Leland resident Frank Herzog was the voice of the Washington Redskins for 25 years. If you're a Redskins fan you probably remember hearing Herzog on the radio. In fact he did play-by-play at three Super Bowls.
The Cape Fear is rich with history. There are beautiful people from yesteryear who we read and talk about and beautiful structures galore that we can explore. Some of it is right in front of us, some of it you stumble upon and that's just what happened to our Extraordinary Person of the Week.
A young man in Wilmington is intrigued by cemeteries. Specifically, Oakdale Cemetery. He's not alone. But it is what he is doing all year long that caught our attention. Tab Taylor is keeping a piece of history alive. And it all started with a book.
Wilmington is known as a very historical city. Many the structures and infrastructures are quite old, we know that. But did you know that many of the great minds behind them rest here. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week is taking care of their history and comforting life after death.
The son of a migrant worker would decide he didn't want to go to school anymore. The father would make him work full time in the fields with him, instead. About three days later the boy was back in school. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week is on 'A Journey to the Perfect Smile'.