Oblivious in Washington Heights and Loving It

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AuthorHouse, Mar 8, 2007 - Humor - 268 pages
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Mike Epstein originally intended to provide some historical background of his family for his daughter and grandchildren, but as he progressed in putting his thoughts down on paper, or rather in the computer, his story morphed into recollections of his youth, his friends and some of the incidents during his early years.  Of particular note was his realization that he passed through much of his life almost oblivious to the meaning of things, the life of people around him and the significance of events.

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About the author (2007)

Mike Epstein was a businessman, running his own 401(k) consulting company.  He aided many companies in establishing their 401(k) retirement businesses and streamlining their operations.  He was author of The 401(k) Guide – How to Start and Run a 401(k) Plan and author of many technical magazine articles.  He grew up in Washington Heights, went to Brooklyn Technical High School and Hunter College, and is now retired and living in Pennsylvania with his wife, Carole.

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