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About Glenn Sellnow
I grew up on a Dairy farm in Wisconsin, became a professional engineer and married a hot Sicilian babe from Milwaukee. My name is written in the Lamb's Book of Life and my cat loves me. I like to write practical books that will help people with their life. Primarily write about my personal experiences, gardening, crafts, politics, religion, sex and how to live a frugal life.
I am an imperfect Christian, married with two children and a former Professional Engineer. Traveled around the United States and Canada for engineering work at dairy plants and pharmaceuticals. I grew up on a dairy farm with a large garden and fruit trees. I am a farm boy at heart trapped in the city by circumstance.
I have Cancer and Crohn's disease which forced me to retire early. Cancer hasn't killed me just yet so I am instead intentionally trying to die of extreme old age. Chances of me succeeding in this endeavor are about even so far.
Like Gardening, Glass Bottle Crafts, Science, Johnny Cash, Animals of all types, Collecting tools, Packers Football and spending time with my family sometimes. Dislike riding in small planes, Cancer, filling out bureaucratic forms and busybodies. I would be quite happy if I never had to travel again anywhere for any reason.
Graduated from Milwaukee School of Engineering. Worked at the Sellnow Farm, Wurtz Specialty Ice, Lindberg Industrial Furnaces/Ovens, APV Crepaco (Dairy/Food/Nuclear) and Seiberling Associates (Dairy/Pharmaceutical). The most entertaining engineering project that I worked on was at the Dannon Yogurt company in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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See my website at glennsellnow.wordpress.com .
Are you ready for a disaster? A total apocalypse and other smaller disasters are inevitable. Just listen to the nightly news on television and use your own reason if you don't believe me. I suggest that you take personal responsibility for your own survival with God's help. Our government is incompetent and you can't put your faith in it. Personal preparation for disaster is simply common sense because calamities will happen.
I am a former professional engineer, married and have two children. I am also a Christian and this book will make references to my faith in Jesus Christ without which I would not have survived Crohn's disease.