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Chef to Presidents, Veteran Martin CJ Mongiello

March 26th, 2017 (No Comments)

I’m Greg McIntyre with a special chef’s version of lunch with a veteran today. Martin Mongiello is executive director of the United States Presidential Service Center and owner of The Inn of the Patriots. He is a 30 Year retired military vet, chef to Presidents, stars and a lucky few under the polar ice cap […]

Elder Law Presser. First “Official” Press Conference of The Elder Law Guy!!!

March 19th, 2017 (No Comments)

Good morning I’m Greg McIntyre the Elder Law Guy getting ready here with Hayden Soloway and our host the famous Milton Baker. I am really excited today because I have my first ‘Press Conference’ as President of McIntyre Elder Law. We will be shutting down the lines for the press but the information we put […]

Bringing the education to you: Seminars and Speeches. Bringing Education to You and your group.

March 12th, 2017 (No Comments)

I’m Greg McIntyre and this is the Elder Law Report. We have some special guests with us today. Joining us is Rebecca Higgins, President of DAR, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and we’ll be talking to my partner in crime, Joe Seidel. Joe and I have done tons of events together. Joe runs Bayada […]

Lunch with a Veteran Earl Mace Driver to the Kennedys

February 22nd, 2017 (No Comments)

I’m Greg McIntyre and today I would like to introduce Earl Mace who is a Veteran of the National Guard and United States Air Force. You were in the National Guard since you were a kid, right? EM: Yes, I joined around 1955. I was eighteen maybe. GM: What motivated you to join the National […]

Lunch with a Veteran – The real G.I Jane – Martha Bridges

February 19th, 2017 (No Comments)

GM: I’m Greg McIntyre and I’m talking with Martha Bridges today on ‘Lunch with a Veteran.’ I really appreciate you being here today. I would like to talk about your years of service to our nation. Are you from Shelby originally? MB: No, I’m from Concord, I grew up and was raised in Concord until […]

At the Conference Table 011: What Little House on the Prairie can teach us about Elder Law!

February 16th, 2017 (No Comments)

Greg: Little House on the Prairie, what has it got to do with elder law? I miss good shows. Didn’t shows use to be great on television? What happened? Hayden: That’s why those shows are still around. The TV series are different now. It used to be they were wholesome, you had Merv Griffith and […]

Nursing Home Crisis Planning

January 27th, 2017 (No Comments)

With Greg McIntyre and Hayden Soloway January 18th 2017 GM: Good morning to all. We are talking about Medicaid Crisis Planning today, Nursing Home Crisis Planning, which is a big deal, oh my gosh. HS: It’s a really big deal if you are in that situation and all of a sudden you realize all the […]

New Year Special. Key Benefits Change Update.

January 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

With Greg and Hayden Greg: Merry Christmas and a very happy new year to everyone. We’re going to focus on new year planning and several key updates today. First, I write newspaper articles all the time, and we had a full page article in the Star on Christmas Eve that you might want to read. […]

Jim ‘the Tarheel Terror’ Hardin

December 28th, 2016 (No Comments)

World War II & Korean War Fighter Pilot. Jim Hardin — WWII & Korean Fighter Pilot Welcome to Lunch with a Veteran, I have with me Jim Hardin, whom I have known for my entire life I think. Jim is a world war 2 fighter pilot and was a fighter pilot in the Korean war. We are going […]

Enemies 2 Friends: Bill Hardin (Marines) & Larry Gamble (Navy)

December 23rd, 2016 (No Comments)

                                           Bill Hardin (left) Marines — — — — Larry Gamble (right) Navy We have two special friends and veterans here today, Bill Hardin and Larry Gamble. They were in high school together and I understand there were some twists […]

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