Michael George Markulis is a 90 year old author and invites you to join him on his life's journey spanning over nine decades. From the great depression to the present. His autobiography are stories where he experienced joy, happiness, heartaches, hardships and sadness. But most of all stories of his love of family, love of life, that the Lord allowed him to experience. Born in 1931 in Mutual Utah to immigrant Greek parents moving to several states where his father could find employment. The depression years created many hardships for the family. His autobiography includes moving to California, attending schools, several colleges earning an Associate of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Police Science and Public Administration. His autobiography includes a beautiful love story marrying his childhood sweetheart and raising two beautiful children. A thirty-seven year career with the Los Angeles Police Department, working many assignments such as patrol, vice, narcotics, gangs, homicide and community relations. While working full time on the LAPD, he taught as a prat time instructor for 30 years in several community colleges in Los Angeles. Upon retirement from LAPD he was hired by the university of Southern California as the Director of the prestigious Delinquency Control Institute under the School of Public Administration. His book reiterates many firsts in law enforcement. There are several stories in his book about his service in the Army during the Korean War.