Grateful to Have Been There: My 42 Years with Bill and Lois, and the Evolution of Alcoholics Anonymous

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Hazelden Publishing, Mar 1, 1994 - Self-Help - 208 pages
Aide and executive secretary to AA's co-founder, Bill W., for 20 years, Nell Wing shares her memories and impressions of 42 years of involvement with the Fellowship.
 

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Contents

How I Came to Work for A A
11
The People Oh the People
41
Bill and Lois at Leisure
65
Bill and Dr Bob
89
W Bills Shortcomings and Character Defects
103
Bills Outside Friends
119
What a a Means to Me
143
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Nellie Elizabeth Wing, age 89, died Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at Sunrise Assisted Living, Wayne. Ms. Wing was born May 27, 1917 in Kendall, NY the daughter of the late William Frank and the late Daisy (Shepard) Wing. She lived in Wayne and was formerly of New York, NY. Ms. Wing was a 1940 graduate of Keuka College in NY. Nell Wing - USCG SPAR USCG SPAR Nell Wing From 1944 - 1946 she served in the US Coast Guard and earned the American Area Campaign Medal and The World War II Victory Campaign Medal. Nell Wing started work at the Alcoholic Foundation, 415 Lexington Ave, NYC. Starting as a typist earning $32 a week , she stayed for 36 years.

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