Join Richard and Mary Maturi for The Wit of Will Rogers and the Woman Behind the Wit, Betty Rogers. Husband and wife authors Richard and Mary Maturi highlight the wit of Will Rogers and describe how his wife, Betty was the driving force behind Will’s wit and the family business. A discussion of Rogers’ insight into the human condition and problems of his day and how he became a master of communication. The presentation reveal just how much his insight is as applicable today as it was decades ago.
Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II. Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell, B-17 navigator and father of Dr. Brooks Mitchell, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming Business School. Ride along with the crew of Kipling’s Error, the first B-17 crew to complete 25 successful combat missions and return to the states to train other airmen. The Kipling’s Error crew diaries form the basis of the program and provide insight into the sacrifices made by those who serve.