Bio: Richard Schultz has led a long and interesting life. He spent his last year in high school as President of New York States "Youth for Kenned-Johnson" which became a model for similar organizations in future presidential campaigns. After graduation, he enlisted in the US Army. His service included a tour of duty with the First Calvary Division in the Republic of South Korea. Upon his discharge he earned an Associate Degree from Orange County Community College where he was elected class president.
Dick's business career began on Wall Street where he became a licensed OTC stock trader. After five years on trading desks in New York and California, he used his entrepreneurial skills to found Mountain Lodge Office Systems in Washingtonville New York. For the next twenty-five years he served as the firm's CEO and was active in his local community. He was elected to many important positions and was the recipient of a host of community service awards by local and national organizations. He also served as a feature story writer for the local newspaper.
Dick and his wife Nancy have been married for thirty seven years and live in a home they built from recycled cobblestones. They have three children and one grandchild. In his mid forties, Dick returned to college and earned a Master's degree in Education from Mount Saint Mary College becoming a New York State certified Special Education teacher.
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In the Sixteenth century the Dutch people established the right of a people to govern themselves, by challenging the Divine Right of a King to rule a nation. It was the most radical revolutionary idea of its day. The eighty year war that followed was the prime precursor to the American Revolution two hundred later. This novel is the story of that evolution. Excerpt: "Both watched the seemingly endless flow of enemy horsemen disembarking from the distant causeway. These German mercenaries were ... more info>>