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"American Dreamer" is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant’s dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran’s childhood to his eventual escape to America and his rise as CFO of a multi-billion-dollar company, Tran’s memoir is a lesson in perseverance and ingenuity. After he initially left Vietnam in 1970 to attend Americ "American Dreamer" is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant’s dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran’s childhood to his eventual escape to America and his rise as CFO of a multi-billion-dollar company, Tran’s memoir is a lesson in perseverance and ingenuity. After he initially left Vietnam in 1970 to attend American universities on a USAID scholarship, Tran’s sense of commitment led him home shortly before the fall of Saigon in 1975. Suspected of being a CIA agent, he found life under Communism increasingly difficult and dangerous, and was forced to flee. During multiple attempts to escape, he encountered deceit, betrayal, and even murder. Finally, in 1979 Tran and his wife, Cathy, escaped with 350 others in a rickety, overcrowded boat, and faced pirate attacks and months in a Malaysian refugee camp before reaching their new home in Oregon. "American Dreamer" written with passion, unflinching candor, and wit, is an extraordinary debut that confirms the American dream is alive and gives hope to anyone willing to work for a better life.


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"American Dreamer" is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant’s dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran’s childhood to his eventual escape to America and his rise as CFO of a multi-billion-dollar company, Tran’s memoir is a lesson in perseverance and ingenuity. After he initially left Vietnam in 1970 to attend Americ "American Dreamer" is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant’s dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran’s childhood to his eventual escape to America and his rise as CFO of a multi-billion-dollar company, Tran’s memoir is a lesson in perseverance and ingenuity. After he initially left Vietnam in 1970 to attend American universities on a USAID scholarship, Tran’s sense of commitment led him home shortly before the fall of Saigon in 1975. Suspected of being a CIA agent, he found life under Communism increasingly difficult and dangerous, and was forced to flee. During multiple attempts to escape, he encountered deceit, betrayal, and even murder. Finally, in 1979 Tran and his wife, Cathy, escaped with 350 others in a rickety, overcrowded boat, and faced pirate attacks and months in a Malaysian refugee camp before reaching their new home in Oregon. "American Dreamer" written with passion, unflinching candor, and wit, is an extraordinary debut that confirms the American dream is alive and gives hope to anyone willing to work for a better life.

30 review for American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jypsy

    Thank you Iread and the author for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. American Dreamer By: Tim Tran, Tom Fields-Meyer REVIEW ☆☆☆☆ Immigration is a dicey issue at best in today's society. If you take politics, agendas, etc. out of the equation for just a moment, and focus on the actual people, immigrants, at the heart of the controversy, the picture is quite different. Tim Tran's American Dreamer gave me pause to think about what it takes to u Thank you Iread and the author for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. American Dreamer By: Tim Tran, Tom Fields-Meyer REVIEW ☆☆☆☆ Immigration is a dicey issue at best in today's society. If you take politics, agendas, etc. out of the equation for just a moment, and focus on the actual people, immigrants, at the heart of the controversy, the picture is quite different. Tim Tran's American Dreamer gave me pause to think about what it takes to uproot your life, and journey to a foreign country. Tim and his family were residents of first North then South Vietnam. With an emphasis on his education, Tim eventually found his way to the United States, but this land of opportunity was not always the most hospitable or caring place to be. People fear different, and Tim, as a Vietnamese immigrant, was different. The most striking aspect of the story is the courage, tenacity and optimism Tim possessed beyond all judgment or obstacles. Not to say things were easy, decidedly not, rather, I am addressing Tim's outlook on life. There is much more to this story that I have not even begun to explain here because I can't discuss everything, else we would be here for days. Tim and his family were extraordinary people living in extraordinary circumstances, and they survived in the way best suited to them. I admire the immigrant spirit in Tim and scores of others we will never know. This story has a beautiful message shared in a deceptively simple manner that touches the heart and opens the eyes of its readers to a reality, an existence, vastly different from their own. It is in these differences that we find our humanity. Tim Tran has wonderfully depicted his personal experiences navigating a foreign landscape and the ways in which this shaped him. I was captivated by this amazing book, and I recommend if you read memoirs or historical fiction/nonfiction.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Jane

    See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits I find myself, at the moment, reading more memoirs and biographies than usual which I think is the result of wanting to be inspired by the courage and bravery of others. In a year when so much is uncertain, memoirs such as Tim Tran's highly engaging memoir of his incredible life help me to understand what people are capable of when they are determined. And Tran is one truly determined man. I have noticed that a recurring theme of immigration See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits I find myself, at the moment, reading more memoirs and biographies than usual which I think is the result of wanting to be inspired by the courage and bravery of others. In a year when so much is uncertain, memoirs such as Tim Tran's highly engaging memoir of his incredible life help me to understand what people are capable of when they are determined. And Tran is one truly determined man. I have noticed that a recurring theme of immigration memoirs is the importance placed on education and the lengths to which families will go in order to try ensure a good education for their children. Tran's father provided this driving force for his son and I loved how Tran then acknowledged the place that books and libraries have played in his life journey. The chaotic scenes of upheaval as Tran's family relocated from North to South Vietnam in the 1960s provided a taste of the traumas in store once the North Vietnamese army overran the South a few years later, but in the meantime Tran provides readers with an interesting account of his college years in early 1970s America. Such a complete change of culture could have been overwhelming, but Tran explains how his outgoing nature coupled with quiet observation of the people around him and a good sense of humour helped him to make friends and fit in, crossing barriers of race and affluence. I appreciated his demonstrations of how he repeatedly relied on these skills as his life turned into something of a rollercoaster. I cannot begin to imagine what it must take emotionally to remain positive and hopeful under the circumstances that all the boat people endured. Their sea journey, albeit with different hazards, reminded me of the journey undertaken by Yusra Mardini in Butterfly and, like Yusra and her sister, I realised that although the Trans were effectively destitute upon their second arrival in America, they had been successful people back in Vietnam. There has to be a better solution for refugees to travel globally without losing everything they own, paying vast amounts to be smuggled, and then spending months or even years in camps. It's such a waste of these people's lives and talents. American Dreamer is a very readable memoir. It does, understandably, visit painful memories of awful situations, but also shows the good side of humanity with various people coming together to help in any way they can. Tran acknowledges how small kindnesses in desperate times were just as valuable to him as grand gestures. I think that is one of the strongest lessons I will take from reading his memoir.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rod Raglin

    For those of us who have only known life in an affluent country with a stable, democratically elected government, it’s hard to imagine the danger and drama of regime change in other parts of the world. Everything you believed in and all you’ve worked so hard to attain, can abruptly become a liability, and the peace and security of your loved ones suddenly put at risk. This is the fate that befell so many South Vietnamese the day after the fall of Saigon in 1975, which marked the end of the Vietn For those of us who have only known life in an affluent country with a stable, democratically elected government, it’s hard to imagine the danger and drama of regime change in other parts of the world. Everything you believed in and all you’ve worked so hard to attain, can abruptly become a liability, and the peace and security of your loved ones suddenly put at risk. This is the fate that befell so many South Vietnamese the day after the fall of Saigon in 1975, which marked the end of the Vietnam War with victory for the communist North Vietnamese forces. One such person was Tim Tran, who relates his experience in the memoir, American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America by Tim Tran with Tom Fields-Meyer. To make that historical event even more personal and painful, Tran, a native-born Vietnamese, had experienced life in America on a scholarship and attained a degree in business from the University of California, Berkeley. He’d only returned to South Vietnam less than a year before the country fell to the communists. In American Dreamer, Tran describes his childhood in a loving family that thrived through hard work, determination and amazing resourcefulness that emerges out of necessity. And how his father provided the motivation and the training for him to succeed academically. Chapters about his immersion into American culture during his university years are a testament to his outgoing personality and the gracious, friendly, and helpful reception he received from almost all the Americans he interacted with. Accounts of navigating day-to-day living in a totalitarian regime, harrowing experiences trying to arrange an escape from Vietnam, life-threatening confrontations as boat person beset by pirates, and volunteering with agencies while in a refugee camp are gripping and told with candour and humility. Once back in America, career success is achieved with a combination of effort, excellence, enthusiasm, and integrity The author just doesn’t abide in America, he embraces it, holds it to his heart, then magnanimously gives back by creating an endowment that will for many years support the library operations at Pacific University. In these pages, Tran also pays tribute to all those who have supported him in fulfilling this dream. Entertaining and inspiring, American Dreamer, attests to the fact the American dream is still alive for those determined enough to pursue it. And furthermore, there’s no need to make America great again, for people like Tran, it still is and always has been.

  4. 4 out of 5

    LAWonder10

    This is a book ALL Americans should read! It applies to much of what is going on now. This is an outstanding, inspirational true story, written as well as any non-fiction I have ever read! It is so well organized and very easily followed. In spite of unimaginable hardships, he still applies humor and intrigue. A well-written novel could not have been more interesting than this tale! Although "Tim Tran" was blessed with a wonderful father who taught important, strong values, it is easy to discover This is a book ALL Americans should read! It applies to much of what is going on now. This is an outstanding, inspirational true story, written as well as any non-fiction I have ever read! It is so well organized and very easily followed. In spite of unimaginable hardships, he still applies humor and intrigue. A well-written novel could not have been more interesting than this tale! Although "Tim Tran" was blessed with a wonderful father who taught important, strong values, it is easy to discover that it was his mother, who had been through many severe hardships in her life, who was the congealing force in the family's success and determination. His mother was a quiet, hard working woman with great entrepreneur skills and wisdom beyond er years. "Tim's" father was raised wealthy and quite well educated. In North Vietnam, his father joined in groups fighting for independence but had the foresight to realize he needed to find a way for him and his family to reside in South Vietnam. Refugees at first, they eventually made it to a better life in Saigon. Through "Tim's" father's diligence in his sons education, "Tim" earned much success in school, and many awards. This served him well for the rest of his life. ​Times were hard as the war in Vietnam escalated. With outstanding awards and recommendations, "Tim was able to get a scholarship to go to the U.S. for college. Among the five foreign students chosen to attend college in the US, one was a girl, "Cathy" who he became acquainted with. Little did they know how their paths would continue to, miraculously, cross. Eagerly accepted by member of his dorm, "Tim" experienced American culture - to good and the bad. He never criticized, eagerly learned, and always was friendly and positive. He ended up graduating from Berkeley. His VISA ended and he had to make a difficult choice in those turbulent times whether or not to return to his homeland as was expected. From this time forth, "Tim" experienced very difficult, discouraging times of betrayal and degradation. However, with the strong work ethics, honesty, tenacity and a positive attitude he had been raised with, he would eventually. prevail. This book makes such a strong statement! It has earned my highest recommendation! *This book was gifted me with no pressure for a positive review. This is my honest review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I’m going to admit right off the bat that I’m not a history buff. More accurately, I’m not even a person who likes the word history. I’d like to blame some of that on teachers who left me equating history with memorizing dates. They just weren’t able to share what they must have loved in an exciting manner. Until very recently I wouldn’t have cared to open historical fiction or even a book such as this. But little by little I’m finding my way into history. And loving it. I want to share that this I’m going to admit right off the bat that I’m not a history buff. More accurately, I’m not even a person who likes the word history. I’d like to blame some of that on teachers who left me equating history with memorizing dates. They just weren’t able to share what they must have loved in an exciting manner. Until very recently I wouldn’t have cared to open historical fiction or even a book such as this. But little by little I’m finding my way into history. And loving it. I want to share that this book truly brings history to life. And by that, I mean that it’s a true story that is easy to read and quietly weaves history and Tim’s life together. The political leaders and what was happening becomes a story of interest. Not facts to memorize. No. This book is history at its best. I was eager to keep reading almost from the first page. I learned about Tim’s family, who were well off, educated, and living in North Vietnam. Due to his father’s insight and position, his father realized the need for them to move to South Vietnam. While in South Vietnam, at least for some time, they were considered refugees. I learned what that meant and how it affected the family. Tim’s story covers his education and dream to go to the U.S. We learn that his dream does come true when he is awarded a scholarship. But will he be accepted in a new country? To me, this is a story that reads like an exciting novel. It’s interesting and full of characters that make it difficult to close the book. What Concerned Me Nothing What I Liked Most I highly recommend this for all who love to read about history and those who like a saga that follows the journey of a family from Vietnam. My thanks to #iRead, and the author for an ARC and the ability to leave a review of my opinion. more reviews at https://pickagoodbook.com

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angel Martin

    Going into this one, I was a little nervous because I've never been able to focus on memoirs very easily. I get far too distracted, which leads me to preferring fiction. I chose to start reading this one about two weeks before my review was due just in case. It did take me a little longer to get through this one, but it had nothing to do with this book itself. This book was written amazingly; Tim Tran truly has a way with words. The way he described everything made it feel as if I was there exper Going into this one, I was a little nervous because I've never been able to focus on memoirs very easily. I get far too distracted, which leads me to preferring fiction. I chose to start reading this one about two weeks before my review was due just in case. It did take me a little longer to get through this one, but it had nothing to do with this book itself. This book was written amazingly; Tim Tran truly has a way with words. The way he described everything made it feel as if I was there experiencing it myself. When it came to the more complex things, such as descriptions of his job, he used basic English which definitely helped me personally to understand. I also loved that he continued to make connections between people and events. This was extremely helpful to me as it helped me keep track. This book taught me so much about this part of history. In my classes, we were simply taught the basics, but this went into such detail that it brought the entire situation to life. Tim Tran described the pain individuals and families both suffered. I think my favorite part about the entire thing was how humble and sweet he seemed. Despite everything, he still looked out for others and helped them as much as he can. He seemed like the sweetest, most genuine person, which made the entire thing more emotional for me. Overall, I absolutely think that everyone should read this book. It was touching and raw, and it opened my eyes. I personally had never payed much attention in history classes. I did just enough to get an A, then I'd zone out and read a book instead of listening. I truly wish that I'd discovered books similar to this when I still had those classes, because if I had, I believe I'd have been more invested in the subject. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via iRead Book Tours and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela Thompson

    The American Dreamer Offers an Amazing Life Story of Challenges, Perseverance, and Inspiration. I love memoirs because I love reading life stories--and the Tran's had quite a lot of life experiences to share! The American Dream and the United States, in general, have become so surrounded by negativity in so many ways today that Tran's story is one that I needed to read today. The challenges that the author faced, the hardships he endured--and the dark experiences that he channeled into the life The American Dreamer Offers an Amazing Life Story of Challenges, Perseverance, and Inspiration. I love memoirs because I love reading life stories--and the Tran's had quite a lot of life experiences to share! The American Dream and the United States, in general, have become so surrounded by negativity in so many ways today that Tran's story is one that I needed to read today. The challenges that the author faced, the hardships he endured--and the dark experiences that he channeled into the life of his dreams are shared openly and honestly with readers in a way that only the author could. The American Dreamer is a Story That Readers will Not be Able to Put Down. I read the book from cover to cover in one evening. The author's writing style offers very precisely, very well written snippets from his life that share an authentic story with readers in a writing style that doesn't wander or meander--but isn't dry or dull. I was drawn to his story and had to keep reading from beginning to end! Would I Recommend The American Dreamer by Tim Tran? I learned a lot from the author as I read his life story. I learned about Vietnam--and got a Vietnamese look at America (and Vietnam) and life during the Vietnam conflict. Tran presented his story in a straightforward, organized fashion that shared the details of his life as well as his emotional journey. If you have any interest in Vietnam history, refugee lives and the pursuit of the American Dream--by an inspirational pursuer--this is a fantastic story that should be on your reading list. I received a copy of this book from the author or publisher for use in a blog review. All opinions are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    mowgliwithabook

    ✨Humble,Herculean,Harrowing✨ . . American dreamer is a memoir on Tim Tran’s journey of escaping communist Vietnam. I did not know anything about the Author or Vietnam’s history when I started this book & I think I am definitely a little wiser after having read everything this book has to offer. . 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5 . SYNOPSIS-> American Dreamer is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant's dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran's childhood to his eventual esc ✨Humble,Herculean,Harrowing✨ . . American dreamer is a memoir on Tim Tran’s journey of escaping communist Vietnam. I did not know anything about the Author or Vietnam’s history when I started this book & I think I am definitely a little wiser after having read everything this book has to offer. . 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5 . SYNOPSIS-> American Dreamer is an inspirational, first-hand account of the motivating power of an immigrant's dream for a better life. From the rural Vietnam of Tim Tran's childhood to his eventual escape to America and his rise as CFO of a multi-billion-dollar company, Tran's memoir is a lesson in perseverance and ingenuity. . REVIEW-> This book is a reminder of how many things I am unaware of & how much more I have to learn. I have heard of the Vietnam war, but to read about the atrocities and war crimes from the POV of someone who has experienced it firsthand, is a different ballgame. . After several attempts,when Tim finally left Vietnam, he was a refugee in Malaysia. His description of life as a refugee is so saddening to read. Written in simple, non-flowery language, the book hits hard and is a wake up call. To know we still have war & refugees living under such conditions is heartbreaking. He also talks about the tragic life of children in refugee camps. . Despite all the hardships & extreme struggles, Tim comes across as a humble and grateful person - how someone can be so, after having been dealt such unfortunate cards & experienced so much trauma is something that amazed me all the while I was reading this book. . I liked how the book gives importance to highlighting the differences between Vietnam and US - education, culture and lifestyle - to prove why Tim sought the US as his Savior nation & feels so grateful towards it. I learned much about war & Vietnam from this book and do recommend reading this to expand your horizons too!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Tim Tran’s American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America was quite the inspiring tale. I found this memoir to be captivating and engaging. I often wondered what it was like for someone to leave their family and their home country to pursue the American dream. I always thought that would be brave and courageous to leave everything behind like that. I enjoyed reading Tim’s story from American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Tim Tran’s American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America was quite the inspiring tale. I found this memoir to be captivating and engaging. I often wondered what it was like for someone to leave their family and their home country to pursue the American dream. I always thought that would be brave and courageous to leave everything behind like that. I enjoyed reading Tim’s story from American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America. He did not have it as easy as he expected it would be. He struggled to fit in but he did eventually was able to find his way. I admired his spirit, determination, dedication and persistence. I loved reading the details of each place where he had been and lived. I found him to be quite the story teller, that made me want to keep reading to find out where his life would end up. I thought his tale to be so encouraging and moving. I was intrigued from start to finish and had no problem reading the whole book in one sitting. I am giving American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America a very well deserved five plus stars. I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy to read inspirational and uplifting true stories. I thought this memoir was a great read. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Connie Carpenter

    I love books where I can read about one's journey. I will read memoirs, biographies, autobiographies, etc any chance that I get. I think it's important to understand other's struggles and how they got where they are in life. I was drawn to this book because of this and that I did a lot of my undergraduate work in the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Era. I love the way that Tim Tran has written this book. He is gifted with his writing. The book flows very nicely. Tim and his family suffered a to I love books where I can read about one's journey. I will read memoirs, biographies, autobiographies, etc any chance that I get. I think it's important to understand other's struggles and how they got where they are in life. I was drawn to this book because of this and that I did a lot of my undergraduate work in the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Era. I love the way that Tim Tran has written this book. He is gifted with his writing. The book flows very nicely. Tim and his family suffered a ton of hardships trying to flee Vietnam. I can't imagine what they went through. My heart broke when he re-lived it. They were more prominent in Vietnam and destitute when they came to America. I could not imagine starting from scratch, in a far away country. I love how his father kept encouraging him - instilled a great work ethic in him so that he could be successful. I love how he recapped his college years (1970s). That was an interesting time period in itself with the culture evolve so rapidly - and not 100% acclimated to America. I enjoyed this book as a reader, and as a historian. It was a good, easy to read. It made sense and gave me a great view into how Tim and his family escaped and came to America. I received a copy of this book through the author and Iread blogging program - all thoughts are my own.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    I found this story fascinating. I have been acquainted with Tim since 1984. I knew pieces of his story, but had no real concept of the grit and determination it took Tim and Cathy to create the life they have now. Anyone who is interested in a real person story of living under communism will find this story heartbreaking and a true inspiration of human grit. I was born in the same time period as Tim and certainly grew into young adulthood listening to the news about Vietnam. Reading Tim's account I found this story fascinating. I have been acquainted with Tim since 1984. I knew pieces of his story, but had no real concept of the grit and determination it took Tim and Cathy to create the life they have now. Anyone who is interested in a real person story of living under communism will find this story heartbreaking and a true inspiration of human grit. I was born in the same time period as Tim and certainly grew into young adulthood listening to the news about Vietnam. Reading Tim's account brought a whole new understanding of that time and place. This was a fast read and the book was very hard to put down.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Misty

    American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America by Tim Tran (Tran Manh Khiem) with Tom Fields-Meyer was an interesting book to read. The book was filled with such an inspirational story about how one can become successful and overcome the odds no matter their situation. That however is not to say that this book was all sunshine and rainbows as it was filled with real events and hardships as well.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cristie Underwood

    The author's journey from Vietnam and the dream of a better life in America was not an easy one. He encountered all kinds of challenges in his quest to live the American Dream. The things that so many of take for granted were the things that the author dreamed to have. This book makes you truly understand the depths that some take to come to our Country for a better life. The author's journey from Vietnam and the dream of a better life in America was not an easy one. He encountered all kinds of challenges in his quest to live the American Dream. The things that so many of take for granted were the things that the author dreamed to have. This book makes you truly understand the depths that some take to come to our Country for a better life.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Moran

    I couldn't book this book down! I rarely come across a book that I can't put down. This book is definitely one of them. Tim Tran tells a fascinating story about his early life in Vietnam, his harrowing escape from communist Vietnam, and his experiences along his path to prosperity in the United States. This book is a real gem and it kept me riveted until the very last page. I couldn't book this book down! I rarely come across a book that I can't put down. This book is definitely one of them. Tim Tran tells a fascinating story about his early life in Vietnam, his harrowing escape from communist Vietnam, and his experiences along his path to prosperity in the United States. This book is a real gem and it kept me riveted until the very last page.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Thuan Tran

    This is a fascinating book that I have read since I was among a few of his friends who really experienced and lived through the terrible aspects of our society after 1975. I admire his work and resilience in building success in America.

  16. 4 out of 5

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  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Conger

    A compelling true story of an amazing man with the ability to perservere against great odds. I was inspired by Tim Tran's pursuit of and delight in education. A recommended read. A compelling true story of an amazing man with the ability to perservere against great odds. I was inspired by Tim Tran's pursuit of and delight in education. A recommended read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Isley Forrester

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gail Kearns

  21. 4 out of 5

    David Nguyen

  22. 5 out of 5

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    Greg Young

  27. 5 out of 5

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    John C.

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    Tim Tran

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    James A. Meyer

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