m2e long-term, much appreciated client, Terry Stiles, builder of modern-day Fort Lauderdale, dies
Terry Stiles, the man who spearheaded the development of Fort Lauderdale from a sleepy spring break town to a booming city for businesses and residents, has died on Monday at 70.
“He was an incredibly good corporate citizen. He helped build Fort Lauderdale,” Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler said of Stiles. “I have such immense respect for him and have such respect for his approach to the community and how much he changed downtown.”
When considering the people who helped Fort Lauderdale mature and prosper as a city, Stiles and businessman H. Wayne Huizenga are the two people who stand out, the mayor said.
Stiles”>Terry Stiles is survived by wife Jamie Stiles and children Ken Stiles, Tresa Stiles, Carrie Tidwell, plus six grandchildren.
A thought of comfort and condolences to the grieving family from m2e.
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