Author Info: David H. Falloure
About: David Falloure is a native Houstonian and writer of Texas history and lore. Among the subjects covered are the experiences of local Korean War veterans, the last gunfight at the Rice Hotel, the capture of Mexican couriers before San Jacinto, ghostly legends in Bellaire, the legacy of Henry Beachell, Galveston after the storm and more. His most recent work is Sheer Will: The Story of the Port of Houston and the Houston Ship Channel.
An award-winning marketing executive, Falloure also blends history and branding though regular online features he writes for Brands in History, which will soon be released in book form. These are branding analyses on historical events and figures to uncover reasons for their successes and why they remain in our collective memories. Mr. Falloure is a husband and father of three sons.