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“'Inspired by the insanity of it all…'” That’s Don Green reporting with a keen mind and a light heart on his extraordinary life. In these deceptively breezy memoir pages he reflects on the twists and turns of fate—not to mention, perseverance—that have shaped him. Between history and happenstance, good instincts and received wisdom, he both found his way and made his way. It’s a whale of a tale well told. Green sweeps us along from 'I was three years old and a goat,' through 'I learned that we’d used more dynamite than was necessary,' to a seminal phone call: 'It sounded like you said $6.8 billion. That's Billion with a capital B?’ to, later in life, 'Now I had a problem: one dog, one rope, and one very steep cliff.' You see what I mean? It’s a great story, and one rollicking, great read."  —Amanda McTigue, Author: Going to Solace
"People who write memoirs write history. Don Green has written history in bold letters and put it into a very readable book. This is a man who saw the impossible as possible and acted accordingly.  But do not mistake his 'Defining Moments' for a scientific treatise. It is a real-life adventure story with plenty of drama and humor and suspense." —Gaye Lebaron, Columnist for The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
“Don Green's story reads like a novel. I am reminded of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha, who fully engages and therefore fully experiences life's challenges and joys.” —Jane Rogan Dwight
“To have universal accessibility, a memoir must include a spiritual component. Defining Moments has that dimension. Donald Green’s book is not simply the success story of the “Father of Telecom Valley”; it also shows us something of the soul of the man, from the challenges of a wartime childhood to facing the process of aging with dignity. And along the way the author presents an in-depth view of how family, music, and common-sense spirituality can play a part in all our lives.” —Brother Tolbert “Toby” McCarroll, Author: Thinking With The Heart
“One would expect Don Green to write an engrossing tale about his remarkable Telecom life; but to tell it as a page-turner, that's a pleasant surprise. Perhaps growing up in wartime England could have made him a first-class novelist!” —Corrick Brown, Conductor Emeritus, Santa Rosa Symphony
“Although I know Don Green, I didn't know about the hardships he endured as a young boy during the war. Defining Moments is interesting, entertaining, and well written.” —Greg Steele
“I've had the privilege of working with Don for the past forty years. We traveled together throughout the United States, South America, Europe, the Far East, and Australia. The adventures were countless, the fun endless—and that comes through in his engaging book.” —Chet Stephens, Former Vice President of DTS
“Among the great people I have met over the years Don Green stands tall. His story, written with honesty, humility, and his sense of humor, is a great read. It teaches through example that it is possible to reach success without losing self.” —Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey (Ret.)
“Don is a hero and a visionary in so many ways, and has given so much to our local community. The story of his life and career, from a modest English upbringing to a key player in the digital revolution, is gripping and inspiring . . . Read his tale—you won't be disappointed.” —Robert Worth, Music Director, Sonoma Bach; Professor Emeritus, Sonoma State University