Warren Miller

Special Contributor

Warren Miller is a writer and financial executive who lives near St. Augustine, Florida.

As a journalist, Warren received writing awards from the Florida Magazine Association for regular columns and freelance features. He has been the editor of  business and lifestyle magazines, most recently of Water’s Edge magazine, a regional lifestyle magazine published in Jacksonville by The Florida Time-Union from 1998 until 2009.

Warren has been a regular contributor to National Public Radio affiliates, including WJCT-FM in Jacksonville and WMFE-FM in Orlando, for almost 20 years. 

Warren earned degrees from Boston University in humanities and from the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business in management and finance.

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J.R. Burkes has done a little of everything in construction. Originally from Palatka, J.R. has done the ground work of development all his life.

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Shira Schwam-Baird, a French teacher at the University of North Florida, thinks we should see more of our planet, and speak a little of a language other than English.

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When Adam Dew was a kid, he had the same ideas of what he would do when he grew up that other kids had: pilot, astronaut. 

But Adam’s father was a Marine, and Adam had heard about the Corps his entire life. 

“The Marine recruiter was different. I got the feeling that they expected more from me than the other services did,” said Dew.

Adam Dew enlisted in the Marine Corps before his senior year of high school, and was on a waiting list until graduation. He graduated on June 1, and flew out of Jacksonville to basic training five days later.

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Dan Shafer’s life changed during a single week five years ago. At the beginning of the week, he was a motivated and successful salesman for a well-known truck manufacturer. On Wednesday, he was given an award in California for being one of the company’s top five salesmen.

On Friday, all five of the top salesmen – including Dan – were told that their services were no longer required.

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A few years ago, Michelle Gilliam and the man who’s now her husband lived and worked near New York City, Michelle in media and her then-boyfriend for a shipping company. Her boyfriend was transferred to Jacksonville, and Michelle was in love. She came with him to Jacksonville and they married.

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Ebony Davis, who was born and raised in Daytona Beach, was a social worker with a rising career. But when Ebony, who had had drug problems as a teenager and was in a recovery program, started to neglect her recovery, she fell fast. She acquired a new addiction – to pain killers – embezzled money from her employer, was caught, charged and convicted.  

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Sherry Lyford was a stockbroker, and a lifelong cook who made dips and rubs that she gave away as Christmas presents to her clients.

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Born in La Paz, Bolivia, and educated in Kentucky, Ciro Camacho built a computer business with his wife, Rita.

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Jeff Campbell got his pilot’s license as a teenager in Arizona.

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Susan Frahm grew up in rural southwestern Minnesota, in the only county in the state without a lake.

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Dave Kyler was trained as an engineer and urban planner. When he came to the Georgia coastal islands to work for a planning organization, he found a home that he's never left.

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John Snyder was born in New York City to baseball-loving family, John Snyder was better at being a parish priest than he was at playing baseball.

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Mary Jennings migrated to Florida from New York City with her parents and seven siblings.

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Rob Lawrence loves commercial real estate.

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Roseann Egidio is an artist who worked at New York City ad agencies and paints in watercolors.

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