Roll on Mighty Frank and Poet I grew up in the 50s and 60s, 20 miles south of Detroit, in Trenton, Michigan. Old Trenton was located on the Detroit River, and along with the other adjacent communities it was collectively known as “downriver”. During the late 50s Trenton benefited from the post-World War II boom. … More Roll On!
In June of 1972 I was working the 4 to 12 shift as an orderly at Seaway Hospital in Trenton Michigan. It was a summer job and I needed all the money I could get to pay for my second year of college at Eastern Michigan university. The previous summer I’ve worked in the transmission … More Frank Eskro 1953-1972
I was born in 1953, which by most any account makes me a member of the Baby Boomer generation. I’ve always been proud of being part of the generation who came of age during the 60s and the 70s. To one degree or another, we were generation who was either a participant or a witness … More Modern Marriage – For Better or Worse- Your Choice
One of the most stressful occupational experiences often occurs before you actually get the job. I’m talking about the job interview. When I first entered the job market 40 years ago or so interviewing for a job was a totally different event than what people experience today. Many of the entry level jobs didn’t even … More On the Job Application Process
On Body Type – August 2015 Jules Hirsch a physician/researcher passed away last Friday. His work reinforced the notion that we all have our own set points in regard to body weight. People are biologically predisposed to be thin, average or heavy. For the majority of us on the extremes of the continuum, it has … More On Body Type