Salute to Service

Frisco STYLE Magazine commits to honoring the service of our local heroes. Read personal profiles and other stories about Frisco veterans and servicemen and women.

Returned with Honor

Col. Bernard Leo “Bunny” Talley, Jr. (U.S. Air Force, retired), a native of Baltimore, Md., entered the U.S. Air Force (USAF) in June 1962...

The Art of Preparedness

Early in life, children are taught to always be prepared. Students are instructed to be ready if (and when) a teacher calls on them...

Citizen Soldier

Steven L. Turner grew up in Van Buren, Ind., a small farming town of less than 1,000 people, just south of Fort Wayne. From...

A Commitment to Service

Twenty-four years in law enforcement can seem like a lifetime to some. For Officer Thomas Mrozinski, it might just be a blip on the...

A Life Well Lived

Frisco resident Lt. Col. Richard “Dick” Peasley (U.S. Marine Corps, retired), the son of a World War II Army veteran, grew up in the...

Service Throughout the Generations

The American flag has a special bond with our military. For Richard O. “Skip” Middleton II (Brigadier General, USAF retired), it represents “the rich...

Respect and Remembrance

Memorial Day is a holiday set aside for remembrance of those military men and women who have died in service to our country. However,...

Marine Dreams

Chris and Valerie Jackson’s story begins with each of them growing up watching classic war movies with their fathers. At an early age, they...

A Call to Service

Tom and Teresa Presley grew up in military families, so the concept of service started early and has continued a lifetime, or two lifetimes,...

Service to America and the Next Generation

Col. William A. “Bill” Kehler (a U.S. Air Force retiree) and Barbara, his wife of more than 56 years, became residents of Frisco in...

Community Connections

Allison Burum

Allison Burum, who supports marketing and public relations efforts for The Miracle League of Frisco and the North Texas Turkey Trot (as well as...

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