He graduated from a high school not far away, Taft High School in Woodland Hills.

He had worked for Hughes Aircraft, Litton Industries, Motorola, IBM, The Air Force, Texas Instruments to name but a few and managed a micro-photo circuit lab. His qualifications are impressive.

He now calls the cold cement underworld of The 4th Street Bridge home.

“The Old Man put air in my lungs today”, and for that he is grateful despite the cold and wet weather. “I’ve been here for the past 27 years” he tells me.

“Wherever you are, pay attention to everything that’s going on around you” he suggests. “Education is the key to the world. Being alive, and still having my facilities and my mental capabilities is something that keeps me going”.

“My glass is always half full, never half empty”….

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