About Grady Birdsong

Grady Birdsong, the son of an oil field roughneck, driller, tool pusher, and a homemaker mother, was raised on the small town values of “God, Mother, Country, and Apple Pie,” in that order. He grew up in central and southwest Kansas attending Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas, before enlisting in the Marine Corps in 1966. After two combat tours in Northern I Corps of Vietnam during the Tet Offensive of 1968 and along the DMZ in 1969, he returned to Denver and finished his formal education at Regis University, Denver, Colorado.

The Miracle Workers Of South Boulder Road: Excerpt Ch 8

CHAPTER 8: Veterans Treated and Healed by HBOT - In Their Own Words   Four combat veterans of the more than 250 veterans treated at the Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Institute have been selected for their courageous accounts as well as for their [...]

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A Fortunate Passage: EXCERPT III

"...In the early to mid-twentieth century, most of America consisted of small towns and cities...Throughout Kansas, most towns were farm-to-market centers of commerce. They were agriculture based, and in some areas oil drilling and production had made its debut. For [...]

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