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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Melinda Henry started a gym in Jacksonville's Brentwood neighborhood.

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Winfield Strock spent 23 years aboard submarines.

Kurt Dunkle was one of Jacksonville's top lawyers, until he realized that he was meant to do something else.

He enrolled in a New York seminary, he became an Episcopal priest, but always a negotiator.

You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax.

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Mark Refosco grew a custom home building business only to watch it nearly go under during the housing crash. 

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Diane Longo always wanted to be a social worker.

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Nolen Fisher graduated from The University of North Florida with a degree in marketing just as the recession started.

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A man in Jacksonville shares the same name as a famous person.

This week on Closing the Loop, ten years ago Ed Lundy was told his days were numbered.

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When Daryl English left the U.S. Navy, his transition counselor told him that his training would be pretty useless in civilian life and to just get a regular job.

Today, Daryl is working on his Ph.D. 

You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax.

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Michael Lovell came to the U.S. from Barbados to study chemistry and pharmacology.

Today he's a researcher and bio-tech entrepreneur with global connections, who lives a few hundred yards from the St. Johns River.

You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax.

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David Steinmeyer enlisted in the National Guard after high school.

He got married, became an electrician, a father, and a grandfather, and then he re-enlisted in the National Guard.

The following year his unit was told it would be deployed to Iraq. 

You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax.

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Ed Wolanski was an auto technician raising a family and working long hours. Today Ed and his wife run a children's center in St. Nicholas Park, a lifestyle more in tune with his spiritual life.

  

     

Kevin Geddings was convicted of fraud and served three years in federal prison while he appealed. He was exonerated and told, "You can go now, sorry for the inconvenience."

As he's put his life back together, some of the things he treasures most may surprise you.

You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax.

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For years, Dolly Penland wrote an award-winning advice column for business owners, and learned that success depends, as much as anything, on the employees a business hires.

After the column ended, Dolly got the opportunity to influence that decision.

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Jim Woodey recently retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

His specialty is creating order out of chaos, writing manuals on how to respond to things like hurricanes, which is why the corps won't let him completely retire. 

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