How about that–Quincy Jones and my great-nephew share the same birthday.

I learned that just 3 days after meeting Quincy’s “brother” Ron Modell on his way to a golf tournament.

I hope that synergy will create something special! Thanks for your visit Sari Max-Fiss and Harry Fiss, Phd. for your visit!

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