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Dennis J. Ottley was born on January 28, 1932, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He lived in many towns throughout his childhood, but his family finally settled in Evanston, Wyoming.

When the Korean War started, Dennis’s guard unit was activated in September of 1950. In July 1951, he was selected for overseas duty and was sent to Korea to help form a new tank company. After ten months of service, he was honorably discharged as a tank gunner and a tank commander.

After a few years, he became highly involved in his community. He served three four-year terms as a member of the Evanston City Council and another three four-year terms as mayor.

Dennis is a businessman, most of his adult life. But at the end of 2013, he retired from his real estate agency at
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Making America a Better Nation

How to make the USA a better country for everyone



Many around the world have viewed the United States as a land of great opportunity. America has managed to maintain its high standing through the years with its economy, vast terrain, and military power.


However, recent findings from the Pew Research Center have indicated that the global perspective on the United States is shifting to a less than

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message 1: by Jill

Jill Lovely to meet you, Dennis, and thank you for your friendship here on GRs. Best Wishes, Jill


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