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Born and raised in Timmins, I elected Northern Ontario as my breeding space. Educationally, I attended Northern College (Porcupine), obtaining a Social Services diploma and a Developmental Services Worker diploma. In addition, I attended Laurentian University (Sudbury), obtaining a B.A. degree in Psychology. My primary work involves supporting people with developmental delays. Interest-wise, I lean towards subjects of the numinous (spiritual or supernatural) kind, literature, science fiction, and music.
Ever since the first time David's father took him out fishing, he was "hooked". Boasting 1 win, 19 top 10 and 11 top 20 placements; he knows his fishing. David has received local press, has written blogs for WFN and National Pro Staff and has received a Top Ambassador Award in his promoting the sport. In 1995, David was one of the first anglers in Northeastern Ontario to receive a manufacturer sponsorship. Along with his other duties, he writes for TimminsToday.com continuing to promote sport fishing in Northern Ontario.
Vin Greco is a life-long resident of Sault Ste. Marie, where he taught secondary School English and then entered administration. His interest in wine has been life-long. Currently he conducts tastings, formal or informal, upon request, and twice a year partners in a tasting with Chef Ian Thomlinson Upstairs at Rome’s. Otherwise, he gardens in his garden and enjoys good wines. He also likes cross- country skiing in the winter time and cycling in the sum