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About Paul K. Ellis
Paul grew up in northern Alabama, in the crook of the Tennessee River, and moved to central Virginia in the late 70's. He has worked in food service, retail, radio and television, and in IT, most recently as a systems team programmer. Paul's life is kept exciting by his wife and three daughters. Other than that, he's just this guy, you know?
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