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Born the third of seven children to Greek immigrants in September of 1929 in Lowell, Massachusetts, author Titus Plomaritis has left his mark on that town as he grew up, raised a family, and played an integral role in the sporting community. In Titus, he shares the many and varied stories of his full and active life. In this memoir, Plomaritis takes a journey through his past and entertains with a plethora of anecdotes from his early family life and background—playing football for the Lowell High School football team and a surprise ending to a Thanksgiving Day game; his volunteer duties with the booster club; his fulfilling career as a chiropractor; his involvement with President Jimmy Carter; and the six times he was fortunate to survive close calls with death without suffering tragedy. With photos, newspaper article excerpts, and letters included, Titus shares a wealth of personal and family history of a vibrant man who started out as a tough little Greek kid blessed with speed and football ability and progressed through a lifetime of accomplishments.

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