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The Fractured Life of 3743

ISBN: 9781592984329
Binding: Paperback
Author: Rob Cabitto
Pages: 248
Published: 9/1/2010

The Life of 3743 is a journey beginning with tragedy addiction and culminating in redemption born out of desperation.

Rob Cabitto's story of his fractured life being redeemed is a powerful and cautionary tale of how a life can go horribly wrong. When Rob was five he was put up for adoption because of the severe addictions of his parents. As is often the case these early hardships helped to make the man who he is today. Rob tells what it was like to live untethered to any spiritual tribal or social belief system-and the consequences associated with an amoral lifestyle. He describes exactly what it was like to be homeless penniless and jobless with nowhere to go but down. However what he believed to be his bottom was only a temporary stopping point. He had yet to fall further and for many years lived in the abyss of a life without meaning or direction.


Rob Cabitto is Founder and CEO of Nine Mile Communications Inc. which provides installation services for data and telecommunication equipment covering North America. He has captivated audiences for over 10 years with his inspirational story of perseverance and resilience. His harrowing and dramatic story of overcoming his once-fractured life and transcending it into hope and inspiration is for all of us. Rob is a Native American Indian from the Karuk Tribe and 3743 his tribal roll number identifies his Native blood and heritage. He is an active advisory board member for the Salvation Army in Minneapolis Minnesota. In addition Rob volunteers at several Chemical Dependency Institutions around the country. He received his B.S. in Business Marketing from the University of Phoenix and an M.B.A. from the New York Institute of Technology. Rob also holds many specialty certificates in Data Networking Data Storage Telecommunications and Network Design. Rob is a proud and active father to his son Colin.