B.N. Rundell

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Born and raised in Colorado into a family of ranchers and cowboys, B.N. Rundell is the youngest of seven sons. Juggling bull riding, skiing, and high school, graduation was a launching pad for a hitch in the Army Paratroopers.  After the army, he finished his college education in Springfield, MO, and together with his wife and growing family, entered the ministry as a Baptist preacher.
Together, B.N. and Dawn raised four girls that are now married and have made them proud grandparents. With many years as a successful pastor and educator, he retired from the ministry and followed in the footsteps of his entrepreneurial father and started a successful insurance agency, which is now in the hands of his trusted nephew. He has also been a success
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“We have a sixth sense that gets dimmed with the noise of civilization but you should always pay attention to it; it might save your bacon”
B.N. Rundell, Journey To Jeopardy: Rocky Mountain Saint Book 1

“said the Cherokee called it the nu na hi du na tlo hi lu i or the Trail Where They Cried. Tatum shook his head at the”
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“remained frozen in place, waiting for some movement or word from White Feather. Finally, one of the men,”
B.N. Rundell, Frontier Freedom: Rocky Mountain Saint Book 2




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