Arelee Richardson Sr., 100, legendary boiled peanut vendor in Eatonville who wore many other hats: police officer, fireman, building inspector, code-enforcement officer, self-employed building contractor and restaurateur.
Roberta Goulstone, 63, a dedicated registered dietitian who went beyond the typical office visit to ensure that her clients maintained health-conscious lifestyles. She encouraged patients to learn cooking techniques to keep their favorite foods on the table.
Lena Mae Lay, 90, the "Demo Lady" at the Publix grocery at Good Homes Road and West Colonial Drive in Orlando. Lay's service with Publix and her popularity with customers was so impressive that the supermarket chain did something for one if its employees it had never done: The store celebrated "Lena Lay Day" in honor of her 90th birthday in July of 2009.
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