Smith: Book tour best way to get Henry Trione memoir

  • 6/2/2014:A1: Henry Trione, shown at his Santa Rosa home, seasons his memoir with recollections of many major figures of post-war Sonoma County.

    PC: Henry Trione at his home in Santa Rosa (Oakmont) Friday May 30, 2014. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat) 2014

The autobiography of Henry Trione is selling well. Big surprise there.

At 94, Trione, the father of Annadel State Park and Empire College and this region's leading businessman/philanthropist, is enjoying his new role as author.

He's launched something of a book tour. He and helpful friends Gaye LeBaron and Dr. John Reed will be at Corrick's from 4 to about 6 p.m. on Friday.

They'll have plenty copies of "Footprints of the Baker Boy." The trio will appear with the book also from 5 to 6 p.m. Aug. 5 at Copperfield's in Montgomery Village.

"Footprints of the Baker Boy" is on sale at Corrick's and the bookstore, and in the gift shops at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and the Sonoma County Museum. Trione is donating all sales proceeds to the Memorial Hospital Foundation.

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