Uncle Wrigley and the Snow Bush
A Christmas Story
About the Book
It was one cold winter night in the year of 1985 when—with my daughters, Julie Ann Marie and Melanie Joy, sitting on either side of me in our family room—I started to verbalize the magical story of Uncle Wrigley and the Snow Bush. I reached out to my younger brother, Timothy, a design draftsman by trade with unique illustration abilities, to put the story to color and bring it to life. I eventually put the story to print and in 1987 had it copyrighted.
About the Author
You must love the magical season of Santa Claus, Flying Reindeer and Elves in a workshop. If you do, then you can imagine why the author wrote this book. Born in Baltimore City in 1947, Gary L. Eder with loving parents Bud and Suzy, enjoyed a simple life, played marvels as a child, an average student throughout high school and albeit a brief stint in college excelled at a 3.85 G.P.A. Enlisted in the U.S. Navy after high school, during the Vietnam War, received an Honorable Discharge. Spent 35 years working at Defense Contractor(s) Westinghouse Electric Corporation, and Northrup Grumman Corporation. And later 15years in the Federal Government, as a Commissioner of Mediation. Currently an Arbitrator. Now continuing his love for the magical season with his wife Karen and their 8 grandchildren; Roy, Logan, Gloria, Eva, Ella, Evelyn, Landon and Ethan. He’s currently writing another book about; Uncle Wrigley and the Easter Bunny.