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Theresa Campbell

Originally from Anderson, Ind., Theresa worked for The Herald-Bulletin for many years. After experiencing a winter with 53 inches of snow, her late husband asked her to get a job in Florida, and they headed south. Well known in the area, Theresa worked with The Daily Sun and The Daily Commercial prior to joining Akers. “I finally have my dream job. I’ve wanted to work for a magazine since I was a teenager, and I’m very excited to be here,” Theresa says. “There is such positive energy at Akers that it’s infectious.” Theresa has three grown daughters—Julia lives in San Francisco, Emily is in Seattle, and Maria in Orlando.
A new lease on life

A new lease on life

A doctor’s warning inspires a mother-daughter duo to lose 154 pounds combined and start “I Lost to Gain” life coaching. …
In the Kitchen: A drizzle can’t hurt

In the Kitchen: A drizzle can’t hurt

Fitness coaches find sideline success making ‘bad-for-you cookies.’  Photos: Anthony Rao Best friends, fitness coaches and competitors Ashley Bowden and…
Social Club Spotlight: NYPD 10-13

Social Club Spotlight: NYPD 10-13

Retired officers in The Villages gather to socialize and follow current events of their NYPD brothers.  Code 10-13: “officer needs…
Local Talent: In touch with art

Local Talent: In touch with art

Russell Bellamy creates hands-on sculptures.  Photos: Nicole Hamel Leesburg sculptor Russell Bellamy believes many people would be surprised to learn…
Key word: prevention

Key word: prevention

  The Healthy People 2020 report highlights some of women’s top concerns.   Laura Byrd was a young adult when…
In the kitchen: Busy bee

In the kitchen: Busy bee

Sweet Bee Honey Farm’s owner feels blessed to be a beekeeper in a dying industry. The No. 1 comment beekeeper…
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