Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
Hi! This is Phani Krishna Meenavalli Son of Meenavalli Venkata Satya Manga Raju. He was born was 17th Nov 1960. He is very caring and very helpful to everyone. I like my dad very much. He is so outspoken. He is very sincere and dedicated to work and he helps to those who are in need. As a human being, there are many impacts of my father on me. I am really very lucky to have my dad. My father is a businessman. He owns his business. He does share marketing. He has an office which has many people working under him for his business. He wakes up early in the morning and go for bath and goes to gym and after coming home back from gym he will have his breakfast.
My mother makes special breakfast each and every day. His breakfast comprises of many tiffins such as poori, chapathi, idli, dosa, upma and ravva upma. He likes dosa very much. We are two children to my parents me and my sister. My Dad likes my sister so much. He goes to office at 9 am in the morning every day. He then gets busy with his work all his work deals with stock exchange and stock markets. This would be a very stressful business when the market goes down. But then also, my father does not panic with that. He is a cool gentleman. He always smiles and answers to the people very nicely. Everyone admires my father and he is a role model to all. Many of them takes my father as their inspiration. I would like to share the good thing which my father has done to the dying destitute.
One day when my father and I are travelling to another place from my home. On the middle of our way, we saw an old man who was in need and about to die. My dad picked him up and gave him water to drink and he lifted the old man up and took him into the car to the hospital. He admitted the old man in the hospital and help him almost to the end. He also called their family and told that about the condition of the old man. He also brought medicines and took care of him. I am really very lucky to have such a person as my father. My dad thought me all the best lessons.
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