Alan Reed lives in Franklin, Tennessee with his wife Barbara. Our grown children are a son; Eric, and a daughter; Kirsten.
Kirsten Reed graduated in 2013 with a degree in Architecture from the University of Tennessee, and is working as a professional architect.
The first 18 years of my life I lived in the western suburbs of Chicago. From 1968 to 1989 I worked for General Motors and lived in the Detroit, Flint, and Warren areas of Michigan. In 1987, I was privileged to become a part of the Saturn project, at that time the new car line of GM. As the new Saturn plant would be located in Tennessee, in 1989, I moved to Franklin, which is south of Nashville. Since then I have retired from Saturn and have worked as a delivery driver.
I became a Christian in 1971 when I was in college. As my life was not religious before that, I count myself as very fortunate and blessed to have been given friends who led me to Christ. I enjoy creative thinking; writing about my “long lost brother” Edgar has allowed me express some of my experiences and faith.