Fernando Branquinho profile bio

Fernando Branquinho profile bio

Insurance might seem like a mundane subject for some people, but to Fernando Branquinho, it represents a passion that extends far beyond marketing products. Branquinho recently joined the Meridian Insurance team and has 14 years of experience in the profession. “This is a meaningful career because we provide peace of mind for people through the different stage of their lives. It is comforting...

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Mel Rutherford, “Mr. Real Estate” bio

In an ever-changing profession where some agents move on to other careers, Mel Rutherford is a mainstay in the real estate industry. Since the Kentucky native and longtime Miamisburg resident gained his license in 1970, he has thrived through two recessions, multiple market highs and lows, and changing trends like the prominence of technology and online marketing. Mel’s nickname, “Mr. Real...

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Elizabeth Diamond Company carves niche as a jeweler that cultivates long-term relationships with customers

Elizabeth Diamond Company carves niche as a jeweler that cultivates long-term relationships with customers

Centerville – Jewelry is rooted in sentiment. From rings and bracelets to earrings and necklaces, there is likely a heartfelt reason why a person wears a particular piece. Engagement rings and wedding rings reflect that feeling since they symbolize love and a lifelong commitment. Family heirlooms are among the other kinds of beloved keepsakes that illustrate that jewelry is often as much...

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A passion for helping people find their career ambitions inspires female-owned Omnicom Solutions Group

Dayton – Amy Matney is fueled with a passion to help others find their passion. The veteran career and workforce development specialist spearheads an innovative Career Readiness Workshop for individuals who receive food assistance. The four-day program helps participants, identify their strengths and talents, and encourages participants to seem employment. The workshop is one of the services...

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A tribute to Xenia’s Robert “Shorty” Geyer, the shortest fighter pilot in World War II

A tribute to Xenia’s Robert “Shorty” Geyer, the shortest fighter pilot in World War II

Note: Earlier in my career, I was a features writer at the Skywrighter, which is the newspaper of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. I was privileged to write an array of personality profiles on veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Here is one of the my favorite stories, which is appropriate on Independence Day and every day. Mr. Geyer died at the age of 91 in 2014, the same year my...

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