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Bill Abrams

Bill Abrams is a writer and editor with nearly three decades of experience covering arts, culture, history, military, and human interest stories. Most recently, in a clean sweep, he took first, second, and third place honors at the San Diego Press Club's 2020 Excellence in Journalism Awards. Abrams’ connection with Ranch & Coast Magazine publisher Bob Stefanko and the publication runs deep. The two have been friends for more than 30 years, and Abrams has been an editor with Ranch & Coast since Stefanko first acquired the magazine in 1998. Before that, in the early ’90s, Abrams even coached R&C Editor-in-Chief Mia Park’s seventh grade soccer team. In addition to his work for Ranch & Coast, Abrams is the author of Iron & Steel, a historical novel based on Scotland’s Tay Bridge, a two-mile railroad viaduct that collapsed while carrying a crowded passenger train in 1879. Born in New York City, Abrams attended the University of Pennsylvania and spent several years as an editor in New York before he and his wife eloped to San Diego. Together, they have two sons and a three-legged Golden Retriever.

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Pete Hedley and Mark Rodriguez outside of a Navy Federal Credit Union

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