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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Latoya Degraffread ran with a bad crowd, and she was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Today, she's not only put her life back together, she's in management, and she's only 27-years-old.

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Marigrace Doran contracted HIV from a rape more than 30 years ago. She's beat the odds against the disease, in part by her attitude, and now she's becoming a lay chaplain.

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A lot of people who bring broken cell phones to Ryan Westover's store leave within minutes, their cell phones back in service, for free. 

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Willie Freeman came to Jacksonville more than 30 years ago from a small town, a young man wild in the streets.

Today, he's a pastor and a security guard in a downtown parking garage, where he starts people's days with a smile and a wave.  
 

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Jim Bacon built a contracting business from a paper route, lost it all, started over again in Northeast Florida, and he wouldn't change a thing.

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Bob Dahlstom has survived the ups and downs of internet business for 15 years. When he sells his software company, he plans to help a group of people on the other side of the world survive.

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25 years ago, Freddie Arguilla's mom gave him $500 and a plane ticket to the United States. Today, Freddie owns and runs senior living facilities, and he has big plans for the future. 

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Beth Church has seen her interests lead to career paths she hadn't considered, such as dance leading to business management by way of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Frank Green has dedicated his life to the craft of fiction. He’s a teacher and a coach and he’s still learning the craft himself.

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Ernie Boyett has painted the airplanes and now is writing the memoirs  of World War II pilots he interviewed. But Ernie has had 3 heart attacks and is racing against a ticking clock to finish his work.

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Marlo Zarka learned how to grow plants, and her career took her through nonprofits and government work. Now, as a professional coach, she grows people... and finds that it’s a lot like growing plants.

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Since coming to Northeast Florida from England, Vanessa Cunningham has worked in her father’s pub, in health care, in real estate development and she thinks the best is yet to come.

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Mike Stowers started a food provisioning business out of his house in Riverside. 18 years later, the business is well known to the area’s top chefs, but Mike’s goal is to keep it small enough that he knows his clients personally.

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Harrison Minchew is a landscape architect who specializes in golf course design. Not as many  golf courses are being built now as in previous years, but residential landscape is as important as ever.

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Sally Lloyd was in the horse business - boarding horses and training horses and riders. Then she built a castle on her farm. Now Sally is in the fairytale wedding business.

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