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Sitting At Grandma’s Feet

By Calvert F. Cazier, PhD., MPH | December 1, 2015

  I loved visiting Grandma Call and listening to her stories. I will share a few things I learned at her feet. She painted a picture in my mind of her father flooding the pasture every winter to make an ice skating pond for her family and friends. I felt I was there when she…

“Live to Live or Live to Die”
–The Jed Nield Story

By Calvert F. Cazier, PhD., MPH | November 24, 2015

  Jed Nield is a man who has earned my respect. He is a rodeo competitor (a team roper), a father of four children, and manager of a 13,000-acre ranch in Idaho. Why is Jed so impressive to me? After all he is not the only person with these attributes, and in fact there are…

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Milk Buckets Are For Milk, Not Rocks

By Calvert F. Cazier, PhD., MPH | November 10, 2015

Dr. Worthen was the country doctor who operated on my elbow after I fell off a horse and dislocated it. When he took off the cast he suggested to my grandmother that I carry a milk bucket full of rocks around the farm. He explained this would help straighten my arm. The torture began as…

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