W4VET 8/11/2019

Bill Johnson has performed his tribute to the late, great Bob Hope across the U.S, and the South Pacific to rave reviews. Bill first appeared at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans for the premiere of “Beyond All Boundaries” in the Solomon Victory Theater. Bill was honored to introduce retired NBC-TV broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw, and perform a brief moment of comedy with the film’s Executive Producer, Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks.

Bill also appears frequently at BB’s Stage Door Canteen, starring as Mr. Hope in the Museum’s production of “Thanks For the Memories: Bob Hope and his All Star Pacific Tour,” along with “On the Road With Bob Hope and Friends, “ which was underwritten by the Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation.

Other notable appearances include Hosting the Les Brown Jazz Festival alongside Les Brown, Jr., the USO Ft. Hood Salute to Las Vegas- with a special appearance by the legendary Wayne Newton, and  USO Tribute Cincinnati- featuring Miss America 2016, Betty Cantrell.

Some of the clients and sponsors Bill has proudly appeared for include Maryland Public Television (at “LZ Maryland” with former Dean Martin Golddigger, Michelle Dellafave), the Bob Hope USO in Palm Springs, USO Metro-Baltimore, USO Central and Southern Ohio, USO Hampton Roads, USO Northwest, and USO Guam & Tokyo. Corporate clients have included Michelin Tires, Staples, American Express, US Tours, and Amway Achievers (aboard the USS Midway). Bill has also forged his niche on stage, screen, and television as a dependable character actor.

Through the years, Bill has been “murdered” on CSI, portrayed Michael Imperioli’s banker in High Roller: The Stu Unger Story, as well as, roles in films such as Ocean’s 11, Scare Tactics, Larry the Cable Guy’s Christmas Spectacular, Three Days to Vegas starring Peter Falk, and Trick Shot- the first film shot with the Canon 4K C300 MII camera. He recently appeared in the series finale of Dice- “The Trial”- where he played John Quincy Adams opposite Andrew Dice Clay as Pres. James Monroe.

William Patrick Johnson,  Bob Hope Impersonator  www.GigSalad.com/williampatrickjohnson   www.BillJohnsonentertainment.com

 

Our second guest today is Andrew Green, with 25 years of experience as both an attorney and Certified Public Accountant.  Mr. Green is an Associate Attorney with the Eppley Legal Group. He has represented hundreds of clients in state/federal court as trial counsel in both criminal and civil cases as well as active in family law courts.

Andrew W. Green believes estate planning should be at the top of everyone’s to-do list.  The legacy we leave behind will provide comfort as well as peace of mind to the ones who matter most, our family. This is the topic Mr. Green will be discussing.  We want to welcome the Eppley Legal Group as our new Sponsors and Experts as Attorney’s Of Law for Let’s Just Talk. For more information go to www.https://eppleylegalgroup.com

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W4CY 8/8/2019

Bill Johnson has performed his tribute to the late, great Bob Hope across the U.S, and the South Pacific to rave reviews. Bill first appeared at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans for the premiere of “Beyond All Boundaries” in the Solomon Victory Theater. Bill was honored to introduce retired NBC-TV broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw, and perform a brief moment of comedy with the film’s Executive Producer, Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks.

Bill also appears frequently at BB’s Stage Door Canteen, starring as Mr. Hope in the Museum’s production of “Thanks For the Memories: Bob Hope and his All Star Pacific Tour,” along with “On the Road With Bob Hope and Friends, “ which was underwritten by the Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation.

Other notable appearances include Hosting the Les Brown Jazz Festival alongside Les Brown, Jr., the USO Ft. Hood Salute to Las Vegas- with a special appearance by the legendary Wayne Newton, and  USO Tribute Cincinnati- featuring Miss America 2016, Betty Cantrell.

Some of the clients and sponsors Bill has proudly appeared for include Maryland Public Television (at “LZ Maryland” with former Dean Martin Golddigger, Michelle Dellafave), the Bob Hope USO in Palm Springs, USO Metro-Baltimore, USO Central and Southern Ohio, USO Hampton Roads, USO Northwest, and USO Guam & Tokyo. Corporate clients have included Michelin Tires, Staples, American Express, US Tours, and Amway Achievers (aboard the USS Midway). Bill has also forged his niche on stage, screen, and television as a dependable character actor.

Through the years, Bill has been “murdered” on CSI, portrayed Michael Imperioli’s banker in High Roller: The Stu Unger Story, as well as, roles in films such as Ocean’s 11, Scare Tactics, Larry the Cable Guy’s Christmas Spectacular, Three Days to Vegas starring Peter Falk, and Trick Shot- the first film shot with the Canon 4K C300 MII camera. He recently appeared in the series finale of Dice- “The Trial”- where he played John Quincy Adams opposite Andrew Dice Clay as Pres. James Monroe.

William Patrick Johnson,  Bob Hope Impersonator  www.GigSalad.com/williampatrickjohnson   www.BillJohnsonentertainment.com

 

Our second guest today is Andrew Green, with 25 years of experience as both an attorney and Certified Public Accountant.  Mr. Green is an Associate Attorney with the Eppley Legal Group. He has represented hundreds of clients in state/federal court as trial counsel in both criminal and civil cases as well as active in family law courts.

Andrew W. Green believes estate planning should be at the top of everyone’s to-do list.  The legacy we leave behind will provide comfort as well as peace of mind to the ones who matter most, our family. This is the topic Mr. Green will be discussing.  We want to welcome the Eppley Legal Group as our new Sponsors and Experts as Attorney’s Of Law for Let’s Just Talk. For more information go to www.https://eppleylegalgroup.com

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W4VET 8/4/2019

Our first guest is Gene Goldman, CFA – Chief Investment Officer and Director of Research, Cetera Investment Management, his topic today is the Mid-Year Market Outlook Despite Global Trade Concerns, Markets Have Room to Run.

Gene Goldman is responsible for the strategic direction and continued growth of the firm’s research offerings. His role includes setting the vision for superior capabilities and enabling the delivery of objective investment advice. He provides day-to-day oversight of Cetera Investment Management, with a focus on providing unbiased research about the economy and financial markets, asset allocation strategies, mutual funds and other investment related topics. Mr. Goldman also helps oversee the investment committee and their commitment to delivering thought leadership on the economy, financial markets and investment strategies, as well as implementation and practice recommendations for advisors.  For more information, please www.cetera.com

 

Our second guest today is Andrew Green, with 25 years of experience as both an attorney and Certified Public Accountant.  Mr. Green is an Associate Attorney with the Eppley Legal Group. He has represented hundreds of clients in state/federal court as trial counsel in both criminal and civil cases as well as active in family law courts.

Andrew W. Green believes estate planning should be at the top of everyone’s to-do list.  The legacy we leave behind will provide comfort as well as peace of mind to the ones who matter most, our family. This is the topic Mr. Green will be discussing.  We want to welcome the Eppley Legal Group as our new Sponsors and Experts as Attorney’s Of Law for Let’s Just Talk. For more information go to www.https://eppleylegalgroup.com