Episode #14 - Interview with Sergeant Major (Retired) William Grandy
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Welcome to episode number 14, where I have the honor and privilege of sitting down with Mr. Bill Grandy; Bill has 28 years of service in the Canadian forces, and he joined at 18 years old in st. John's Newfoundland. He's originally from Grand Bank, Newfoundland. Bill started in the military as a telephone linesman and retired in 2018 as a Sergeant Major. He served three separate tours of duty in Afghanistan, closing tour of duty for Canada. Also, a peacekeeping mission over in Cyprus. He served with the Special Forces in Ottawa for seven years from Sergeant to Master Warrant Officer's rank. Bill has been instrumental in the operation podium with the Special Forces for the 2010 Olympics. He's also a great entrepreneur. He has a really cool food truck called The Shed. If you're from Newfoundland, that will make a lot of sense if you're not from Newfoundland. We'll explain that a little bit more later in the conversation Bill is really all giving back, he gives so much back to the community and the people around him. He's a great person. I met bill about five years ago when I first moved to this community. He was actually one of the first people I met here, and he and his wife are just great people. We're going to get into many great topics, but I am excited to have him here. So, uh, without further ado, let's jump into it.

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