“The Complex Man” (ISBN 1470176815) by Robert T. Grammont is the autobiography of a man who overcame significant struggles. Published posthumously, the book shares Grammont’s tale as it unfolded before his long battle with cancer claimed his life. As a boy, he faced poverty and homelessness and was forced to drop out of school in the 10th grade. He went on to enlist in the U.S. Army, in which he served as a paratrooper where he learned he could do anything he wanted to do. In time, he went from welder to the nuclear production manager of a naval shipyard and was asked to write scheduling and cost control procedures that were implemented by Congress. Grammont authored his autobiography to inspire tolerance, nationalism and political discourse among his readers.
These are the detailed, true accounts of a man who triumphed over hardships for the sake of the country he loved and who wanted to share his most meaningful lessons with its citizens. Written to entertain and inspire, the book offers an unvarnished glimpse at life as seen by an indefatigable, irrepressible character.
“The Complex Man” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Robert T. Grammont rose from grinding poverty to serve his country in the armed forces and in the private sector. His love for his country inspired him to write this book. Published posthumously by his beloved wife, Mary, the book offers a lasting tribute to Grammont’s life and work.