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From Ghetto to God: The Incredible Journey of NFL Star, Reggie Rucker

Rucker, Reggie and Nadine McIlwain

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ISBN 10: 1930693257 / ISBN 13: 9781930693258
Edité par Creative Works Publ., Canton, OH, 2002
Etat : Fine Couverture souple
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Signed by Author. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Sports & Pastimes; Football; Signed by Author. ISBN: 1930693257. ISBN/EAN: 9781930693258. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 20335. N° de réf. du libraire 20335

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Titre : From Ghetto to God: The Incredible Journey ...

Éditeur : Creative Works Publ., Canton, OH

Date d'édition : 2002

Reliure : Softcover

Etat du livre :Fine

Signé : Signed by Author(s)

Edition : 1st edition.

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Synopsis :

Like most athletes encountering fame, fortune and females, including Oscar winning actress, Halle Berry, in abundance for the first time, Reggie ate it up, yet it was not enough. There was a void in his life which he discovered could not be filled through his high living.

The story of Reggie Rucker takes the reader on a journey through the Washington D.C. most tourists didn't see in the late 1950's. Within the shadow of the White House, monuments and the seat of legislative power, Reggie and his mother, Nancy, walked down C Street, looking for food and a place to sleep at night. From these humble beginnings, Rucker was inspired to move beyond life as a homeless child in the ghettos of our nation's capitol to become an NFL star wide receiver. Reggie Rucker, #33, was an acclaimed member of one of the most exciting professional football teams of the 1980's, the Cleveland Browns' Kardiac Kids. He was known for his good hands and sure catching abilities.

This inspirational story offers fun and information about life as a professional football player, from training camp as a rookie to becoming a star receiver and the perks that came with stardom. In addition, it explains how a professional athlete can be put into many situations that others don't face, and how, without the guidance of his faith, Reggie was not able to overcome many of the temptations which came his way.

About the Author:

Reggie Rucker, B.A., Boston University, was a thirteen year star wide receiver in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and the Cleveland Browns, retiring in 1982. He has worked for NBC along with Marv Albert and for WUAB in Cleveland, Ohio as the first football player to do color analysis for major league baseball. Reggie works as an investment executive and is very involved with the Cleveland Browns organization and his church.

Nadine McIlwain, B.A., Malone Collehe; M.A. Ashalnd University and the University of Akron in Ohio, a retired school teacher and principal, and former councilwoman for the city of Canton, Ohio, is presently a member of the Canton City Board Of Education and Program Officer for "The Sisters Of Charity Foundation." Nadine is the recipient of numerous awards including Teacher of the Year, National Educator and as Woman of the Year for various organizations.

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I have been a full-time bookseller since 1986. My stock includes a large collection of books on baseball, about 2,000 volumes. In addition to baseball, I specialize in True Crime, Ohioana, Botany, and Music. I am a member of the Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society (NOBS). My personal book interests include H.L. Mencken, P.G. Wodehouse, Jim Tully, baseball, botany, especially history, exploration and economic botany, true crime, and music.

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