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Chris Donaghy Appears on NPR Program

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Donaghy, CEO of Residex, was interviewed for a Veteran’s Day segment in which he discussed“Core Convictions,” the book he authored that told the story of Roland Rhodes, president of Rhodes Chemical and a World War II veteran.

| November 14, 2011

Chris Donaghy, CEO of Residex, recently was interviewed for a Veteran’s Day segment on “Under First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross.” Donaghy was interviewed about “Core Convictions,” the book he authored that told the story of Roland Rhodes, president of Rhodes Chemical and a World War II veteran.  In the interview, Donaghy said that he wanted to tell Rhodes’ story because he is representative of the Greatest Generation, a group that rallied together for a single cause: to save the world.

To listen to this broadcast visit http://www.wjctondemand.org and access it under the section “Under First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross” – Friday.  Donaghy’s interview begins at about the 9-minute mark.  (You can move the stream forward by sliding the toggle on the player.)
 

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