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Notable Neighbors
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October 16, 2021


Notable Neighbors
A Multifaceted Career Has Served Her Well
Englewood’s Sandra Adkins-Pertz is an active woman, having at one time or another been busily involved in six different professions, ranging from nightclub waitress to company CEO...

Friday, October 15, 2021

Notable Neighbors
He’s A Norman Rockwell Fan
When Englewood resident Ray Hazel talks or writes about matters historical (and sometimes hysterical), he likes to invoke the name of Norman Rockwell, America’s most prolific illustrator and painter, known most famously for his cover illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post and Boys’ Life. Rockwell was able to romanticize moments of everyday life in hometown America in a way that struck a chord with viewers—a chord they could play ever afterward in their minds. And Ray recognizes many “Norman Rockwell moments” he experienced in the process of growing up.

Friday, October 1, 2021

Notable Neighbors
She’s A Nifty Nonagenarian
Even in our high-tech society, with healthcare advances occurring every year, it takes a lot of luck and a certain amount of grit to survive to the age of 90– and at age 97, Rosemary Hagen has had her share of both. In fact, she almost didn’t reach her tenth birthday, having at age nine nearly perished in a vicious rainstorm that caught up the small rowboat she and her 18-year-old brother Edward (who should have known better) were using to cross Minnesota’s Lake Vermilion at night. But they were rescued, and Rosemary has lived on to tell the tale...

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Notable Neighbors
He Flies High, Dives Deep
For Englewood’s Don Musilli, those words constitute a perfect analogy for both his life as a business entrepreneur and his leisure activities. In each case he has been willing to take risks to achieve his goals–risks that maybe most people would shy away from. But he says, “If you fail to aim, you aim to fail.” And it has not been in Don’s DNA to fail.

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Notable Neighbors
The Man Who Took A $50,000 Walk
Mike Schyck is not exactly an unknown around these parts. For one thing, he’s lived here most of the time since moving to Englewood with his family 40 years ago. For another, he was the star of Lemon Bay High School’s nationally ranked wrestling team in the late 1980s and went on to become a two-time All-American wrestler at Ohio State University...

Friday, August 20, 2021

Notable Neighbors
He went from wine to water
Englewood’s Kenn Visser pretty much by accident found himself in the businesses of growing fine wines and making pure water. But in doing so, he has done a great service to a great many people...

Friday, August 6, 2021

Nola's Notes
SHS Virtual Dog TrainingDoes this sound like you with your dog?
“I wish my dog would stop jumping on people; stop being mouthy or nippy; not pull on the leash; not be a ‘trash hound’; come when I call; listen to me; and understand basic commands”.

Friday, August 6, 2021

Notable Neighbors
Living The American Dream
In his book, The Epic of America, published in 1931 during the Great Depression, James Truslow Adams introduced the concept of the American Dream: “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.” In short, we don’t have to be born with a silver spoon in our mouth. We can all achieve our dreams if we just work hard and stay out of trouble.
In an even more sanguine Hollywood version of the American Dream, a nice guy in a small town marries his high school sweetheart, they raise a family—let’s say, two boys and a girl—he makes his fortune, and they live happily ever after. Meet Bill Stiver, and you can have it either way.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Notable Neighbors

The Lady Behind The Signs Of Our Times

If you were to stand at a busy intersection in Englewood, waving a large sign in your hands, you’d expect at least some people to notice you. And Jean Ranallo can tell you it works.


Thursday, July 30, 2020

Notable Neighbors
Portrait Of An Artist As A Young Man
Bill Farnsworth has to be one of the most visibly notable persons in our neighborhood. Look no further than the Hughes Gallery in Boca Grande or the Dabbert Gallery in Sarasota–or in some of the finest art galleries in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina, Texas and Colorado–for evidence.

Friday, July 17, 2020

Notable Neighbors

She Sure Knows The Seashore
She may not sell seashells by the seashore, but Brenda Bossman is the one to see if you’re interested in Southwest Florida’s shore life. She’s an independent consultant who, for years now, has worked with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), Charlotte County, Lee County and others to help save our Florida shorebirds and sea turtles. 


Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Notable Neighbors

This Gal Has Had A Moving Career
Kristine Sedra was and is a travelin’ gal, to put it mildly. In her 24 years as a professional caregiver, she has, by her count, “worked in 37 emergency departments in 12 states.” 


Thursday, June 4, 2020

Notable Neighbors
Where ‘The Dogs Are In Charge’
If Allan and Pamela Schildknecht say something to you about dogs, you’d better listen, because they know from experience what they’re talking about. During the 40 years of their marriage they’ve shared their house with over 160 dogs–fortunately, not all at the same time...

Friday, November 22, 2019

Notable Neighbors
The Travel Guy
You could say that Dick Dunham has been a world traveler since the day he was born. His dad, Lt. Colonel Richard Weston Dunham Sr., was a 29-year career officer in the U.S. Air Force, and he moved around a lot, toting his family with him...

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Notable Neighbors
There's A Maven In Our Haven
Though he probably hasn’t thought about it that way, Englewood’s Rich Entlich has been a problem solver pretty much all of his life... Math was his strong suit through grade school and high school, and everyone knows math is all about solving problems: word problems, numerical problems, equations, even “theories of everything” to explain our universe and how we got here...

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Notable Neighbors
She’s ‘where the magic happens'
Jean O’Neil first came to Englewood during the summer after her graduation from Keene State College. Newly equipped with a degree in education and certified in art and English, she landed her first job … as a cocktail waitress...

Friday, September 13, 2019

Notable Neighbors
SEPTEMBER 11: A time to forget? 
Everybody remembers where they were on September 11, 2001...  Englewood’s JoAnn Siciliano certainly remembers, because she was there. And for her, it’s a merciful day even now when she can repress her memories of that fateful event...

Monday, September 2, 2019

Notable Neighbors
An angel on his shoulder
At age 96, Englewood’s Arthur Nicholas is one of a dwindling number of survivors of the “Greatest Generation” that endured the travails of the Great Depression and the even greater hardships of World War II...

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Notable Neighbors
She’s ‘hearing the call, Englewood’
Noel Crosby had more than her share of problems growing up: a parental divorce “at a time when no one got divorced,” as she puts it, problems with a speech defect, low self-esteem, difficulty in school and a wrenching relocation from her Manchester, N.H. home...

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Notable Neighbors
The ‘King of Cans’
Juergen Kroos is already noticeable in his neighborhood. On his 140-ft. by 100-ft. residential lot in Englewood Isles, he grows over 40 different fruits and vegetables, and he gives many of them away to friends and neighbors. Want some oranges, passion fruit, papayas, lemons, limes, plums, strawberries, pineapple, persimmon or bananas? He’ll get you a few...

Thursday, July 18, 2019

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