L. J. Capobianco
L. J. Capobianco is a retired pastor. He previously held positions as an apprentice funeral director, Assistant Director for Cerebral Palsy Association, pre-school teacher to minority children, ski tour guide, and is a U.S. military veteran.
In his mid-thirties he felt the call to enter the ministry and earned degrees from Temple University and Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary. He has served as an ordained church pastor for over 30 years.
L. J. Capobianco's primary motivation for writing this book is to offer help and comfort to those who who’ve lost loved ones. He is especially empathetic to end of life issues – not only because of his dedicated ministry, but also because of his personal life experience where he and his wife lost eleven of their closest family members during one traumatic five year period.
L. J. Capobianco currently lives in Wisconsin with his wife of 35 years and volunteers as chaplain for the county sheriff’s office. For relaxation, he enjoys tennis, skiing, motorcycles, and the piano.