Neighborhood: Belleisle in Country Club East
Neighbor since: 2012
Bob McNutt lives his life in chapters.
It’s a convenient way for a man who likes to stay organized to plan for things.
Chapter three is now — retirement life in Lakewood Ranch with a home that backs up to water and a golf course and includes trips to the Ringling Museum and Florida Studio Theatre.
McNutt, 68, spent chapter one, which lasted more than 32 years, working in marketing and human resources for chemical giant DuPont until 1999.
Chapter two led McNutt to teach full-time at the University of Delaware, from 2001 to 2011, leading lectures on the evolution of retailing and variable pay, among others.
In chapter three, McNutt hopes all the chapters combine to tell a complete story, tales he can tell to his eight grandchildren, who live from Milwaukee to Washington, D.C., when they visit Lakewood Ranch.
— Josh Siegel
IN HIS OWN WORDS
On his teaching philosophy: “I am high-energy and passionate about what I do. It’s important to be interactive. I’m a strong believer in bringing current events into the classroom. I tell kids, ‘Follow your passion and don’t go for the money.’”
On the most memorable part of his teaching career: “I led five-week study abroad programs. One time, we went to Australia. I walked with the students across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It was windy. We were tethered up, attached to a harness. It was a narrow walkway. Of course, you look down.”
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2 Healthy Skin Care and Wellness with Dr. Brenda Yanofsky
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
2 Center For Sight at University Park Grand Opening & Trunk Show
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
3 Bowl Painting Party
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
4 Ron Gordon's Humane Society Golf Tournament
Ashlynn Martin put her "paws" to action
Ashlynn Martin’s dance-a-thon fundraiser Sept. 7, at Jump Dance Co., benefitting Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue and its Lexi’s Paw Pals program, welcomed more than 60 participants.
Honor seeks home for Petey
A 1-year-old hound dog named Petey has been waiting to find a new home for more than 6 months at Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue.
Vitale accepts donation
Lakewood Ranch resident and ESPN Hall-of-Famer Dick Vitale on Sept. 9 received a $85,000 donation for the fight against cancer from Craig and JoEllen Mettille, of 380 Cos.