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My guest today is John Vanyo. He is the Owner & Principal at Vanyo Insurance in Scottsdale, Arizona. He grew up in Southern California and later went to attend California State University Northridge to earn his degree in Business.
After graduation from college John went to work for Jantzen Swimwear and moved to Arizona as a sales representative. In 1991 John decided to make a career change and became an agent with American Family Insurance.
In 2006 John left American Family Insurance to start Vanyo Insurance, an independent insurance agency. Today John oversees the commercial, life & health Insurance operations.
Today we'll be talking about Cochise County, vineyards the burgeouning wine industry in Arizona and much more.
As always thanks so much for listening
On Thursday, November 5th, Going Home with Tony takes the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio on the road again. This time host Tony Scimeca and cohost Claudia Scimeca go to the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin. There they will do an audio tour of the museum and talk to the wonderful staff about the ships of Lake Michigan, ship building, ship wrecks, lighthouses and more. We will be there at the start of the museum's Merry-Time Tree Festival which runs until December 8th at which time, the trees, decorated and adorned by local businesses and organizations will be auctioned off to lucky winners. We are thrilled to be able to experience the museum and its treasure trove of information while delighting in holiday decorations! AND, as if hanging out at this amazing museum wasn't enough, because it is the first Thursday of the month, our resident tech guru, Carolyn Nicander Mohr of The Wonder of Tech will join us to share the latest and greatest in tech innovations.
Find out more about the Door County Maritime Museum by checking out their website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Enjoy the show!
Record Talk Radio kicks off its fifth season on Friday Oct. 30 at 11 a.m. when Bergen County Executive James Tedesco will be our guest.
Tedesco will talk about several county projects, the current political season and his recent recovery from back surgery.
Tedesco, a Democrat and former Paramus mayor, became Bergen's fifth county executive in January.
Record Talk Radio is an on-going series of conversations between newsmakers and journaliss in Northern New Jersey.
Lauren Williams works for Baltimore County Health Department directly with the Baltimore County Cancer Coalition. This committee strives to improve various issues within the cancer community. The Coalition includes medical personnel, patients and representatives from various providers as well as non-profit organizatioins from within the cancer community.
Join us for the live show... or listen to the replay. Please feel free to share the link with others. It is important that we all work to improve services within the medical community for cancer patients, their families and caregivers. Through the Maryland Cancer Coalitions, improvements have been made and with continued efforts we continue to see improvement of quality of life as well as attention to non-medical and psycho-social impacts of this disease.
Craig Buckingham announces for County Commission. Bob Jeska & the Gospel Rescue Mission.
Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 1 p.m. when our guests on Record Talk Radio will be Bob Yudin and Lou Stellato, the chairmen of the Bergen County Republican and Democratic parties respectively.
As they've done for the last four years, the two party leaders will discuss the results of Tuesday's election in which State Assembly and Freeholder candidates were on the ballot.
Have a question for either of them? Send your suggestions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice of Yuba County 150711B Curt Aikens and Scott Mayatec on Groundwater and purpose of YCWA.
Hosted by Marti Oakley
Join us as "Lisa" talks about the abuses she suffered at the hands of Cook County Family Court in Illinois. Facing unsupported charges, and an onslaught of mind numbing motions by her ex-spouse, Lisa has continued on in her efforts to reconnect with her son whom she has not been allowed to even speak with. In a court where any court connected agent can levy any charges they please without ever having to provide any evidence to support the charges, and, where the defending parent is not allowed to refute the charges with any provable evidence, the deck is stacked agaisnt her.
Cook County, already infamous for its less than ethical or moral handling of lucrative guardianships of the elderly, enabling the plundering of estates while the elder is neglected and isolated by the court protected predators, is now in the spotlight for its mishandling of family matters including custody.
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa in San Luis Obispo County, California—the heart of the state’s Central Coast. It’s also home to Savor the Central Coast—a great four-day gathering of chefs, farmers, restaurants, wineries—not surprising, considering the Central Coast is a huge wine producing region, right behind Napa and Sonoma. Some great chefs will be stopping by, including some local cheese and wine makers.
San Luis Obispo County is also home to Hearst Castle, the famous home of newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst. Ty Smith, Chief of Museum Interpretation at Hearst Castle, will explain the unique time in American history that Hearst castle represents. All of this and more on this week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
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Citizens of Walthall County will celebrate their first Saving Rural America Conference on February 2, 2013 at the 4-Cs ACTIVITY CENTER located 714 BEULAH AVE TYLERTOWN, MS 39667. Conference will start promptly 7:30am with a fire in the belly session to motivate participants; therefore, you should arrive on time for this life changing event. This conference will focus on fulfilling the needs of families including housing, community leadership, youth development, back yard gardening, and USDA programs. These topics will enhance life in Walthall County and help preserve your family’ legacy. According to Minnie Vaughan “we have a list of priorities to tackle which includes job creation, health care and educating our next generation. This conference will allow individuals to share their opinions with peers and develop solutions to change lives in rural America. Therefore, we are plowing forward to engage a larger audience of citizens on February 2, and change live in southwest Mississippi. Citizens of Walthall County will celebrate their first Saving Rural America Conference on February 2, 2013”.
Episode 2960 - Nightmare in Holmes County and The Haunting of 220 5th Street
Parick Meechan: www.patrickmeechan.com
Recorded 11-6-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
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