Down Boekeloo Road

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My daughters' grandfathers were both once robust, vital men who served our nation in war and eventually succumbed to the ravages of aging. This piece is dedicated to all men who have traveled the same path. May our children always remember their sacrifice. May my daughters always be grateful for the freedom their grandfathers ensured.
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Words: 290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466086616
About Don Phelan

Don Phelan is the Director of Career Development for Five Star Real Estate, a 165-agent real estate broker based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Don has been a licensed real estate agent since 1987 and was inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame in 2004. For 25 years, Don has focused on personal service to grow his residential and commercial real estate business.

Recently, Don published the ebook "You Gonna' Sell Real Estate or What? The Guerrilla Guide to Real Estate Today." It is available in any format on Amazon.com, Apple iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Sony ReaderStore, Kobo, Diesel and other online booksellers. If is also available in audiobook format on Amazon.com and Apple iTunes.

He is a Knoji Expert (staff writer) on Knoji.com with more than 46 articles published and more than 80,000 consumer reads. Additionally, his real estate articles have been published in several real estate trade and business magazines.

As a former marketing strategist with two of the world's largest advertising agencies -- J. Walter Thompson (JWT) an Ogilvy & Mather -- Don continues to consult in marketing and advertising and is currently writing a how-to guide for social media marketing strategies.

Don is a 3-time Editor's Choice Award winner for poetry he wrote for his daughters as they were growing up and his poem, "Down Boekeloo Road" was published in the International Library of Poetry's "Best Poems and Poets of 2007."

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Review by: GlennAndSasha Gabriel on Nov. 30, 2011 :
Glenn here. May all those who came before us, be remembered. Well written. Please write more!
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