Bruce Yearian
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  • Saint Charles, MO
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Your introduction to consim gaming:
Battle of the Bulge from AH back in the 60's.
Your favorite game(s):
Most games focused on the War in the Pacific during World War II or the Wars of South American Independence during the early 1800's
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
None
What game(s) have you played recently?
Operation Olympic
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
Not enough
How big is your game collection?
150-200
Your local game club(s) and/or where you reside (let's network!)
St. Charles/St. Louis, MO
About Me
Currently doing some graphics work for Paul Rohrbaugh and High Flying Dice Games but have done some small maps for ATO and the first few releases for Worthington Games. Work in the service industry, in management and have for 30+ years. Married with three daughters and four grandchildren.
Personal Interests (favorite activities, movies, shows, books, music, etc.)
Besides gaming and working on games, most of my time is spent at work, playing with grandchildren or doing things with my wife.
Website:
http://www.hfdgames.com

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Despite his skill with automobiles, his real love was airplanes. Kling attended night classes at Joliet Township High School to learn navigation. There he befriended a man who would have a major impact on his life: Art Chester, a Downers Grove racer who…

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