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Terry Stiles is a ‘Florida Icon'

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Terry Stiles is a ‘Florida Icon'

Mike Vogel | 10/26/2016

The South Florida developer is Chairman and CEO of Stiles. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, age 69.

At one point during the 1990s, developer Terry Stiles was about $100 million under water. Now he is battling cancer. “I’ve had three life-threatening events, and once you have one of those — probably four, I’m going to throw my dad in there because he died when he was 55 — you go, you know what? There’s more to life than just working all the time. I decided I’m going to work hard and I’m going to play hard. That’s kind of the theory we have here at the company, too. If you have a kid playing, it’s not a problem for me for you to go see them.”

 

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