Robert L. Boyer is a native Detroiter. After serving in the United States Army for two years, he was honorably discharged, but was notified that he had been laid off from his job as a city bus driver. He was soon recalled to work, but in the sanitation department. Boyer saw this as an opportunity to enroll in night school at Highland Park Junior College in order to better himself. He soon transferred to Wayne State University where he acquired a bachelor?s degree in sociology, with which he began a career in social casework. He went on to earn his master?s degree from the college of education. He changed careers and went to work for General Motors where he was employed for nearly twenty-seven years. He retired as manager of Southeast Michigan Regional Benefit Centers. He is a member of Hopewell Baptist Church in Detroit where he teaches Sunday school and serves on the Board of Trustees.Executives at The Glass House (Ford Motor Companya#39;s World Headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan, ) were practically dancing out on Michigan Avenue, as wellas in their corporate offices, when it was announced that the Ford Taurus became thelargest selling car in America. That wasthe ... Imagine that! The country that put the world on wheels; the country that gave the world the assembly line, the electric starter, automatic ... That addsa considerable amount tothe cost of each vehicle.
|Title||:||The Enemy Next Door|
|Author||:||Robert L. Boyer|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2007-03-13|