Doing the right thing is something I learned at a very young age growing up in the small town of Lewiston, Idaho. Life was good back then, but for my mother and me, it wasn’t always easy. When I was six years old, my father left us; and, at times, it was difficult to get by on mother’s meager wages. It was no fun at the time, but as I look back, I can appreciate the things I learned from those early days of my childhood.
Because of the need to help make ends meet, when I was about ten years old, I started working odd jobs on weekends and during the summers.
A few years later, I landed a job working as a ranch hand ...