A. L. Jagoe

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Introduction Armiger Jagoe became a Catholic convert after serving in WWII, flying bombing missions in the Mediterranean Area. Following a successful insurance career in Washington, DC, he has been active with religious and civic endeavors and has written five books. He originated Bonabond, an organization to aid ex-convicts and was co-founder of Vehicles for Change, the nation's most successful operation for using donated cars to get families off welfare. Ten years ago, he was one of the organizers of SHARE, a program sponsored by Catholic Charities and the Order of Malta, which now monthly provides food for 25,000 families in the Washington-Baltimore area. He has served as president of the Parish Council at Holy Redeemer Church in Kensington, MD.

His books are The Winning Corporation; Executive Bedtime Stories; Tell It Again, Mother Goose; You Are Next In Line, Everyone's Guide For Writing Your Autobiography; and most recently Light Reading for Good and Wayward Catholics . His autobiography, Southern Boy, will soon be published.

With his wife, Eva, he lives in Chevy Chase, MD. They have four children and ten grandchildren.