Segment 2 - An interview with Bill Sherrill, a 90-year old World War II veteran who never went to high school and by chance, got into the University of Houston. He went on to Harvard Business School and later became one of the Houston area's top developers. He was also president of a Houston bank, the CEO of a New York-based Fortune 500 company and started numerous business ventures. Sherrill has returned to the University to Houston as founder of the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship and he just finished his memoir called, "It Makes Me Wonder."
City View - World War II veteran turned businessman
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