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Toledo According To… Robert Gutierrez of RGDEZIGNS

Name: Robert Gutierrez Years lived in Toledo: 25 years Occupation: Business Owner/ Designer at RGDEZIGNS (1316 Adams St., RGDEZIGNS.com) My story, in one sentence: Just a guy blessed with many talents who works hard and prays harder! UpTown is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in Toledo was

Toledo According To… Steve Hamilton

Name: Steve Hamilton Occupation: General Manager at Seagate Office Products Years lived in Toledo: 35 years (on and off) The Toledo Zoo is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in Toledo was the Lava Rock Steak at Smokehouse Bistro. The Rib Off is my favorite annual event. A

Toledo According To: Justin Feldkamp

Name: Justin Feldkamp Occupation: Sports Director at 13abc WTVG Years lived in Toledo: Two My family’s home is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in was the prime filet at Element 112. Mud Hens Opening Day is my favorite annual event. My favorite piece of local art/architecture is

Toledo According to Stevin Groth

Age: 54 Occupation: Attorney at Law Toledoan since: 1993 Toledo’s a big town with a lot of friendly faces. Ever wonder what a walk in Ottawa Park, or throughout Downtown, is like for other residents? We’re stepping inside the soles and souls of Toledoans to learn how they fill up their Glass City. The local

Toledo According to Carla Thomas

Carla Thomas Age: 53 Occupation: Specialty Leasing Coordinator, Franklin Park Mall and Photographer at CYT Images Toledoan since: Birth The local artists and musicians I love are Ramona Collins, Fusion and all things live music. If money wasn’t an object I would quit my job in a heartbeat and focus full-time on turning my passion, photography, into my

Toledo According To: Veralucia Mendoza-Reno

Age: 23 Occupation: Bilingual Financial Coach/Housing Specialist at a local non-profit. Toledoan since: 2001 I go to International Park for the best view in Toledo. If money wasn’t an object, I would buy the Collingwood Arts Center and turn it into the absolute hot spot for art. The local artists and musicians I love are: