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Bruce Simpson enlisted in the United States Air Force during Vietnam and was assigned to nuclear security. Upon an honorable discharge, Simpson served as Court Commissioner. Simpson was rated in the top 1 percentile of all of the Commissioners in the State of Maryland by his Chief Administrative law Judge. Simpson then returned and remained in the Police Department until he left in 1984 to enter Mt. St. Mary's Seminary one year later, for the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. Simpson made the smooth transition after having just been awarded police officer of the year by the American Legion. Simpson left the seminary before ordination as a result of a conflict of conscience with some Roman policies. After leaving the Seminary in 1986, Simpson served as a Bodyguard to the Saudi Royal Family; served another year as District Court Commissioner in Maryland and finally entered into Federal Service. During his Federal Career, Simpson served as a United States Special Agent for the FDA investigating criminal matters. Simpson finished his Government career in 1998 as a GS-14 Chief of Collections for the U.S. Treasury Department, where he helped write the Debt Collection Procedures Improvement Act of 1996, and was then tasked with the responsibility of implementing and interpreting the law throughout the Federal Government. Simpson created the section that now carries out that function for the Treasury. During the course of this service, Simpson received an award from the Secretary of the Treasury and the Vice-President of the United States, as well as numerous awards from different levels of Government, including one for conducting a briefing session with senior Russian Government officials. Simpson was ordained a Priest in 1996 after completing Theology studies and was awarded an STL by his ordaining church, the Reformed Catholic Church. Simpson was then called to serve as a Catholic Bishop in the Old Catholic Church and was consecrated on January 30, 1999. Simpson, now an Archbishop, currently is the Archbishop protector of the Benedictine Order of St. John the Beloved and the parishes under his protection and supervision. Archbishop Simpson is a published author and has appeared on radio and television numerous times. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.