From the mountains of Pennsyltucky!

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My Name is Bill Byron and I live here in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. I was an Auto Technician by trade. Now I am disabled and live day by day with severe back and neck and joint pain. I had been an Automotive Technician for 24 years, until my spine gave out with degenerative and compressed disks and both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis. I have found a doctor in Southern New Jersey who has helped me finally. I also have moderate asthma and allergies. Automotive work takes a toll on ones body.


This has made a major change in my life and made me realize how much I appreciate family and friends. I've been married for 34 years to my wife Miriel. She works for our local school district and we have two sons. My oldest William the 3rd is a department store shoe department manager in South East Pennsylvania. He has a major in History and English with a secondary degree in teaching. But after years of trying to land a full time job in cash strapped PA he gave up. He is married and my daughter-in-law's name is Andrea. Andrea works as Human Resources Manager at an area department store chain. My youngest son Alan is a assistant manager at an Automotive Chain. Was almost done college for a Bachelors Degree in Business but the money ran out do to it needed to go to foreign aid to some country that hates us. I have two German Shepherd one named Georgie Girl or GiGi for short. She is a very good girl and loves walks and chasing the deer and other critters out of the yard. Had a three Wednesdays in a row a run in with a skunk in our front yard. I call her my huntress, for her ability to stock out rabbit, voles, and other critters. Then there is my big guy Bosco. He is my shadow. Cannot get enough attention. Loves the snow and romps through the forest. I cannot thank Christy Novy. If anyone is looking for healthy, beautiful, German Shepherd breed dogs or information on how to keep them healthy please go to her website Guardian Shepherds