With the Great Depression, the author writes about his 1932 grocery store job as the nation was hitting an economic bottom: "I figured that I was working an average of 110 hours per week. For that, I got the $7.50 they promised me." True, this was a tough time for Clem Bueché, along with others in his life. But somehow, all those hard times seemed also to be his blessings and the secrets to his success and happiness. How did people, places, and events impact the life of this dedicated family man and devout Catholic in America during the 20th century? The answers for Clement A. Bueché, Certified Public Accountant, are written in his book.
Note: Clem Bueché passed away while cover designs of this book were being sent to him for approval. Although he never saw the final printed book, Clem and his guardian angel are probably rejoicing as they watch their legacy being shared with family, friends, and others across this great land.