Interview with Jerred Blanchard
QUESTION 9
PAUL STECKLER:

Were there other reactions, other places, in terms of--?

JERRED BLANCHARD:

Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yes. There were other reactions and these, as a matter of fact once you make up your mind that you have to do something, then you have the calm that comes from peace of mind. So when I was told I didn't need to come back to my church, that didn't bother me, I kept coming back. When I was told not to darken the door of a country club where I used to play golf, I darkened that door too. I was determined that nobody was going to be a dictator of my life. I was going to do it in my own way. And in that I was as stubborn as Henry Loeb was.