"The Force of Adventure that He Soared”
He helped in his family’s company by day, and was a commercial pilot and instructor by night and week-ends.
He was ambitious.
He hardly found time for leisure or pleasure, and then again, ‘the force was the adventure that he soared!'
He eventually changed professions in his forties - from the bottom, he diligently toiled his way to the height.
He was motivated.
He meticulously trained the conformity of discipline, which led them to soar on their own.
He was determined.
By his example of conquest, he showed me the way to mine, and then soared high in the billows of adventure for more.
It is truly an honor to be married to such a motivated and successful man. I see his profession as the extension in loving service and the joy and comfort that he brought to thousands of people through his business, and what he loves to do. In my eyes, he deserves a medal of honor for all the families that became successful and abundant in their lives from the opportunities in business he offered them. The contrast or challenges are always present for as long as we live, along with the wondrous grace of God to shine through for us. It is in faith and courage that you know are eternal loves that richly bless, heal, and prosper us through forgiveness, along with gratitude and compassion that brought us to this place. And we keep ‘this gift’ for as long as we give it to another.
Causes Catherine Nagle Supports
Westwind Foster Family Agency, Christian Children's Fund, Compassion International, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Invisible Children, Save the Children