J.W. Bryan was born in 1927 and spent five years in the Marines, from 1945 – 1951. He worked at International Paper Company for 31 years as paper machine worker, and later in quality control. He is a Lifetime member of the John Birch Society, having joined in 1961. After retirement from International Paper, he and his wife Polly worked several years as house parents in children’s homes, both in Virginia and Mississippi, 1991 – 2008. They now reside in the country out of West Monroe, La. where he produces peaches, watermelons and vegetables. He has spent his life fighting to keep our Constitutional Republic.