by Lawrence A. Robinson I loved professional football. I loved the NFL and I would watch it as much a possible. I would watch football all day on Sunday. I would watch Monday night football, and Thursday NFL specials. When football was not on TV, I would watch the talking heads talk about football.
I loved NFL football so much that every year while watching the Super Bowl game as the 4th quarter started, my feeling of depression would also start setting in because I knew that soon, it would all be over for the next six months or so. (Summer football and arena football didn't do it for me.)
My good friend, Dr. Tim Adams' son, Victor Adams, transitioned this week. I have always been at a lost for words during this type of situation. What do you say when you are trying to comfort your friend and their family when they are experiencing this type of heart ache? There is nothing on earth that can take away this agony and restore joy. But, there is another source.
by Lawrence A. Robinson I met Attorney Chad Cronon via a phone call that I placed to him late one evening. At the time, I was the leader of a support team for the Regina Hill candidacy for Orlando City Commissioner District 5 and we needed an attorney to file and injunction against Juan Lynum.
by Attorney taleph H. Davis Tonight, I am a loss for words and truly heartbroken upon learning of the death of my legal colleague and one of my constitutional mentors, local Orlando attorney C. Chad Cronon. I met Chad professionally some years back, shortly after I was admitted into the Florida Bar, at one of the criminal court's many morning hearings.
by James T. DeShay Retirement is normally seen as an opportunity to hang up one's shoes and start smell the roses. The truth is retirement is the opportunity for an individuals to recreate themselves. They no longer have to worry about the basics because they have laid the foundation for creating a second career. Now it is time to search one's soul and focus on what will create the most happiness in one's life.
by Sylvia B. Johnson The Frontline Outreach young moms program (1985-1996) will be celebrating its 30 year reunion next month in Orlando, Florida. The organization helped so many young teen mothers make the right decisions and pursue their dreams. We invite you to join us as we celebrate each other and remember all that we accomplished together. We have wonderful events in store for all the program participants and their children. It is our prayer that your schedule permits you to attend one of the following.