Jack Miller, founder, the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy, and retired founder and CEO, Quill Corp.

I was amazed by the number of people, both friends and strangers, who commented on the article and how approving their comments were. … It even generated some immediate donations to the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy, which was great.

<BR><BR>Having sold Quill in 1998, we were put into the position of having some funds that needed to be invested. This poor, "uncertain" economy has made investing a very difficult enterprise. But having gone into the office real estate business, through our company, Millbrook Real Estate, we have found opportunities to purchase some very nice properties at reasonable prices.<BR><BR><A href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-retired-quill-corp-ceo-is-candid-in-quest-to-eradicate-the-disease-affecting-him-millions-of-others-20120326,0,6527328.story">See the original profile that ran March 26, 2012</A>
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( June 16, 2012 )

I was amazed by the number of people, both friends and strangers, who commented on the article and how approving their comments were. … It even generated some immediate donations to the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy, which was great.

Having sold Quill in 1998, we were put into the position of having some funds that needed to be invested. This poor, "uncertain" economy has made investing a very difficult enterprise. But having gone into the office real estate business, through our company, Millbrook Real Estate, we have found opportunities to purchase some very nice properties at reasonable prices.

See the original profile that ran March 26, 2012

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