Author: J.R. Conway
A sequel to the book entitled Greyhound Therapy, a fictional treatment of the impact on small communities when people move from one jurisdiction to another by bus. Authorities and mental health institutions sometimes find it more economical or convenient to furnish individuals with a bus ticket rather than, for whatever reason, meet their needs.
JR Conway was born in Washington DC and raised on a Maryland farm. At the age of 21 was drafted into the U.S. Army. Is a Vietnam era veteran with multiple tours as a helicopter pilot. Upon retiring, JR stepped out of the uniform into another and joined the El Paso County, Colorado Sherriff ’s department. He owned a fixed base operation for a short time where he sold aircraft and taught people to fly. Not the best decision he ever made. JR moved from Colorado to Wyoming where he started, along with his wife, a security and private investigation company. 12 years after launching that venture, JR moved to New Mexico where started another career as a business consultant and the manager of a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), at a Community College, helping businesses do business with governments.