Alumni Class Notes February 2021
Admiral Farragut Academy Alumni Class Notes from February 2021 Alumni Newsletter. See what our alumni have been up to after graduation!
Bob Brookes ‘70S celebrated his 42nd anniversary with his wife Lidia. They have four children, seven granddaughters, and they have lived in three countries!
Heriberto “Eric” Hernandez ’79S is the Vice President of Fleets and Assets for Massey Services, Inc. in Orlando, FL, and is involved in the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando. Last October, he raised almost $14,000 for breast cancer research through Real Men Wear Pink, an organization of community leaders working with the American Cancer Society to raise awareness of the disease.
Sean Moyle ’98, pictured here with Paul Furze ’99, are Grand Cayman and Farragut brothers. Sean is the owner of Kon Tiki Cayman, a wine and spirits store with a unique and rare rum collection. Paul is a chef at the Calypso Grill and is known for creating distinct seafood dishes inspired by the local fresh fish caught daily.
Chris Miller ’00 was one of the head coaches alongside his assistant coach, Kreg Brown ‘07 for the Tropical Bowl, an all-star college football game featuring mostly FBS players who are potential NFL draft picks. While at Farragut, Chris was a star football player and later in his career became Farragut’s head football coach. Since 2013, Chris has been the head football coach at Seminole High School. He currently has two sons attending Farragut, Owen in 3rd grade, and John in 6th grade.
Fallon Arnold ’14 is a successful realtor with Coldwell Banker Realty in St. Petersburg and is passionate about supporting her clients with outstanding service.
Max Jessen ’15 and Ian Schlifstein ’15 are lifelong Farragut friends and are both living in Boston, MA. Max works with private equity at Battery Ventures, a global, technology-focused investment firm. Ian is a financial analyst at Wellington Management, one of the largest privately-held investment firms.