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Nabwic Talks with: Real Estate Developer James Breaker

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James M. Breaker, Jr LTC, Retired U.S. Army.  I have deep roots in Jacksonville's northside community.  I’m a devoted family man, married for 32 years, the father of five sons and 2 grandchildren.  The Breakers are long time active members of St. Pius the V Catholic Church where I serve as an Extra Ordinary Minister of the Eucharist.  I attended Jacksonville area schools and is a proud graduate of William M. Raines Class of 1971.  I earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Marketing/Management from the University of North Florida.  After graduating from college, I was commissioned as an Officer in the United States Army.  I served honorably in "Operation Enduring Freedom" and retired at the rank of LTC after 26 years of service to our country.  

I declined several promising job offers because I feel that I’m needed more in my community. As a Real Estate Developer, I have continued to work in the community by revitalizing commercial and residential property for the beautification and economic development of our community.  I am already heavily involved in community and business development plans for District 8 (The District of Soul).  I have been a businessman in District 8 for over 25 years and a Real Estate Developer for more than 10 years.  I have successfully developed real estate in Sweet Water/West Jacksonville, East Jacksonville, New Town as well as the District of Soul.  I’m an avid lifetime supporter of business development in the northwest quadrant and active Board Member for the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce, First Coast Chapter of the National Business League, District of Soul and Jacksonville Youth Works.  I am also a member of the SCLC, Knights of Peter Claver, Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post and the VFW.

Contact info: jmbreaker@bellsouth.net  www.jamesbreaker.com

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