Rev. Eunice McGarrahan

“Frank Macon’s story has the feel of a grandpa sitting on the front porch telling his grandkids about a different time and place. There are stories of exploits fueled by a curiosity that helped Frank to learn about the world and himself. His curiosity prepared him for the life he imagined for himself. Young people who read this book will see how your life does not have to be perfect for you to become the person you were meant to be. This is more than the amazing story of how a young boy grew up to become an honored Tuskegee Airman. It is the story of how a life lived with perseverance can become a remarkable one.”