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Tim Hall

Tim served with the Marines in Vietnam in the 1960s, which became a basis for his first book, the award-winning Marines Never Cry: Becoming a Man When it Mattered, published in 2017.

Post-Marine Corps, Tim earned a master’s degree from the University of Memphis and worked in technical, managerial and senior executive positions in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.  Concurrently, he was an adjunct professor at the graduate and undergraduate levels for many years.

Tim has published numerous professional and technical articles and has also contributed to magazines and journals related to his intriguing pastimes – vintage cars and flying, the latter of which became a basis for his second book, Flying Upside Down: Life Lessons for the Faint of Heart.

Tim was awarded the distinction and badge of Honorary Lieutenant by the Denver Police Department (DPD) for his decade-long volunteer work with DPD and is currently active in military veterans’ activities and causes.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Tim twice.

Listen to the first conversation on Marines Never Cry here.

Listen to the second one on Flying Upside Down here.

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