell jokes, many of his favorites (clean jokes) are found between the chapters of his life.
 
 

About Larry D. Flora

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Larry D. Flora, author, was born in Oshkosh, NE.  at age 2 he moved to Liberia, West Africa.  His father became a missionary (preacher, teacher, and builder) for the Lutheran Church. Larry lived from 1838-'50 in the Jungles 45 miles from the end of the automobile road.  His education was correspondence teaching through Calavert School, in Baltimore, MD., supervised by his parents. In 1951, Larry moved to San Jose, CA.  He graduated from Lincoln High, Midland College, Fremont, NE, and earned his Masters in Theology at Pacific Lutheran Seminary, Berkeley, CA After three excellent years as a pastor, Larry chose his profession:  Sales.  He excelled in this profession as salesman, manager, and national trainer until his retirement in 2002.
 
Published April 7, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 276 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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