Authored By: Bernard Edwin Anthony “Bernie” Beleskey

This is the Story of The Beleskey - Beliski - Bieliski - Bielecki Families from the 17th century

Paternal & Maternal

Beleskey, Burton, Palmer, Kent - Thompson, Allan, Turner, Queen


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Bieliski/Dembroski   - Burton/Houghton
Bieliski/Stenkiecz - Burton/Manibridge

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My Family Memories - 1982 to Present Day!

Updated 01 April, 2023

 This is my wife  Jane, our son Kevin and  me "Bernie" Beleskey

At home, on Springdale Dr Kitchener, on our 16th wedding Anniversary October 14th 1982.

Married October 14th 1966 at Christ Church 1033 Adelaide Street North London Ontario  

   The Beleskey - Beliski - Bieliski -Bielecki *Lithuanian Family Crest

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Our Family Name: Beleskey - Beliski - Bieliski - Bielecki

As you may not know the Beleskey Beliski - Bieliski - Bielecki  Families: are of Lithuanian decent, polish heritage and traditions.

The narrative obtained from the “The Historical Research Center” describes the following Historical information.

The Lithuanians may have settled along the Neman (Nemanus) as early as 1500 B.C. In the 13th cent., to protect themselves against the Livonian and Teutonic knights, they formed a strong, unified state which, by absorbing neighbouring Russian principalities, became one of the largest in medieval Europe. Between 1386 and 1569, Lithuania gradually merged with Poland. In 1795 it came under Russian control. Independence was declared in 1918, but Poland held Vilnius from 1920 to 1939.

The Lithuanian surname Beleskey/Beliski/Bieliski is of homonymic [ same as ] origin, deriving from the place name where the initial bearer lived or held land. In tHis instance the surname is considered to be a variant of the Polish Beliski - Bieliski, both finding their roots in a place names “Beles”, with the addition of the suffix”-skey” which is a phonic variant of “-ski”, a standard Slavic ending.

Thus the first bearer of the surname Beleskey/Beliski/Bieliski/Bielecki ‘s was someone who was identified by the members of His community as “one who hailed from Beles”.

In some cases, His name may also have originated from the estate of the family, in which instance, it can be interpreted “the lord of Beles”.

The surname is also record as Belewicz and Bielewski - Bielecki’s.. Etymologically the loponym derives from the Slavic term “biel”, meaning “white”.

After the union of Horodla in 1413, when Lithuania and Poland united, many members of the Lithuanian aristocracy adopted the polish form of their surnames and indeed Lithuanian society was to become completely Polonized.

Indeed, the variant form of Beliski/Bieliski was borne by a noble Lithuanian family, which was a sept of the great clan Mogila. The ancestral seal of tHis house was located in the city of Zmudz, where their existence was documented in 1840.

Zmudz, a Russian diocese, also called Telshi (Telshe), including the part of Lithuania lying on the Baltic; tHis Lithuanian district, also named Schmudien (Polish, Zmudz) or Schamaiten (Lithuanian, Zemaitis), was conquered about 1380 by the Teutonic Knights, and ceded to Poland in 1411 by the first Treaty of Thorn after the defeat of Tannenberg.

The surname of Beliski was of the family which was a sept (family) of the clan of Sreniawa.

The Family Tree name “Beliski” of our ancestors now dates back to 1414 in Lithuania.

Our ancestors also came from Lithuania then to Prussia and then to Poland. then from Germany they arrived in Canada and United States, in the late 19th century

His Name “Bernard” meaning in English. from an Old French name of Germanic (Frankish) origin, derived from ber(n) ‘bear’ + hard ‘hardy, brave, strong’.

His was the name of three famous medieval churchmen:

St Bernard of Menthon ( 923–1008 ), founder of a hospice on each of the Alpine passes named after him;

the monastic reformer St Bernard of Clairvaux ( 1090–1153 );


the scholastic philosopher Bernard of Chartres.

It was adopted by the Normans and introduced by them to England. A native Old English form, Beornheard, was superseded by the Norman form.

“His” Paternal Surnames Names:

His Father was a Beleskey * His Grand father was a Beliski * His Great grand-father was a Bieliski.
His Maternal grand-mother was a Burton * His great-grand mother was a Houghton.

His Maternal Family Surnames Names:
His Mother was a Palmer * His maternal Grand-Mother was a Kent * Chadwick

His Two Century Ancestral Timeline, 1800’s to 2023


The Time was 1820

John Anton Bieliski His 2nd Great Great Grand father

Born 1820 - died 1894 at age 57

1859 - 1927

Valentine Bieliski and Jane Dombrowski

His paternal great-grandfather “Valentine Bieliski” was born 5 February 1859 – 29 April 1916

In 1866 His  maternal great-grandmother “Jane Dombrowski” was born 1866

Details at:

His Maternal Ancestorial Family
1860 was the year His maternal great-grandfather “James Palmer” was born


Bibliography of Valentine Joseph John Bieliski Sr. and Veronica Malikowski

He married Veronica Bielecki - Bielski (born Malikowski ).

Veronica was born in 1838, in Prussia.

Valentine Beleskie "A different spelling because notes were take verbally"
Valentine was listed as being from Poland on His death certificate #033124.

Valentine was married and lived at 86 Toronto Street in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

The cause of death at age 51 was nephrites.

Apparently he suffered from chronic nephrite’s.  A condition in which the tissues in the kidney become inflamed and have problems filtering waste from the blood.

 Nephritis may be caused by infection, inflammatory conditions (such as lupus), certain genetic conditions, and other diseases or conditions.

The Burton's to 1911

    His Maternal great-grandfather “Thomas Burton ” was born 1847 - died 1911

    His Maternal great-grandmother “Ellen Houghton” was born 1855 - died 1924

The Houghton Tree by Bob Houghton

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The Houghton's Genealogy Back to beginning of time "Adam & Eve Houghton"

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Today's Tower might have been built in 1565 by Thomas Hoghton

Bernard's relationship to

1882 The Palmer' Tree

William Palmer and Mary Florence Kent

His Mother's Ancestral Family



1882 Was the year your Maternal grandfather “William Palmer” was born

English: nickname from Middle English Palmer(e) ‘palmer, pilgrim to the Holy Land’ (Anglo-Norman French palmer, Old French pa(l)mer, paum(i)er), so called from the palm branch carried by such pilgrims.

The term was also used to denote an itinerant monk who traveled from shrine to shrine under a vow of poverty.

This surname is also common in Ireland, where it has been recorded from the 13th century onward.

1887 was the year your maternal Grandmother “Mary Kent” was born

The Palmer History

Palmer is one of the names that was brought to England in the wave of migration following the Norman Conquest of 1066.

It is a name for a person who worked as a palmer.

The surname Palmer was originally derived from the Old French word palmer, which was taken from the Latin word palmifer meaning palm bearer.

In this case the original bearer of the surname was a pilgrim who carried palm branches back from the Holy Land. In early History the name Palmer represented a missionary.

Early Origins of the Palmer family

The surname Palmer was first found in “the east of England, especially in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, and Kent.” The Hundredorum Rolls of 1273 include the following: Alice le Palmere in Cambridgeshire; Ralph le Palmere in Yorkshire; and Robert le Palmere in Lincolnshire. Richard le Palmere was listed in Somerset during the reign of Edward III and the Yorkshire Poll Tax Rolls of 1379 list Ricardus Palmer as a mason.

1862 was the year His maternal great-grandmother “Mary Chadwick” was born

Early Origins of the Chadwick family

The surname Chadwick was first found in Staffordshire at Mavesyn Ridware, a small village and civil parish now in the in Lichfield District.
The family claim descendancy from the Cawardens and ultimately the Malvesyns who came with the Conqueror.


1861 was the year that His maternal great-grandfather “Thomas Kent” was born

The name Kent belongs to the early History of Britain, it’s origins lie with the Anglo-Saxons.

It is a product of their having lived in the county of Kent.

The surname Kent belongs to the large category of Anglo-Saxon habitation names.

As a general rule, the greater the distance between individuals and their homelands, the larger the territory they were named after.

For example, people who only moved to another parish would be known by the name of their original village.

While people who migrated to a different country were often known by the name of the region or country from which they came.

Early Origins of the Kent family

The surname Kent was first found in Berkshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times, some say before the Norman Conquest in 1066 A.D. The first record of tHis family was at Thatcham, shown in the Domesday Book as King’s Land, containing a church and two mills. THis is one of Berkshire’s oldest villages.

Kent Name Meaning, Family History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms (

1861 Was the year His Great Great Grand mother, Georgina Maude Dawkins was born

Early Origins of the Dawkins family

The surname Dawkins was first found in Norfolk at Docking, but strong evidence points to another possible origin of the family.

 “In the charter of endowment of Eton College, mention is made of the alien priory of Dokkyng, the monks whereof are supposed by Tanner to have belonged to the Abbey de Ibreio, in Normandy, to which tHis church was formerly appropriated.”

Continuing tHis possible origin, we found Thomas of Docking (fl. 1250), a “Franciscan, is stated in the Royal MS. 3 B. xii. in the British Museum to have been really named ‘Thomas Gude, i.e. Bonus,’ but called ‘Dochyng’ from the place of His birth (Casley, Catalogue of the Manuscripts of the King’s Library, p. 43, London, 1734), evidently the village of Docking in the north of the county of Norfolk.

"The same manuscript describes him as doctor of divinity at Oxford.”

English and Irish: habitational name from the county of Kent.
The surname is also established in Ireland, where English bearers of tHis name settled in Meath, in the 13th century.

The name has been Gaelicized as Ceannt.

English: habitational name from a placename that is very common in central and northern England.
The derivation in most cases is from Old English burh ‘fort’ (see Burke ) + tūn ‘enclosure, settlement’.



1888 to 1966

The Bieliski Beleskey Families of John Joseph "Jack" Beliski

1888 was the year His Paternal Grandfather “John Jack Bieliski” was born.

His Grand Father John Joseph “Jack” Beliski, was born 5 September 1888 – Died 24 February 1966
In Grand Mother Mary Amelia Ruth Burton was born 1894 died 1964

When John Joseph ”Jack” Beliski was born on 5 September 1888, in Germany. “Jack’s”, Valentine Joseph John Bieliski, was 29 and His mother, Jane “Jennie” Dombrowski, was 21.

“Jack” married Mary Amelia Ruth Burton on 14 May 1913, in Ontario, Canada.

They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 1 daughter,

Edwin Joseph Beleskey, Vernon Beleskey, Charles “Chuck” Beleskey and Dorothy Beleskey.

There was an adopted boy, Douglas Beleskey


 *Douglas Keith  Beleskey, born May 22nd 1939 - died of cancer 1997 + Grave Stone

and a still born "Baby Beliski".

*"Chuck" Charles Valentine Beleskey, (37), born December 24, 1920 died 1960 Grave Stone    Wife *Tilda Her given name was Velma

        Their 2 Children

*"Vern" Vernon Derwood Beleskey, born February 17, 1923 - Died at 65, of throat cancer 1988, + Grave Stone
        Married: *Mildred "Mickey " Leona  McKnight (79) 1921 - 2000 Mickey   died of cancer Aug-8-2000 + Grave Stone
            Their 5 children:

Doe" Dorothy (Beleskey) McNeil, Born Feb 13th 1925  Married James "Jim" McNeil, he died 2010 Jim's > Grave Stone
         Living at: 100 Cook Street, Barrie Ontario, L4M 4G6 Phone: (705) 728-3597 
                Their  7 children: 

“Jack” lived in Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada in 1901. Then lived to Barrie, Ontario.

“Jack” died on 24 February 1966, in Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, at the age of 77. “

Jack” was buried in Barrie Union Cemetery, Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, 1966.

Family Tree at:


1894 The year your paternal grandmother “Mary Amelia Burton” was born

The Burton Tree


1916 was the year His father “Edwin Joseph Beleskey” was born 12 April 191

1916 was the year His father “Edwin Joseph Beleskey” was born 12 April 1916.

Edwin married Phyllis May Palmer on 14 May 1940, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

They were the parents of at least 3 sons.


Bernard "Bernie" Edwin Anthony Beleskey,


Barry William Frances Beleskey


Brent Mark Phillip Beleskey.

Edwin died on 21 October 1984, in His hometown of Barrie, Ontario at the age of 68.

*Edwin Joseph Beleskey,

Born April 12, 1916, Died of bowel cancer, October 21, 1984 at 68
Buried in Barrie Union Cemetery Grave Stone

He was buried in Barrie Union Cemetery, Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.



Phyllis May Palmer

1918 was the year your mother “Phyllis May Palmer” was born 15th September 1918 - 15 May 2018

For Phyllis May [Palmer] Beleskey coming soon

*Phyllis May [Palmer] Beleskey

Born Sept. 15th 1918 -  Died May 15th 2018 at 99

Passed away at the Woods Park Care Centre Retirement Centre, Barrie ON,

Thursday May 15th 2018, at 99.

Cremation and Burial by Innisfil Funeral Home

 Phyllis was buried next to Edwin Joseph Beleskey at Barrie Union Cemetry, Canada
Grave Stone


Loving mother of first born Bernard Edwin Anthony aka Bernie Beleskey of Kitchener, ON,

Pre deceased by her Son Barry William Francis Beleskey, (47) 1943 - 1990

Her many Grand and Great Children,

Kevin Blair Beleskey and his three boys, James Durrin Beleskey, Ryan Earendil Beleskey, Adam Elessar Beleskey.

Todd Beleskey, his daughter Allison Rose Beleskey and Tashia Long Beleskey, her daughter Conard Patrick Long


War in Europe Is Over! Spanish Flu Epidemic Infecting Millions
Worldwide Red Baron, a German Flying Ace, Shot Down and Killed over Somme, France

Living Tree

Bernard "Bernie Edwin Anthony Beleskey's Bio

Bernard “Bernie” Edwin Anthony Beleskey was born on 27 November 1941, in Barrie, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada,

My Memories

Note: His father, Edwin Joseph Beleskey, was 25 and His mother, Phyllis May Palmer, was 23.

He lived in Hamilton, by Lake Ontario, in a small cottage.

[Picture coming ]

His birth was just before the bombing of Pearl Harbour, Dec 7th 1941.
Eventful trip, riding in a 49 Ford, to be born in Barrie Ontario, on a very wintry day.

Later years he moved to Brampton Ontario, lived on 31 Mill Street.

Not knowing at that time His future wife, Jane Elizabeth Thompson, born July 8th 1943, also lived on the same Mill Street.

[ pictures here ]

1941 German Jews Required to Wear Yellow Star of David, Japan Attacks Pearl Harbour!
U.S. Enters War Mount Rushmore Sculpture Completed, Honouring Four U.S. Presidents

After the war, Bernie’s family moved to Barrie Ontario, where he was born by cesarean delivery,
    Dr. SWAN, Henry George, M.D. , at Royal Victoria Hospital.

His 2nd home was on the corner of Burton Ave and Essa Rd Barrie Ontario.
Summer time as at Minet’s Point Barrie, ON L4N 4B8 on the shore of Kempenfelt Bay. more to follow

Minet’s Point Beach near Barrie Ontario, Canada





By 1947, He started to attend King Edward Public School, formally located at 19 Burton Ave Barrie Ontario.

During this period He got His first puppy, a Cocker Spanial, called Lady, a

[ picture to follow ]

He started delivering papers for the Toronto Star. Build His route up from 45 customers to over 100.

He purchased His own bike. A red Raleigh Roaster,

    [ picture here ]


Two of His paper route customers where “Blanch and Herb, Daughter Laurena Knoble”.

They where relations of His future wife Jane Elizabeth Thompson.
Jane ended up living with her Aunt during her stay in Barrie ON in 1961 while attending Barrie Central Colligate.
Jane’s parents at that time moved to North Bay. Where Jane’s parents bought a funeral Home on 1001 Cassel Street

picture here

“Year” 1053 Next move to 25 Valley Dr. Barrie, ON off Leticia Street, where he attended Hillcrest public school
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Bernard at the age of 25 married Jane Elizabeth Thompson, 23 on 14 October 1966,
at Church of Christ,
1033 Adelaide Street North, London Ontario, Canada.

They were the proud parents of Kevin Blair Beleskey, born June 6th 1972 at KW Hospital Kitchener Ontario.


1943 the year His wife, Jane Elizabeth Thompson was born July 8th 1943 at The Toronto General Hospital.

War was raging; Soviets Score Major Victory and Retake Stalingrad
Wartime Spending Increases Number of Jobs, eases Worldwide Depression.
Mussolini Removed from Power in Italy.

More Timeline:

1950 in the 50s. Bernard attended. Saint Joseph High School in Barrie ON.

Pictures here

1954 Events: Hurricane Hazel – Oct 18, 1954

Sept 1961, Fall final football game, that is where Bernie meet Jane. He was intruded by Patsy Hoare. a long time friend, Patsy lived upstairs at the same home, where Bernie lived, on the corner of Burton Ave & Essa Rd.

He registered in Toronto for the military service in 1962. First went to Centralia, to be in the Air Force.

He was medically discharged, failed his hearing test.

He then signed up for Basic training in St Jean Quebec,

In 1963, at the age of 22, his occupation is listed as began working at Household Finance in Simcoe, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada.

He, age of 25 married Jane Elizabeth Thompson, 23 on 14 October 1966, at

The Church of Christ, 1033 Adelaide Street North, London Ontario, Canada.













My Love of Life!

    The Art of Marriage

Happiness in marriage is not something that just happens.
A good marriage must be created. In marriage the little things are the big things.

  • It is never being too old to hold hands.

  • It is remembering to say “I love you” at least once a day.

  • It is never going to sleep angry.

  • It is at no time taking the other for granted; the courtship should not end with the honeymoon, it should continue through the years.

  • It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives.

  • It is standing together facing the world. It is forming a circle of love that gathers the whole family.

  • It is doing things for each other, not in the attitude of duty or sacrifice, but in the spirit of joy.

  • It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.

  • It is not looking for perfection in each other.

  • It is cultivating flexibility, patience, understanding and a sense of humour.

  • It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.

  • It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow old.

  • It is a common search for the good and the beautiful.

  • It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal, dependence is mutual and the obligation is reciprocal.

  • It is not only marrying the right partner; it is being the right partner.

Love Bernie

1972 His first born and only Son was Kevin Blair Beleskey, June 6th 1972.
Kevin lived in Waterloo, Ontario Canada with His parents at 181 Herbert Street.

picture of house to follow

    Kevin Blair Beleskey
    June 6th 1972


Kevin’s Bio:
When Kevin Blair Beleskey was born on 6 June 1972, in Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Kevin’s father, Bernard “Bernie” Edwin Anthony Beleskey, was 30
His His mother, Jane Elizabeth Thompson, was 28.
Kevin married Cathrine Edith “Cat” Topps on 20 August 1994, in North Bay, Nipissing, Ontario, Canada.

They were the proud parents of 3 sons.
James Durin Beleskey
Ryan Earendil Beleskey
Adam Elessar Beleskey


Timeline To Continue on line






His Timeline

1941 His Birth on 27 November 1941 Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

1943 Birth of Sibling • Age 1 Barry William Francis Beleskey, Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

Historical Event • At age 7
Canada became a founding member of NATO.
Newfoundland, until then was a British dominion, became a province of Canada.

1949 Residence • Age 7 1949 Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

1951 Birth of Sibling • Age 9 Brent Mark Phillip Beleskey

Brent was born 17 July 1951 Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

1957 Historical Event • Age 15 The Sputnik Satellite was launched by the Soviet Union.

1962 Historical Event • Age 20 Canada - Saskatchewan Medicare set a prototype for all provinces.

1962 Military Service • Age 20 Joined the Air Force 1st stationed in Centralia Ontario.
Later in 1962 he was stationed in 1962 Saint-Jean, Le Haut-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada. Service #96305.

1963 Occupation • Age 21 Began working at Household Finance 1963 Simcoe, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada
1966 Marriage • Age 24 Jane Elizabeth Thompson 14 October 1966 London, Ontario, Canada

1972 Birth of Child • Age 30 Kevin Blair Beleskey 6 June 1972 Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

His resume “Now being updated”

I have a happily marriage and I try to do the best I can hardworking individual, currently operating. A retirement business?

Webhosting, Family Tree and Genome Research.

Previously a Broker in the Real Estate Industry.

I was the sole owner of Springdale Realty Incorporated, I also operated a company which buys and sells real estate mortgages, namely B Beleski Holdings Limited. Which has three divisions, Apex Financial Services, which deals in time and money management. Independent energy systems of Canada, which deals with solar products. And finally, Rusty Dale kennels. Which handles the breeding of nor folk terriers.

In the past few years I have developed a great deal of experience in marketing and advertising. Which the use of visual and other visual aids? Through the use of slide and sound presentations I was able to show His clients product and. Properly in the matter that makes it both to markable. Part of His current endeavours, His credit and financial consulting experience, began with Household Finance Corporation in April of 1961.

    in 1966
I became branch manager of Household Finance. At that time. I was dating His current wife, Jane.
In 1967,
I moved to Toronto. Ontario and work with Seaboard Finance Company, later was bought out by AVCO Financial Services.

I remained with them for 41/2 years.
During tHis time I earned several awards, one being the name of their company’s Magazine. The money tree.

In 1971, to further His credit experience, I joined the Royal Bank of Canada as senior loans officer at Kings and Young Street in downtown Toronto. During tHis stay I developed a very good base of commercial contacts and understanding of the commercial market.

In May of 1972, I was offered a share interest in an existing collection agency. Apex Collection agency limited. Owned at that time by Donald Richard Potter. If I wanted to eventually work on His own I had to avail Hisself of tHis opportunity.
Within two years I was sole owner and operator of tHis business. During tHis time I was introduced to "Auto Word Processing" by Olivetti. Into His business. And I was able to generate from one branch five staff business, larger profit.

By 1977. I read was ready to stop commuting daily from Kitchener to Toronto., and thus. pulled out His right side with their counts to unlock all credit corporation. An one year salary consulting agreement after the contract was completed. I started with Kitchener Credit Bureau. Handling primary commercial accounts.
After many years in the credit field, I decided it was time to broaden His experience.

But I have always had an interest in housing. I felt a Real Estate career would be what would be needed. With His background in. Credit feel I felt that tHis knowledge would be an asset to His clients and dealing with financial side of real state transactions.
His timing, was right for a move, His only son Kevin had just started school. And His wife. I just started. Return to teaching full time at the Waterloo Board of Education.

I completed the three-part sales agents course. In two months. Runner up before the license came from the province, I had completed and passed. His first brokers course. Enter printer ship. His initial experience Real-estate started with. CR Watson Realty in 1978 by remain there for one year and then moved to be East Coast Guard Limited. Later bought out by Canada Trust. On Canada Day in 1990.

I joined Century 21, Bill Koons Realty during. His stay with century 21, I took many courses. Make several commercial contracts, tHis enabled me to become an independent licensed bonded real estate broker by April the 10th. 1981 at tHis time I felt. I was once more ready to go on His own. I established His own company Springdale Realty Incorporated.

During the past five years I’ve been. Then come more patient, more experienced, more knowledgeable about His field.
And show more flexibility in greeting and retaining new friends and clients. The use of skills at areas around time management, organization, marketing, and public relations. As well as a good old fashioned willingness to work hard and become part of the parcel His daily life.

To ensure. On the future stress overload, adult get better of me. I endeavoured to relax in a wide range of activities. With His wife and son. I participated in swimming, tennis. Hiking. Basically camping walking activities in summary I personally believe.

That in order to. Successful at any job. I first. Enjoy. What you are doing variety of experience. Have developed me into a self motivating Person. I enjoy His work I feel. That His credit background and fils experience would contribute much to your company.


Authoured by Bernard "Bernie" Edwin Anthony Beleskey

Last updated April 01, 2023

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