forty days. forty stories.
When Bill was a young boy in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, it’s rumored he had the biggest matchbox collection in the world. He often stayed with his grandmother, Martha Gregg, who made specialized breakfast orders for him (oats no lumps) and his cousins (cream of wheat for Jeanette, and oats, nice and lumpy for Joolee).
Bill knew it was time to go when Joolee arrived for college. The town just wasn’t big enough for the two of them, so he left for school (and later, for work) in 1991.
Bill got his BS in Industrial Engineering from Penn State and his MBA from Frostburg State.
Bill now lives with his wife Tamara and their cats, Emily and Peaches in Midlothian, Virginia after twelve years in Greencastle, PA
And hopefully, he’s saved a few of the comic books he was fond of making (and talented at), as a youngun…