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Irwin-Vickers, Mary

Irwin-Vickers, Mary
Current Location: 
Colorado Springs, CO
Occupation(s): 
Homemaker
Biography: 

Mary Irwin is an expert on the topic of Noah’s Ark and has conducted more than 25 years of research on the subject. She traveled the world with her late husband, astronaut James Irwin, who served on the historic Apollo 15 flight. The pair climbed Mount Ararat numerous times looking for the ark and searched for biblical antiquities throughout the Middle East. In 1972, they founded the nonprofit Christian organization High Flight Foundation. Irwin has published four books on her life experiences.

Education/Training: 
Two years of college education
Speaker Availability: 
No

Klismet, Jr., Peter M.

Klismet, Jr., Peter M.
Current Location: 
Colorado Springs, CO
Biography: 

I'm a native of Colorado and grew up in the Denver area. I left after finishing college, but returned after 27 years.

Awards/Honors: 
2nd Place, non-fiction, Public Safety Writer's Association, National Convention, July 2013
Education/Training: 
2 Master's Degrees - Bachelor of Science Degree
Organizations: 
Public Safety Writer's Association - Society of Former FBI Agents - National Association of Cold Case Investigators - Professor Emeritus at Pikes Peak Community College
Speaker Availability: 
Yes
Speaker Topics: 
Speaks on crime-related topics, the FBI, criminal profiling, and related topics

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