We Are A Family 3 by Bob Traley

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"The ""We Are A Family"" series IS NOT about any rich or famous people. It IS a factual account of how ONE FAMILY is living out the Christian life of the Creator's processes of JUSTIFICATION, SANTIFICATION, and eventual GLORIFICATION. His desire and love for us, along with His gift of FREE WILL, causes each of us to live a life on Earth of ""ups"" and ""downs"", daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. Each of these experiences allow us to either grow closer to Him through PRAISE and THANKSGIVING or farther from Him by SELF GLORIFICATION of our successes and BLAME of Him for our tribulations.

Part 1 covers the years 1873-1975. Part 2 covers 1976-1982. Part 3 covers 1983-1988.

It is hoped that the book will inspire the reader to record a similar collection of ""successes"" and ""failures"" of their own family members as a LEGACY for future generations.

Bob began his ""Tour of Earth"" in Kingston, NY in 1932. After High School the U.S. Navy provided him with both educational and experiential knowledge. His adult life with various Fortune 500 corporations provided extensive worldwide travel. At the time of Part-3 publication, he and his wife are residing on Hutchinson Island, FL while the children and grandchildren are pursuing their ""Tour"" across the U.S.A.

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This book essentially IS about the author.Bob was raised in Kingston, NY.  The U.S. Navy provided him with a college education at the University of Notre Dame.  Corporate employment with Shell Oil Co., AT&T, and ITT, allowed Bob to spend much of his adult life outside of the U.S.Bob and his wife retired in 1997 to Hutchinson Island, Florida where they continue to enjoy their family, currently scattered across six States. Also, they continue to find new relationships at Windmill Village, a quiet commuinity on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Come see us now, heah?
Published November 15, 2011 by Xlibris. 156 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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