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WESTCHESTER, NY — Thomas Kline, 35-years Pfizer Pharmaceutical Vice President, completed The New York City Marathon, its 48th year on November 4, 2018. He devised a strategy for success and achieving one’s dreams using walking as a metaphor. He has race walked in the New York City Marathon for 30 years and has made thousands of strides to help create a better world. Shortly after joining Pfizer’s Brooklyn office he was inspired to use his position to change lives. Race walking training took him through the streets of Brooklyn and Queens. His experiences informed him to walk in order to raise money for many charities. We learn how his experiences as a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army in Cambodia and Vietnam building bridges taught him flood control skills that he used on the upper Mississippi; his form of paying back. Kline is currently working with a group of experts from the East African nation of Tanzania and the United States on a drone to help destroy malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
Mr. Kline is a Westchester County native who now resides in Puerto Rico. Listen: Friday, December 21, 2018th from 10-10:30a
Stephen Cherokee Drury, author of “Christmas Holiday Cheer – Tattletale Titter Tizzy Tale” informs us about “Why Santa Has Never Been Seen”.
He informs us what piqued his resolve to write the illustrated book, what idea came to mind that made him to focus on competing a book? Was this his first effort? What aspects of Christmas evoke the most poignant memories for him? And what does Christmas mean to him? Learn more at http://www.PhotoVerseBooks.com . Get a copy of the book at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0998001414
This segment: 10:30-11am
Thereafter, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris delves into hyperlocal, county, state, national, and international news and concerns with commensurate analysis. This segment:11am-12Noon.