Gene Jordan

About the Author Gene Jordan lives in Mercer County, Pennsylvania in a historical hotel where Gandy Dancers use to stay while working on the railroad. He is a former Language Teacher at a local High School, a local businessman at The Hadley Store where he sold archery and hunting supplies, and is a father, husband, grandfather, and writer. Jordan graduated from Mercer High School, Grove City College and holds a master's degree from Slippery Rock University. He was a Fulbright Scholar to Argentina in 1963-64, traveled to Mexico, to Spain, France and England many times, is a lifelong outdoorsman harvesting over 100 animals with bow and gun in a dozen states and provinces. He is a life member of PSEA, NRA, a senior member of the Pope and Young club, a yearly member of the Rocky Mountain Elk foundation, and a volunteer at the Greenville Railroad Museum. Hobbies include RV traveling, hunting, gardening, reading, and writing. This is the fourth book released by Gene Jordan. Other titles include: An Old Man and a Girl: A Modern Day Lewis and Clark Adventure, Gene Jordan's Short Stories, and 1763: A Boy.