It’s a cliché to say that someone was born with ink in his veins, but that doesn't make it any less true in the case of Bob Vedder.
Tom spent all 42 years of his newspaper career in Stuart. As far back as the 1970s, Tom looked beyond his backyard and saw so much more than a small-town editor should see.
John “Jody” Delzell began his newspaper career as a reporter at the Crescent City Courier in 1947.
David Lawrence Jr. retired in 1999 as publisher of The Miami Herald to work in the area of early childhood development and readiness.
Carrol Dadisman graduated from the University of Georgia College of Journalism in 1956.
Settle was prominent in Florida weekly newspaper circles from the 1930s through the 1960s and was a leader of the Florida Press Association during
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (retired) of the St. Petersburg Times.
Before retiring June 30, 2002, Corbin had been active in Florida newspapering since 1974 and in the newspaper business
Derek Dunn-Rankin started his newspaper career as a paperboy for the Miami News.