The History of the "United Romanian Society" Istoria Societatii "Unirea Romanilor" , 209 pages, 1995, is © copyright 1997 by the authors, Eugene S. Raica
and Alexandru T. Nemoianu.
This section, "About the Authors and Photographer", is published with the written permission of Eugene S. Raica
Mr. Raica graduated from Wayne State University at Detriot, Michigan in 1972 receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Distinction, with a major in Economics and a minor in History.
was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chi Rho and Golden Key National Honor Societies
After two years of active duty in thge U.S. Army he earned a master of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Wayne State University.
Currently he is employed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs.
A member of many professional and civic organizations, he has held numerous offices in Romanian cultural organizations and has been president of the United Romanian Society since 1988.
He is also a contributing writer to the America newspaper and the Information Bulletin of the Heritage Center.
George PASLARU was born in Jevreni, Moldava, Romania on 22 July 1925 and after completion of his
secondary education he
was selected to attend aviation training in Germany.
In 1950 he emigrated to the United and served in the U.S. Army for three years.
After discharge he established residence in Detroit Michigan where he was employed by the General Motors Corporation for fourteen years and then as Chief Photographer by the Chrysler Corporation for eleven years.
Currently a Chrysler Corporation contract employee, he has also been a free lance photographer for over three decades, having his photographs printed regularly in the Romanian Communion, America and Credinta Newspapers and Calendars.