Quiet Hero / Cichy Bohater
Emmy-winning Journalist Rita Cosby uncovers her father’s harrowing story as a WWII Resistance Fighter and Prisoner Of War. After a daring escape, he and his comrades were saved by American forces. An emotional story of a daughter finally discovering her own father.
Rita Cosby, author of "Quiet Hero"
Rita Cosby (born November 18, 1964, Brooklyn, New York) is a television news anchor and correspondent, radio host, and best selling author. She is currently a Special Correspondent for the CBS syndicated program Inside Edition, specializing in interviewing newsmakers and political figures. Cosby has received three Emmy Awards, the Jack Anderson Award for investigative excellence, the Matrix Award, the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, and the Lech Walesa Freedom Award. October 11, 2010, was declared "Rita Cosby Day" in the State of New York for her “extraordinary journalism and exemplary service on behalf of her community.”
ABOVE: Best selling author, Rita Cosby, signing a copy of "Quiet Hero: Secrets From My Father’s Past" for Grand Marshal Stanley Pulaski at the 2011 Pulaski Parade in Cheektowaga, N.Y.
BELOW: It was hard not to get teary-eyed at the presentation Rita Cosby gave to delegates of the American Council for Polish Culture on July 16, 2010 in Cleveland, Ohio.
ABOVE: Rita Cosby, author of "Quiet Hero" was one of the honored guests at the Rededication of the Restored Monument of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in the Polish Cultural Garden of the Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation (From left to right: Ben S.Stefanski II, Ewa Junczyk-Ziomecka, Rita Cosby, Fr. Koń)
Quiet Hero: Secrets From My Father’s Past
"Cichy Bohater" by Rita Cosby
Etude in C major op 2 no 5 - composed by Marcin Brzozowski for " Quiet Hero "