WWII hero to hold book signing | TheUnion.com

WWII hero to hold book signing

USS Arizona and WWII survivor retired Lt. Cmdr. Louis A. Conter, holds a copy of his book that details his life as an unsung American Hero. Conter will be signing books this Saturday at Paulette’s in Grass Valley.
Photo: Elias Funez

Ret. Lt. Cmdr. Louis A. Conter will be holding a book signing for the recent book published about him, “The Lou Conter Story”, at the site of Paulette’s Country Kitchen 875 Sutton Way in Grass Valley on Saturday, Feb. 20, from noon to 2 p.m.

Due to Covid safety guidelines Conter will not be available to pose for photos with people, but you may take a photo while signatures are being made.

While waiting in line folks will be required to stay 6 feet apart.

“The Lou Conter Story”, by Louis A. Conter, Annette C. Hull, and Warren R. Hull, was published earlier this year and is available for purchase through Amazon.com or Barnes and Nobles bookstores.

A limited amount of books will be available for purchase at the event.

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