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Barry W. Pegram
Worked at Alaska State Troopers
Attended FBI National Academy
Lives in Sugarmill Woods, Citrus County, Florida
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Paige, Saw this and thought of Eli.  Do you think he would like this.

Gluten Free Chicken Sausage and Pesto Pasta Dish is a simple dish to make, it is completely gluten free and so delicious.
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A Patient's Guide to Shoulder Instability. Introduction. Shoulder instability means that the shoulder joint is too loose and is able to slide around too much in the socket. In some cases, the unstable shoulder actually slips out of the socket. If the shoulder slips completely out of the socket, ...
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Great driver, I really should have been a NASCAR driver. I think my wife would disagree.
  • Alaska State Troopers
    Commander - Matanuska/Susitna District
  • City of Kenai, Alaska
    Chief of Police
  • Wackenhut Security
    Operations Manager of Security for Trans Alaska Pipeline
  • Bar-Peg Enterprises LLC
    CEO Owned and operated Burger King and other restaurants in Montgomery and Central Alabama.
    Sold business and retired in 1999.
  • USAF
    Security Police SAC
    Combat Defense Force, Strategic Air Command
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Sugarmill Woods, Citrus County, Florida
Maggie Valley, NC - Anchorage, Alaska - Montgomery, Alabama - Savannah, Georgia - Fairbanks, Alaska - Perdido Key, Florida - Greensboro, N.C. - Kenai, Alaska - Palmer, Alaska - Wasilla, Alaska
  • FBI National Academy
    Criminal Investigation, 1974
  • University of Alabama
    Business Law, 1982 - 1985
  • University of Alaska
    Criminal Psychology, 1967 - 2003
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About two years ago, my wife's fairly new luxury car received a recall notice. I took the car to the dealer to make the repairs concerning the recall. The shop foreman called and informed me the recall was taken care of but their were some other items that needed to be repaired. He then proceeded to reel off approximately $3000. worth of maintenance repairs that were necessary to keep the vehicle running. I said no and picked the vehicle up. I proceeded directly to Chilson's and had him check out the vehicle. He said I could use an oil change and lube job. I told him to go ahead and the bill was less than one hundred dollars. We have had no problems since with this vehicle. He now services both my vehicles. I wish he also worked on motorcycles!
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Two boxes were improperly left on my porch Wednesday afternoon. The packages were addressed to another address in the next block. I had a man doing yard work and he said the Fed Ex deliveryman was on the phone as he delivered the packages to the wrong address and placed them on my porch right beside my large street address numbers. My yard man said the delivery driver never got off the phone the entire time. If he had paid more attention to what he was doing, this would not have happened! Shortly thereafter on Wednesday, I discovered the boxes and called fedex and reported the mixup. The person receiving my complaint asked me for the shipping numbers. He said he would have to have the numbers before he could do anything. I told him who the packages were addressed to and he said he still needed the numbers. I explained that I was sick and he could look up the numbers from the info I had provided. He seemed rather surly and non-caring. It is now Friday afternoon and the boxes are still sitting on my porch. I drove by the correct address and there was a for sale sign in the yard and I could not tell whether or not anyone was there. I've invested quite enough time for YOUR PROBLEM. Not what I expected from Fedex!!
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
3 reviews
Almond grouper with sauce was out of this world. A little out of the way but the drive, scenery and food makes it worthwhile.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago