My father, David R. Balogh, is a Miami Beach legend. Most Beach people knew him and many, many shopped at his Balogh jewelry store.
Today, wherever I go, whether Miami, New York City or even Sun Valley, Idaho, I meet people who proudly show off their long-ago-purchased Balogh treasure.
My dad's... Read More
5200 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
Some might say that I was made to serve in public office. I don’t know, but I have lived an interesting and good life.
I learned so much doing what... Read More
I was born in Guantánamo in 1956. I moved to Havana as a teenager to study and ultimately graduated with a math degree. In 1994, I decided take a raft... Read More
I wanted to spend my retirement entertained with a million things to do each and every day. My husband Steve, on the other hand, wanted to spend his retired... Read More
n 1963, I made my first trip to Miami.
I had just graduated from college and was invited to visit by the man who would become my husband, Richard Rosichan... Read More
I was born and raised in Brazil.
I was 17 years old when I began my banking career there. In 1986, I was offered a job at a Brazilian bank to manage... Read More
I was born in Nicaragua. I lived there until I moved to Miami in 1979 when I was 19 years old. I moved with my daughter; she was almost 2 at the time.
From... Read More
I was born in Georgetown, Guyana, which is the only English-speaking country in South America.
When I was 6 years old, my parents migrated to Toronto... Read More
Michigan and Miami
I became enamored with Miami in my early teens. Hearing that it was the “in” place to vacation and, as a 15 year old, wanting desperately to be “in... Read More
Sheila Presser (Bronx born) and Norman Litz (a Philadelphian) both moved to Florida with their families in 1946. Sheila graduated from South Broward High... Read More