REX NELSON GREENWALD
Rex was born in Robbinsdale, Minnesota a north suburb of Minneapolis, and lived his youth in a small neighborhood with both his parents and older sister. With many friends he loved riding bikes, playing football, baseball, soccer, and hockey. His mother and father grew up in a small town north of Minneapolis, and his father had a passion for motorcycles. Rex has the passion as well, with many miles ridden with lots of memories.
He married his lifetime love (Teresa) at age 21, they have been married for 39 years and are blessed with two children, Nicholas, and Chelsea. Both kids have wonderful spouses, and the family is blessed with six wonderful grandchildren. They all live within ten miles of each other and enjoy life together.
Close to 15 years ago at a Bible study, the discussion revolved around when each of the folks was saved. Each seemed to have a great story ranging from a campfire at a Christian youth camp, lost parent, overcoming some abuse, divorce, or some dramatic moment in their life. When the question was asked of Rex at the study he answered “I really do not know, my parents loved Jesus, my family albeit not special or for sure not perfect always showed love of Jesus. I must be a lucky person. I must have been chosen right away or something, and there just does not seem to be that one time or that overwhelming special moment in time.” This always bothered Rex, because being a believer and follower of Christ is special enough!
Always a reader, and with every book read he journaled, took notes, and pondered what it would be like to write a story. However, he always thought of himself as just a normal no big deal kind of guy, and then one day it dawned on him that there was a story to share.
“One Lifetime is Not Enough” is mostly a true story. However, the essence of the story is about not judging anyone or anything by outward appearances, and that we are to find the inner character and follow the guiding principle of love that God shows and gives each of us willingly. “The world needs this message,” said Greenwald.
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Tribute to Paul Markland
Most of us feel shocked and disbelief when we hear about the unexpected news of your passing. Even if it was already a year ago on Christmas Day, your loss Paul will leave a hole in our hearts forever.
We may not express our gratefulness for your generosity and goodness but your kindness will always be imprinted in our memories.
We at Urlink Print and Media have never met someone as equally impressive, smart and grounded as you. We thought of you as the face of the company, you have been our constant ally since the Miami Book Fair 2018, along with your lovely wife Judy Markland. We labeled you as Urlink Print and Media Author Ambassador, with 12 novels to your credit, your writings proved your impeccable talent, gift and authenticity.
You embody compassion. Listen without judgment. Helped out because it was the right thing to do, gave without expectation and honest because there was no other way to be. You truly have a kind soul.
Today is our chance to say thank you for the way you brightened our lives. We will all feel the loss that you were taken from us too soon and yet we must learn to be grateful that you came along at all.
Only now that you are gone do we truly appreciate what we are now without, and we want you to know that life without you is very, very difficult especially for the people you love, your wife and kids. We have all despaired at your loss over the past year and only the strength of the message you gave us and through your books and most of all through your years of giving has afforded us the strength to move forward.
To Judy Markland, our deepest and sincere condolences. We only hope that Mark’s beautiful memories with you can bring comfort every day of your life. May God bless Mr. Paul Markland, and may he rest in eternal peace.