My Life as the Mueller Report
By Jim Coogan
Jim Coogan was born in XXXXXXXXXXXX. He attended elementary school and high school in XXXXXXXXXXXX where he achieved XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Graduating from XXXXXXXXXXX college in XXXXX, he XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. In 1968 he XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX and later XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. He was a dedicated XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. During the Nixon presidency he XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX and for that he was XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Joining the staff at XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX in XXXX, Coogan rose quickly to become XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Some said that his rapid rise was due to XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. He always denied that, preferring to cite XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX as the reason for his XXXXXXXXXXX. His marriage to XXXXXXXXXXX in XXXX produced three children. Their home in XXXXXXXX was the scene of a number of legendary XXXXXXXXXXXXXX.
Always a person who would XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, Coogan became well known as an XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. He always said that XXXXXXXX was the high point of his life. Following retirement from XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX after XXXX years, he teamed up with XXXXXXXXXX to form XXXXXXXXXXXXX. That endeavor brought him many XXXXXXXXXXX and saw him named as one of Cape Cod’s most XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. A humble man, Coogan always attributed what he’d become to XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. In 2003, at the age of XXXXX, he began to travel the world, visiting places like XXXXXXXXXXXXX, XXXXXXXXXXXX, and XXXXXXXXXXXX. Coogan always referred to his travels as XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Few could argue with that. Now in his twilight years, he is usually found XXXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXX. When asked about this, he says, “XXXXXXXXXXXX and XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the reason I get up in the morning.” At XXXX years of age, it’s clear that Coogan views his life as XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. “I’ve been very XXXXXXXXXXXX,” he noted recently while standing near his XXXXXX. “No one could have ever XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.”