Robert Patrick Lewis
Robert Patrick Lewis, Hospital Administrator, Former (2012) Green Beret Special Forces Medic
Mark Twain said: “Fiction is obligated to stick to the possibilities. Truth isn’t.”
Robert Patrick Lewis learned the harsh truth among the myriad of fictions about the damage and repair of the human body, and the politics that affect both.
Graduating from Texas State University, Robert took his marketing degree to Army Ranger school in Ft. Benning, GA. From there he became a Special Forces Medic and Special Ops Green Beret. He then served four tours in harms way in Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa. These ”post graduate studies” earned him a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and numerous ribbons, medals and commendations from subjects not covered in college.
A husband and father of two, he now lives in Southern California with his wife and children. He is the author of the memoir, Love Me When I’m Gone as well as the recently released novel The Pact.
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