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Creating Yourself: Inspired by Quotations Paperback – December 11, 2017
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Paperback, December 11, 2017
About the Author
Kendall O. Price, PhD (August 6, 1930 – February 15, 2016) was born in Berkeley, California; raised in San Francisco; and lived in Eastern Canada as a missionary; Provo, Utah as an undergraduate in political science at Brigham Young University; Detroit Michigan as a Masters Degree student in public administration at Wayne State University; Heidelberg, Germany working for USAREUR and teaching for the University of Maryland (overseas); Ann Arbor, Michigan, pursuing a doctoral degree in social psychology at the University of Michigan and as a post-graduate fellow in international relations at the National Institute of Mental Health; and for 56 years in Inglewood and Culver City, California as a licensed organizational and clinical psychologist. During his many years in the Los Angeles area, he was a member of the faculties at the University of Southern California, Pepperdine University, and California State University Long Beach; served as president of the Center for Leadership Development, a non-profit organization focusing on developing public executives; and for twenty years as the Long Beach Police Department Psychologist where he screened police applicants, and established peer counseling programs and community advisory committees. In retirement he authored Becoming Yourself: Inspired by Quotations, thus combining his profession with his hobby of collecting meaningful quotations. Throughout his life, Dr. Price participated in sports and served as a Sunday School teacher. Married for 63 years to Beatrice Deon Nielsen Price, Doctor of Musical Arts, they enjoyed their family of five children, 18 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. He writes: “In reflection, I don't believe most of us can make it through life alone. I think we need family, friends, relatives, mentors and coaches and even relationships with animals.”
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