Grad student pens day-by-day journal of duty in Iraq

Jenna Staul

Joan Krop stood bell in hand yesterday at the Ravenna Giant Eagle. Kropp has volunteered with the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign for more than five years. Photo courtesy of Tyrel Linkhorn

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Graduate finance student Matthew Wojtecki will sign copies of his recently released book “Every Other Four: The Journal of Cpl. Matthew D. Wojtecki, Weapons Company 3rd Battalion 25th Marines, Mobile Assault Team Eight” from 1-3 p.m. on Dec. 15 at the Fairlawn Barnes and Noble.

Wojtecki penned the book about his time serving in Iraq.

“I was called to Iraq during my senior year at Kent,” Wojtecki said. “It’s 388 pages of about my time over there.”

The book, published by Author House, is a day-by-day journal accounting his experience in the hostile Al-An bar province of Iraq.

The Fairlawn Barnes and Noble is located at 4015 Medina Road.

Jenna Staul