Caruk suffered from a medical condition with additional side effects, including depression and paranoia. He was able to overcome all of these related conditions, and shares his inspirational story in this memoir.
“The value of one’s life knowledge is only measurable by the conveyance and implementation of that knowledge by others. Failure of that conveyance lays bare to the fact that one’s life was nothing more than a wasted sacrifice and a terrible loss of knowledge,” said Caruk.
Anthony Caruk grew up on a farm where he experienced many challenges before embarking on a career in engineering. He graduated with a BSEE from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. He holds several patents and has worked in the aerospace, defense, manufacturing, and automotive industries. He lives with his wife, Diane, in Michigan.
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