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Joseph Easley

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Aviation Machinist Mate Joseph Easley, United States Navy, joined the US Naval Reserve in 1951.  He completed Naval Air Training and Naval Air Technical Training before being assigned to Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas.  Joseph Easley “attended the University of Tulsa and was the first person in his family to receive a college degree. He has served as a computer systems specialist and operations research analyst, having received a gold medal for outstanding performance, the highest award that is given by a federal government agency. He currently resides in Washington, D.C. where he works as a treasurer and member of the board of directors for a large vacation beach resort.”  Joseph Easley is the author of A Little < TMI. 

According to the book description of A Little < TMI, “This book is about the changes in lifestyle that I encountered as I advanced through life. As I matured, I grew in both mind and body. My interests changed as new opportunities opened up for me to consider. Sometimes, the change was required to overcome some major crisis like the loss of a loved one or learning about a serious medical condition that would adversely affect my future. How a person deals with this change is important to each of us individually, but we must also consider the impact that the change will have on others around us. Realizing and fully understanding the need for change and making a decision to implement the changes that are needed is sometimes a difficult decision for us to make. How we change as we continue down life's path is very important, and we must make the decision with an open mind, a positive attitude, and the best information available.”


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