By Lou Vickery
Guest Writer 

The Sunshine Report


February 6, 2020

Quency B. Adams (not his real name) was a Prisoner of War during the Viet Nam conflict for five years. He shared with me the inhumane treatment that his captors inflicted on all the prisoners. It was horrific to say the least.

I met Quency, several years after his return from Viet Nam. He had taken a position with a firm I worked for in Chicago.

While a prisoner-o-war, Quency, learned to play the piano without the benefit of a piano. Let me explain.

Learning to play the piano had been a lifetime desire of Quency’s. He approached a fellow prisoner by the name of Marion, who had extensive t...

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