I was born with: 1. 20/800 vision (coloboma of choroid and retina, a result probably of slight Dandy-Walker Syndrome); 2. 25% hearing loss (corrected with aid) in my left ear and 75% in my right (not correctable till last year or two, a 2nd aid would be too expensive for me right now); 3. Some cerebral palsy & possible slight developmental delay (most noticed in how literal I am, finding it hard to read between lines, etc.)
Still, I've lived on my own with a home office for years, and love to show compassion and help others. I was mainstreamed through school & got a degree, as I felt I needed a profession as tehre wasn't much I coudl do physically (though I can walk well, strength-related thigns aren't as easy) I went from head knowledge to heart knowledge of Jesus as ,my Saviour at age 19, and He has helped me through so much.
I tried a number of other civil areas before settling on what I wanted to do, wills, trusts, probate, etc., and have found it very hard, but the Lord has provided me with many ways to build heavenly rewards as I do a lot of ministry things, too (including Greater Canton Youthake, where I've been with them since 1999 and an assistant director since 2013, doing thigns like webmaster at www.gcyouthquake.org), and have written a number of Print on Demand books.
|Sole practitioner||Douglas T. Fowler, Atty.||1996 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Greater Canton Youthquake||Assistant Director||2000 - 2014|
|Print on Demand book||Completed Game: Alternate History of Baseball Without Strike Fiascos||2014|
|Print On Demand book||Discovering Grace||2012|
|Print On Demand book||Vikings Sack San Marino: The Trouble With Typos||2012|
|Print On Demand book||Brotherhood and Baseball||2011|
|Print On Demand book/lulu.com||This LIttle LIght||2010|
|Temple Baptist Seminary||Masters in Ministry||2008|
|Case Western Reserve University School of Law||J.D.||1994|
|College of Wooster||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1991|
|Fundamental Probate Procedure||Ethics in Probate Practice||2009|
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