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John M. Kuhry, Sr.
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John M. Kuhry, Sr.

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MISSION STATEMENT:  In his speaking and writing, John Kuhry eschews seeking popularity. His purpose and goal is always profundity, urging the listener or reader to reflect deeply, and as such, he deliberately speaks and writes in a summary statement style.  He also recognizes that the hardest thing in this world to do is to save persons from themselves, but Hardest Is Best. It's Our Human Heritage!*
 
*the title of his first book

Welcome to a very unusual website. John Kuhry doesn't follow the crowd. You won't see any glittering generalities here. There won't be an array of hyperbolic catch phrases and/or sentences. He’s about the message, NOT the messenger.
 
He’s a retired CEO, married 50 years to the same woman, a father of 4 children, a grandfather of 9, and a great grandfather of 3 more. He's also a golfer (single digit handicap for 45 years), author and keynote speaker. Mr. Kuhry is a registered Republican, but detests modern politics, and an authentic Roman Catholic. He writes about and talks about only what he's directly experienced. He has little patience with theoreticians. That lack of patience extends to career politicians, celebrities, and hypocrisy in all its current disguises. As a small child, he was greatly influenced by the Second World War as were his beloved parents by the Great Depression. John Kuhry believes history is important and that philosophy is more important than science. His friends tell him he's well-
read, articulate, and sometimes spellbinding.   

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Now Available in Paperback, Audio,
& Internet Streaming
Published by
Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC
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Hardest is Best

Our Human Heritage

by John M. Kuhry, Sr.

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Now Available in Softcover
Published by
Publish America
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The Risen Soul

A Chronicle of 60 Morbid Years

Charles J. Randone

by John M. Kuhry, Sr.