Tom Cherones - Later Life

Later Life

He is currently semi-retired and teaches an occasional video production course at the University of Alabama, where he earned a Master's degree. He spends part retirement in the coastal town of Florence, Oregon. He enjoys spending some time with the locals at a coffee shop on the river.

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