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BORN in the ghettos of Buffalo, New York to Italian Parents he could very well have chosen a life of crime, even become a Mafia Soldier (as some of his relatives and school gang chose to be). Due to the encouragement and inspiration of his Dad and Mom, he became a self-taught piano player, composer and music arranger for "Big Bands". He served his country in WWII, worked his way through college, Medical and Dental Schools. He became a renowned Maxillofacial Surgeon and founded his own Dental Hospital in Buffalo. As a boy, inspired by watching his Dad, he had developed an unquenchable thirst…mehr

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BORN in the ghettos of Buffalo, New York to Italian Parents he could very well have chosen a life of crime, even become a Mafia Soldier (as some of his relatives and school gang chose to be). Due to the encouragement and inspiration of his Dad and Mom, he became a self-taught piano player, composer and music arranger for "Big Bands". He served his country in WWII, worked his way through college, Medical and Dental Schools. He became a renowned Maxillofacial Surgeon and founded his own Dental Hospital in Buffalo. As a boy, inspired by watching his Dad, he had developed an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. This inspired him to become a Scientist, an Inventor, Explorer, Real Estate Develope/Investor, a Horserace Owner, a Corporate Executive and Entrepreneur. A true Patriot and Humanitarian, at the age of Seventy-one, he was knighted by Pope John II into the Knights of Malta, Order of Saint John of Jerusalem in recognition of his countless humanitarian works. Now he adds the title "Author". DR. JOSEPH P. D'ANGELO has accomplished all of this in just his first Ninety-four years of life No matter what your age, READ, ENJOY and BE INSPIRED by the incredible, amazing life of a man who has lived an honorable life, dedicated to helping those less fortunate, he has lived each day with his mantra, "DON'T QUIT", from a poem given him by his High School Dean.