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Jacuzzi: A Fathers Invention to Ease a Sons Pain Ken Jacuzzi

Jacuzzi: A Fathers Invention to Ease a Sons Pain

Ken Jacuzzi

Published December 6th 2005
ISBN : 9780595370979
Paperback
528 pages
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Ive known Ken Jacuzzi 25 years and have admired and worked with him in political and social service in Arizona. He represents the good things that have come from immigrant families that make America so strong today. -Sen. Dennis DeConcini, retiredMoreIve known Ken Jacuzzi 25 years and have admired and worked with him in political and social service in Arizona. He represents the good things that have come from immigrant families that make America so strong today. -Sen. Dennis DeConcini, retired U.S. Senator. Glimpse the Jacuzzi family: From their invention of the first enclosed cabin monoplane to the worlds most recognized brand of whirlpool baths and spas. -Barbara Barrett, attorney, Chairman, U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Whilst Britains Minister for the Navy in the 70s and President of NATOs Parliamentary Assembly in the 80s, I rarely encountered anyone as impressive as the author, or anyone who could match his incisive intellect, insatiable curiosity, and relentless questioning. -Sir Patrick Duffy. Readers with and without disabilities will appreciate the journey Ken has taken through life. What a hero to us all! -John D. Kemp, Esq., lawyer, author. Ken Jacuzzis engaging style draws the reader into an open and honest picture of the day-to-day struggles of living with a disability and the challenges that plague family, friends, and care-givers. -Regina Wentzel Wolfe, Ph.D., Dominican University. To understand the words courage, perseverance, and determination, read Ken Jacuzzis autobiography. -Jana Bommersbach, author, journalist.