Fred Gielow
After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1959 with degrees in electrical and math engineering, Fred went to work for IBM. Over the years he held a variety of positions in computer final-systems test, telecommunications systems design, financial systems development, and display station planning.

After 32 years of service he retired, but has remained active with the publication of a restaurant guide, creation of several business ventures, and the writing and publication of his second book, You Don't Say; Sometimes Liberals Show Their True Colors. (His first book was: Laughter, Love, and a Barbershop Song.)

Currently, Fred attends to his website (www.youdontsay.org) with weekly updates. He is an Accuracy In Media (AIM) board member and board member and committee member of the Freedom-21 Credit Union.


Whatever happened to Freedom21?
Fred Gielow
December 27, 2012

With the death in May 2012 of Henry Lamb, founder of Freedom21, what is to become of the organization Henry worked so diligently to create? The Freedom21 . . .


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