I started my life on a rocky path. And 3 severe traumas by age 3. Went to a ridiculous war. Came home. Had an unsurvivable TBI. I have had a very tough go at it. Yet I'm at peace. I'm smiling. I'm completely functional. My life is a testament to God. And all you can achieve with him on your side. He always is regardless.
About A Soldier's Path:
An eighth-generation Texan, BEN H. ENGLISH was raised mostly in the Lajitas-Terlingua area. An honors graduate of Angelo State University, he served in the United States Marine Corps for seven years, was a high school teacher, and retired after twenty-two years in the Texas Highway Patrol.
About Yonderings: Trails and Memories of the Big Bend:
This event has been cancelled.
This event will be held at the Pavilion at Pearl.
Rose Sherman Williams was born in Radom, Poland in 1927. In 1939, when she was twelve years old, Nazis invaded. In 1942, she was separated from her family and sent to Auschwitz, then to Bergen-Belsen. In 1945, she was liberated by British soldiers, and today tells her tale to the last generation who will know a Holocaust survivor.
Art Markman is the Annabel Irion Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also the executive director of the IC2 Institute.