Gone In An Instant, Keeping Your Most Vital Documents Safe
Doctor Prepper interviews Mary Rowbury, Author of Grab ‘n’ Go Essential Document Organizer, and they discuss how fires, weather, and geological incidents can become life-threatening in minutes. A tornado can happen in an instant and destroy virtually all property in its path!
Mary explains how your important documents can be ready to go in a flash.
With 25 years of experience as an insurance professional, and is an insurance claim/adjuster manager for her insurance firm. The knowledge she has gained in helping others resolve, in some manner, their losses has helped Mary provide the forms that make it easy to create your own emergency binder, filled with all the essential records you need––disaster or not. Your family information, important contacts, financial documents, passports, medical records, and much more are critical to your peace of mind. Mary has experienced fires in her own community, and those experiences gave impetus to her creation of her Organizer.
Gain your own peace of mind by knowing that this personal and family information binder will be at your fingertips when you need it most. The Organizer is available in both a print version (which includes a deluxe binder with plastic inserts for your documents) and a PDF download version for those who want an online presence for their information.
Don’t be further victimized by a disaster because you don’t have all your records available for filing claims for damages or loss, showing proof of ownership, having access to your vital information wherever it’s located, and dealing more effectively with the aftereffects of any situation involving loss of life, property, or personal belongings.
Complete your own emergency binder with essential records like:
- important contacts
- family information
- financial documents
- medical records
- household inventory
- food storage
If you own it—record it and keep track of it!
James Talmage Stevens, Author
James Talmage Stevens (aka Doctor Prepper™) began his career in the preparedness industry from the days of his youth. His family lived with his Grandparents immediately following the end of WWII. He learned the basics on the Pace farm in rural Guilford County (NC). Farm chores and gardening were standard fare––plowing the back 40 behind a stubborn mule was substandard! In 1974, upon finishing graduate school with 4 young children and no prospects for a job due to economic conditions during a national economic slump, James reverted to his past experiences on the farm and chronicled in his notebook, along with some hand-me-down recipes from his mother and grandmother. Noting there were no viable books that dealt with all the basics, i.e.: a broad range of food products, he began to utilize his analytical skills, organizing handwritten notes, recipes, and food lore into one volume of information. He spent his spare time while job-hunting, and Making the Best of Basics was created. Before going to press, the subtitle Family Preparedness Handbook was added to distinguish Basics… from the emergency preparedness genre of the existing Civil Defense and governmental agency information.