Stan Weisleder worked as an actuary for most of his life. When he decided to retire it wasn't to sit on the back porch to watch the grass grow. He became a cop, an author and had his own internet radio program, The View From Over Here, where most of his guests were entertainment personalities. His 23 years with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department were mostly as a reserve Detective with the Child Abuse Unit of Special Victims. As an author he wrote three novels, one play and is presently working on a half dozen screenplays. His first novel is based on his experiences with the LASD and his being the oldest one to have graduated from the Academy. His next novel, "A Killer of Lions", is based on the Tuskegee Airmen that had to fight two air forces in order to gain recognition, the Luftwaffe and the US Army Air Corp. His third novel, "The Trees", is being re-published under the title, "The Dogs of Brownsville", a story ripped from the headlines of the past fifty years that tells about a handful of guys and gals that left the ghetto of Brownsville and arrived in Las Vegas in time to take part in the changing of the guard from the mob to Howard Hughes to corporate America. Stan is also available as a speaker on what to do after you retire.