The Luckiest Unlucky Man Alive

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5th Corner Publishing, Oct 18, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography
 

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On Page 203, the author writes that the death caused by Navy pilot Pat Coyle was of a civilian maintenance man. To set the record straight, that "maintenance man," was my father, Paul Burch. Paul Burch was not a maintenance man. The hangar that was hit by Coyle's Navy jet was owned by Burch Aircraft Repair. Just prior to the plane crash, my father had sold his business, Burch Aircraft Repair, and had remained with the company, managing it and acting as head mechanic. Paul Burch left behind a wife and children, the youngest child was 9 years old.  

Contents

Higher Education Comes in Many Forms
29
Round OneMineman Goss
57
The Newlywed Game
79
Goss Bends the Metal
109
And Then There Were Four
123
Goss Logs Flight Time
145
Goss Collides with Cancer
159
The Road to Recovery
175
The Five Fs of Fulfillment and the
189
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About the author (2012)

Bill Goss is former U.S. Navy pilot with an MBA and a real-life survivor of cancer & multiple close calls with death. His upbeat life's story is something you just have to read or hear to believe. And when you listen to Bill Goss speak, you'll discover something very important about your own life and career...you'll discover just how lucky you are too! Bill has been a featured guest on major television and radio shows throughout North America, Europe, Australia, Japan, Israel, Germany and Jamaica, including ABC, NBC, PBS and the BBC. His life story has been featured in Reader's Digest as well as in Maxim Magazine. He has also been featured multiple times in Wings of Gold, the U.S. Navy's premier aviation publication and in a variety of other major print media including the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. As a featured keynote speaker/consultant, Bill Goss has motivated, educated and inspired audiences around the world. Besides being an inspirational speaker, Bill Goss has also been in 5 feature movies; portraying a Navy SEAL in G.I. Jane with Demi Moore and Viggo Mortensen, a Macedonian warrior in Oliver Stone's Alexander starring Colin Farrell, Angelina Jolie, and Val Kilmer, a migrant worker with Halle Berry in the Oprah Winfrey produced movie Their Eyes Were Watching God, a policeman questioned by John Travolta and James Gandolfini (aka Tony Soprano) with Salma Hayek in Lonely Hearts and with actor Kevin Spacey in the HBO movie Recount. In addition to Luckiest Unlucky Man Alive, Bill is the author of There's A Flying Squirrel in My Coffee: Overcoming Cancer With the Help of My Pet.

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