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Charles H. Ripp MD Author Biography
Charles H. Ripp MD is a practicing physician in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He began writing seriously in high school while living in a rural Wisconsin community. As a high school senior he won the Scholastica magazine national student award in writing for a story in the form of a poem titled: The Lights Went Out In Green Bay. This revered the passing of Vince Lombardi, the great Green Bay Packer football coach.
Dr. Ripp won an esteemed award as a student at Creighton University by writing a Greek mythological play in modern times. The fictional story reflected the drama and difficulty of modern day Jesuit priests handling depression, poverty, loneliness and celibacy. Few have written about successful priests giving up substantial human interaction for God. Dr. Ripp has written many published medical articles in varying disciplines involving family practice, anesthesiology and pain management.
Charles H Ripp's most noted recent literary works include The Sportademics.com Career Book Series (15 books). This is a comprehensive graphic path for the motivated student for to achieve life success in a career field. The emphasis in the student books is finding your creative niche and ability to navigate the most resourceful education and training available. Achievement of lifelong job security in our society is critical and needs to be reinforced through our youth reading these informative books. Charles has also been instrumental in writing with Dan Gordon (Wyatt Earp/Bonanza) a pending medical drama series for Lifetime Television. His most recent work includes The Colorado Girl Diary I (Amazon, Kindle and Barnes and Noble). In progress is the sequel: The Colorado Girl Diary II (on site at Coloradogirl.club). The Green County War Bride Diary I is presently being published chapter by chapter on this site also: (ColoradoGirl.club). The Green County War Bride Diary I is real life day by day story reflecting the 1940s, WWII and culture of the times through his mother as an obstetric rural Wisconsin baby boom nurse.
Dr. Ripp's outside interests include reading, a multitude of sports, music (piano/harpsichord) and travel. He is married and has four children.