Family memoir about growing up during the Depression shares how circumstances and personal decisions have led to A Fortunate Life.
Author Fred H. Rohn grew up on Hurden Street in Hillside, New Jersey, a place that played a pivotal role in his upbringing.
From bike rides and street games in Hillside, to marriage and children in the town of Madison, Rohn shares his experiences of growing up during the Depression, attending college, serving in the Navy, embarking on a business career, and marrying his best friend and high school sweetheart.
Offering an important historical perspective on growing up in the twentieth century, this memoir shares what Rohn considers to be the factors of a fortunate life. Interspersed with photographs from past and present, he shows how one small life fits, as a microcosm, into the fabric of family, friends, and an ever-changing world environment.
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4 thoughts on “How one life fits into fabric of family – A Fortunate Life by Fred H. Rohn”
So happy to see that you were able to help your dad publish this, Barb! Thank you for sharing.
Thanks Lauri – we are very excited about it!
Hey, I grew up in Union, the town next door! Is this your father, Barbara?
It is, Karen! I have a lot of great memories from there. Thanks for reading and commenting and Happy First Day of Spring!
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