Bob has lived in Saskatchewan for some forty decades. Prior to that, he'd served in the Army infantry for around four decades.
The Army recommended Bob for officer training and he had been on an accelerated marketing list but prior to officer promotion that he left the military to take up policing. It was while on exercise, only before mustering outthat he dropped a boy Phillip to death. This was a significant setback and directed Bob to using alcohol because his escape. Unbeknownst to Bob, there were likewise undiagnosed signals of PTSD... but there wasn't any help because there was no such thing as PTSD back then. This first marriage collapsed.
For the first fifteen years as a resident of Saskatchewan, Bob served as an officer with the Regina Police Service while also attending college and studying for a degree in Adult Education with an emphasis on sociology. After leaving the police force, he attended college full time and finished his diploma and also worked as a teaching assistant and a race connections consultant/trainer. The previous twenty five years have been spent working - first learning and then building a business which covered which employed one hundred sixty employees and four towns. The organization consisted of safety and janitorial guards contracts with more than four million a year. In this time period he lost another son Alex to respiratory failure. This son wellbeing had challenges the majority of his life.
The heavy burden of the loss of Alex drove Bob back to his addictive behaviours and his second marriage eventually failed.
In his business life, Bob discovered some invaluable lessons from operating closely with janitorial and security guard personnel: regardless of where folks are in their own life - whether working to get a non paying job or not - is that most men and women respond well if you treat them with the identical respect you want on your own. The su
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