Archive Monthly Archives: March 2014

Patrice Fike – Episcopal Priest

Of all the profiles that I came across while compiling information for this series, Patrice Fike’s was the most unique. In 2011, at age 64, Fike sold her home in Florida (and her Mercedes), stored most of her furniture, and moved to New York where she enrolled at the Episcopal Church’s¬†General Theological Seminary¬†to train as […]

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Paul Gianone – Restaurateur/Pizzaiolo

Opening a hit restaurant has got to be one of our most enduring career reinvention fantasies. Paul Giannone is one notable boomer who has actually done it. His Paulie Gee’s in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York opened in 2010, and has gone on to be one of the top-reviewed and most beloved new pizzerias in the […]

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John House – Small Business Owner

Career reinvention is not a walk in the park, particularly for those of us who feel like we have already paid our dues, made our mark, and would otherwise prefer to kick back and enjoy the fruits of our labor. Unfortunately, the lifestyle we Boomers thought we would have at this point in our lives […]

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