Recollections of a Friend

In a life spent traveling and meeting hosts of people from all walks of life, I’ve found that few individuals leave an enduring legacy. Such a legacy was left by a person of small stature but...
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  1. Although an educated man, I have never been much for reading books unless they truly interest me. I ordered the recently offered “ZVI”. It took me almost two weeks, but I just finished the reading. I have already promised a few people the book to read and return. I have been attracted to ZVI since my wife and I received a complementary copy of “Israel My Glory”. I was a military man (USAF) for over 24 years and was attracted to books such as “Guadalcanal Diary” and other war books when I was in Junior High. In ZVI’s case, the man himself is the central point for my interest and admiration. My pastor is a retired Navy fighter pilot and I’m sure he will not be able to put this book down. My heartfelt thanks to Mr. McQuaid for the countless hours he put in writing this outstanding salute to an outstanding man of God.

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