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Aaron Hanania is the author of the Science Fiction novel “The King’s Pawn” published in 2018. Visit his website at www.Aaron411News.com for more information on his books, his writings and his videos.
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Dr. Jerry Field, a Korean War Veteran and native Chicagoan has a long history of service to Veterans, most recently as advocate for Veteran and Military benefits and services. He currently serves on several Veterans committees in Chicago and the State of Illinois. He is a Commander of the Jewish War Veteran (JWV) Post 710 and serves on the JWV Illinois strategic planning committee is also a member of the American Legion.
South Korean Consul General Jong kook Lee recently presented Dr. Field with the Ambassador of Peace Gold Medal.
His nonmilitary career is varied as he was a film publicist, newspaper reporter and taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology for nearly 20 years. He was an instructor for the ROTC and currently manages the JROTC program for Leadership for JWV. As Executive Director of the Chicago Veterans Coordinating Committee, his efforts are directed toward supporting Veterans and Military members to avail themselves of the benefits provided by the Veterans Administration and other service organizations.
Dr. Field holds a doctorate in education from Loyola University Chicago, a Masters in Economics and Marketing from Roosevelt University and a Leadership certification from the U S Army.
Bob Bong is a veteran newspaper reporter and columnist. He is the author of “Bob Bong on Business.” Bong has covered the south suburbs and South Side of Chicago for more than 40 years. He was editor of The Daily Calumet until 1987 when he moved over to the Daily Southtown after the Cal was acquired by Pulitzer. Since 2013, he has been editor of the Desplaines Valley News based in Summit. He has been writing Comings & Goings for more than 15 years. Comings & Goings also appears in the Southtown, the DVN, the Reporter and Regional newspapers, as well as on the Tribune website.
Comings & Goings tracks new businesses coming to the Southland as well as those that are leaving. If you see a new business in town or wonder what happened to an old favorite, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can track business openings and closings by clicking here.