Chad Robert Parker, who just published his novel about Sterling R. Harris and his monumental influence in bringing New Town and Old Town Tooele into one cohesive community, will be the guest presenter during the Sons of Utah Pioneers’ monthly dinner and business meeting on Thursday. It will be held at the TATC Center at 80 S. Tooele Blvd. Potluck dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by Parker’s presentation. Parker lived in six states growing up, and is the second of six boys. Each served two-year missions. He is the son of two great, humble parents. They taught him a love for family, church, and life. Chad is an avid sports fan and likes creating games. He also likes juggling; he chose to juggle publishing his first book with getting married and starting a new venture hosting anecdoting.com: a site to share and collect good everyday life stories. Chad works in the library by day at BYU and dabbles in marketing and creative writing services at writcreate.com by night. He lives in beautiful Saratoga Springs, Utah, with his lovely wife. They are enjoying the life of newlyweds and feel like this is just how life was meant to be. He is anxious to meet the real people of Tooele whom his book is all about.