March 2011 News and Views Posts (2)

Bill's Bio

Hi Folks. I’m a fourth generation Floridian – my great grandmother came to Miami back around WWII from West Virginia and my grandmother and mom lived for a short stint in military housing on Key Biscayne back during the war. I was born and grew up in the South Miami area. My family moved to one of those cold weather states when I was young but my mom wouldn’t stand for it long and we returned back to south Florida around 1980. I presently live in Hobe Sound with my wife Deb and our two…


Added by Bill Miller on March 28, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Ray's Bio

Ray is a fifth generation Floridian whose family came to Florida from the Carolinas shortly after the Civil War.  Born in Leesburg in 1953, Ray grew up in the small town of Vero Beach when there were still small towns on the east coast of Florida.  He has lived in the Tallahassee area since moving there in 1971 to attend FSU, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Sociology.  Currently he resides in the small town of Havana, technically in Florida, but referred to by locals as…


Added by Ray Scott on March 28, 2011 at 11:24am — No Comments

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