Larry Momo has been labeled by his family as a curmudgeon, nit picky and a complainer. After four years in the Air Force working for the National Security Agency, Mr. Momo returned to the city of Los Angeles and attended Cerritos College and the University of Southern California. He studied political science and accounting before taking the helm of the family business.
Some years later, he sold the family business and moved his family to Yakima, Washington where he developed a business in micro-computers. After sixteen years of programming, Mr. Momo accepted a CEO position of a small company near Portland, Oregon, from which he retired in 2004.
Never one to sit around, he now works as a school bus driver in addition to his social security. Writing and contributing to the political dialogue of our country, plus being a curmudgeon, is his developing art form. Please read and enjoy A Curmudgeon’s View and feel free not to agree with everything written by him. After all, he is a curmudgeon.
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