Harvey Saltz was born in the City of New York at the tender age of zero.
He moved to CA when he was ten, just to keep the family together. As a young man, he built and installed cabinets for house trailers; built rattan and standard furniture; and then became a Radio and TV Repairman, and a sales person for Radios and TVs.
In the Air Force he was first a computer technician, and then a Technical Instructor for computers and RADAR while stationed at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS. After his honorable discharge from the Air Force, Harvey worked in the aerospace industry as an associate engineer on the design and repair of military computers. He then became a technical writer of repair and operational manuals for various aerospace computers.
After law school, he worked as a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Los Angeles, and then entered private law practice. Thereafter, he started an entirely new industry within the credit reporting field, and ran a credit reporting business until he retired.
He is a family man with two children, two grandchildren, an ex-wife with whom he is on good terms, and a long time lady companion. His only flaw (so he thinks) is that he could never stop joking around, no matter what. And now he is a successful author, thanks to you.
UPDATE: Although still writing, Harvey has started a new business called thingies.org® and retails varies items of jewelry. He is noteably now known for the design and development of a new and unique medical identification system called DentaFication®.