I was born in the great metropolis of Detroit, Michigan on the holiday Labor Day. That year it fell on the
5th of September. My Dad had told me that the
day I was born, the city of Detroit had set off fireworks in celebration. As a child, I believed him and
looked forward each year to hearing the story that
he had to tell. Sadly I lost my father in the spring of my 6th year. After that I was raised by many
different people and spent my early years seeing the
various places in Fourty-eight states of the United States. My early years as an adult was spent in the city
of Detroit and the surrounding area. I became
disabled in my thirties and learned how to do things differently. I now reside in the state of Texas.
My greatest accomplishment was three beautiful children, two of which blessed me and their Dad with
beautiful grand children. My grandson is in the Navy and I can honestly say that I am extremely proud of
him. I am extremely proud of all my grand children and their parents.
I never thought that I would ever have a computer. At first I didn't even want the "new fangled things".
Then there was a friend who decided that a computer was exactly what I needed to keep me busy. Once I
learned how to use one, I decided that I wanted one. My first travels on the internet was going to websites
that friends helped me find for a television series that I had been very interested in. "Tour of Duty" I
had found some very interesting sites and even some fan-fiction about the characters from the series.
While I was reading, the many different stories brought out another interest... writing. My interest in the
televison series opened an entirely new world for me... right down to getting the chance to meet others in
the entermainment industry.
CDI board members, friends, actors and My Starr.
This year, I was able to make a trip to Maggie Valley, N.C. but, this time it was to represent the site for DJ
Perry. This time I left Texas with my service dog, My Starr. I was met up in Maggie Valley by my friend
Trisha, who helped me get interviews, and a friend from the "Tour of Duty" group, Amy. By the way...
the fans for "Tour of Duty" call ourselves... "ToDites". The entire trip was wild and we all made a few
Since the trip, My Starr passed
away. There is a group of people
who had found out about that and
gifted me another dog. His name
is Sonny's Delight and is the
newest member of the DJ Perry
What is it like to be the webmaster for DJ Perry? Well let me tell you...
Being the webmaster for DJ Perry has been a total blast. What started as just a trip to meet my favorite
actor, turned into a lifetime project. DJ has kept my fingers busy flying acorss the keyboard of my
computer these past four years and I have enjoyed every second of it. Sometimes I get really particular as
to how I want a particular page to look and it will take me longer than I projected but, the final outcome
is worth it when I hear from DJ. The man is so busy with his company and career but he still takes time
out to get and keep in touch with his fans. It has been a pleasure as well as a learning experience to be
DJ, I love ya like a son...
but Terence Knox...
Chris Nendick, Greg Mason, Pepper and DJ Perry
November 8th, 2003
On November 5th, 2003, I left my home in Texas with my home care provider, Jeanette and my service
dog, Bubba. It took us two days to reach Owosso, Michigan by bus and we arrived there just in time to get
ready for the big event of that evening. The world premiere for the movie, "AN ORDINARY KILLER"
directed by Anthony Hornus and starring Dan "Griz" Haggerty, DJ Perry, Charles Matthau, Terry "TJ"
Jernigan, Chris Nendick and the reason why I made the trip... TERENCE KNOX. The webmaster of
HUM90, a website for the TV series "Tour of Duty", had arranged for me to represent his site and do a
review and get a few interviews. Which I had accomplished with the help of my daughter, Theresa,
Jeanette and Bubba. Little did I know when I left Texas, that I would become webmaster for DJ Perry. I
wish to take this moment to thank Craig (HUM90 webmaster) for the opportunity of a lifetime.
For DJ Perry:
"May the road always rise up to greet
you. The devil always be cowering
behind you. As the Lord smiles upon
you as you accomplish the tasks ahead."