About Jeremy

Jeremy was born August 18, 1972, in Salem, Oregon. He lived in nearby Keizer until he was eighteen, when he joined the U.S. Navy and served six years, ending with four and a half in Groton, Connecticut, on the fast-attack submarine USS Annapolis (SSN-760).

After his honorable discharge February 3, 1997, he met his wife, Kim (a Rhode Island native), found a job, and subsequently moved to the Hartford and Waterbury suburb of Southington, where he and his wife lived for several years.

After graduating with an A.S. in Liberal Arts from Tunxis Community College, in May, 2009, Jeremy and his wife moved to Cranston, Rhode Island, where they reside today.

Questions? Please contact Jeremy at jones <dot> jeremy <dot> joseph <at> gmail <dot> com.


4 Replies to “About Jeremy”

  1. I am very impressed with what you are doing here, it looks like you might make an excellent writher. Good luck with it. I have some suggestions though, study Samuel Clemens, Henry James, Earnest Hemingway and other distunguished writhers to give yourself a broad base.

  2. Thank you. I appreciate that.

    I plan to read some of those. I’ve spent most of my time reading fantasy stories to date, but I do need to branch out a bit.

    I’m sure I’ll read Chaucer and others as well.

  3. Jeremy –
    Great blog! I remember May 18 now thanks to you. I was in the 6th grade with crooked teeth & Junie B Jones looking hair then. I remember Harry Truman, too. But, I was in Connecticut and saw it on TV in the classroom and at home. What a mindblowing experience for you!
    I will send my sister your blog by attachment. She may be a good one to give you a good new name! PS – I didn’t get to read yet the Poetry – but Ersinghaus was one of my favorite teachers at TXCC – and I hope to have him again before I finish.
    For anyone else reading this blog – Jeremy is brilliant in Math and helped SO MANY students this semester in our Math course. Wish you luck!

  4. Thanks, Bonnie. I don’t know about “brilliant,” but I’ve always been able to figure things out in math, even when I didn’t understand initially. I know that not all people have that ability, so I help whenever I can. I think that’s just the right way to do things.

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