Pilot with a Purpose
For many, Harold Thomas is best known for his practical wisdom in business; founding and building Idahos TrusJoist Corporation, whose success spanned just over four decades. Others would point to his legacy of philanthropy. Still others might cite his key role in the Quest Aircraft Company and development of the unique Kodiak for international humanitarian applications. Insiders might emphasize his love of family and others.
Harold wondered why he didnt know more about his own family history. It was a little perplexing. He has wanted to share more of his adventure so that his friends and family didnt experience the same loss. His life has been a fascinating journey through the business world, the worlds of aviation, missions and philanthropy; and the story is finally told here. This isnt simply a story of success and philanthropy, but a story to encourage family and friends to trust God and give themselves to His adventure for their lives! -Editor
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I finally came across this story after years of searching,because I never knew the triple t was the cook ranch. Well back in the day my father-in-law and Keith Blank suckered me into investing into the triple t ranch. I invested $5000 and was suppose to make a good profit and a free hunt. Well I came out hunting and paid for that hunt because I wanted to save my free hunt for the following year. Well that was a mistake,not only did I not lose my free hunt but my $5000 investment. I haven't talked to my father-in-law ever since then and I've been ask to leave that crooks Keith Blanks office. As for Tony Popp I'm going to see him at one of these game shows sooner or later and tell him what I think of him and maybe stand at his both for awhile and tell his customers how he is. I heard he was up at Harrisburg recently but I had a broken foot and couldn't make it,hopefully he'll be there next year.Well thanks for the info Harold and none of these guys have apologized to me ever for taking advantage,
Good Luck God bless