A Story of Three Faces
DATE: Thursday, January 12
TIME: 6:30 socialization; 7:00 meal; 8:00 program
MENU: Make your own sandwich with sliced top sirloin, herb-crusted pork loin and/or chipotle-grilled chicken with an array of cheeses, tomato, shredded lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, and sliced red onions along with an assortment of deli breads and rolls, condiments, side salad and dessert.
PROGRAM: Former FBI agent Dale Lovin will talk about three separate incidents spanning more than a decade that involved sexual abuse, murder, and kidnapping for ransom. These cases are the foundation for his novel, The Mirror in the River, “an eye-to-eye look look at the tragedy of human trafficking and the loss of human dignity that is its sad companion.” (Amazon description). A second novel, Strangers, Lovers and the Winds of Time, enters the dark world of white extremist hate groups.
Dale spent twenty-five years as an agent with the FBI. The majority of his career was spent in the investigation of violent crimes. Then, following the tragedy of 9/11/01, he concluded his law enforcement years by helping to establish the Federal Air Marshal Service. He now lives in Colorado with his wife, has three children, and is an avid fly-fisher.