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Once retired from the American Automobile Association in 2008, Wes Choc changed forty years of 9 to 5 regimens to writing and volunteering. These now consume far more hours than the 9 to 5’s ever did.

He has self-published three nonfiction books:  one a memoir about his stint in Vietnam (“Just Dust”) …another a biography of a virtually unknown World War II soldier who became a consequential spy during the Cold War (“Inconspicuous”) …and a third about personal accounts while traveling abroad (“Hectic Treks”).

With a TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certificate in hand, Wes taught English in Ecuador for several months. He continues to volunteer regularly tutoring English to refugees and immigrants. He also volunteers with returning vets at the local VA hospital. Wes and his wife, Carol, now live in Tucson, Arizona.

Once retired from the American Automobile Association in 2008, Wes Choc changed forty years of 9 to 5 regimens to writing and volunteering. These now consume far more hours than the 9 to 5’s ever did.

He has self-published three nonfiction books:  one a memoir about his stint in Vietnam (“Just Dust”) …another a biography of a virtually unknown World War II soldier who became a consequential spy during the Cold War (“Inconspicuous”) …and a third about personal accounts while traveling abroad (“Hectic Treks”).

With a TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certificate in hand, Wes taught English in Ecuador for several months. He continues to volunteer regularly tutoring English to refugees and immigrants. He also volunteers with returning vets at the local VA hospital. Wes and his wife, Carol, now live in Tucson, Arizona.

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