Junior exec

"Junior exec" Continued...

Issue: "Ethiopia's new flower," May 31, 2008

"We try to not restrict his steps but to monitor his steps and provide a safety net for him and provide other safety valves for him. We try to instill values in him," says Brandon's father, who has played with the Duke Ellington Orchestra in the past and speaks with a smooth, jazz-style cadence. "I don't worry too much about it. It looks as though he does make decisions that are healthy and that are wise. . . . He has strong faith in God. That keeps a good head on his shoulders as well. As far as what we monitor and observe, I think he will be all right."

Paul David Glader
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