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We go behind the scenes with some of the best businesses, philanthropy, community involvement, and news in the Tidewater area of Virginia.

Each episode includes some behind-the-scenes wisdom, stories, and even a discount sometimes!

Hosts Erica Hinkle and Joshua Griffin bring the questions and fresh perspective. Their quirky back and forth will keep you entertained.

Have a question for one of the hosts? Feel free to message on Facebook anytime. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support

Behind the Scenes in Tidewater Joshua Griffin

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We go behind the scenes with some of the best businesses, philanthropy, community involvement, and news in the Tidewater area of Virginia.

Each episode includes some behind-the-scenes wisdom, stories, and even a discount sometimes!

Hosts Erica Hinkle and Joshua Griffin bring the questions and fresh perspective. Their quirky back and forth will keep you entertained.

Have a question for one of the hosts? Feel free to message on Facebook anytime. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support

    Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, Chief Executive Officer April Martinez

    Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, Chief Executive Officer April Martinez

    GMHS was formed in 1912 to address community concerns regarding cruelty and abuse of animals in the Middle Peninsula. Primarily concentrating on livestock in the early years, GMHS' focus shifted to advocating on behalf of "companion" animals as the area became less rural and populations grew in the 1970s, which is when the first physical shelter was built. In July 2009, GMHS moved into the state-of-the art shelter facility Middle Peninsula citizens and homeless animals now enjoy.   

    April Martinez is the CEO and shares with us from the heart about the good they are doing!

    For more information on Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, visit https://www.gmhumanesociety.org/


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    • 31 min
    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 4

    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 4

    This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case.

    On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence.

    In this episode, we go through statements from the original detective and Peggy's sister, Anne.

    Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779.

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    • 35 min
    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 3

    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 3

    This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case.

    On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence.

    In this episode, we go through more clues reported by the police and AJ Lammers's letter to the local paper.

    Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779.

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    • 33 min
    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 2

    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 2

    This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case.

    On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence.

    In this episode, we go through some of the clues reported by the police.

    Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779.


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    • 31 min
    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 1

    Peggy Lammers Murder Mystery. Unsolved and Local Homicide remains unsolved. Part 1

    This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case.

    On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence.

    In this episode, we go through Peggy's story and the timeline of events surrounding her death.

    Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779.


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    • 25 min
    Amazing Financial Advice! Jared Miller; Financial Advisor with Mass Mutual of Commonwealth

    Amazing Financial Advice! Jared Miller; Financial Advisor with Mass Mutual of Commonwealth

    Jared Miller;  Financial Advisor with Mass Mutual of Commonwealth

    MassMutual is a mutual company. That means we don’t have shareholders. Instead, our members and participating policy owners are often described as sharing in our ownership. This generally means that, if you’re insured under one of MassMutual’s individual, participating whole life insurance policies, for example, you are a member entitled to vote for our Board of Directors. And if you own that participating policy, you may be eligible to share in any dividends we may declare.
    As a mutual company, we operate for the benefit of our members and participating policyowners. We manage the company with a focus on their long-term interests and are not subject to the expectations of Wall Street analysts or stockholders. Throughout our history, this focus on the long-term has helped us provide financial and retirement security to millions of people. And while they're not guaranteed, we've consistently paid dividends to eligible participating policyowners since the 1860s. Our success is reflected in our financial strength ratings1, which are among the highest of any company in any industry.

    "I am prepared to assist clients with their financial plans and help them meet their long-term financial goals. I work closely with my clients and can also work with you. I will assist you as you:


    Define your personal financial goals
    Develop a financial strategy that can help you achieve these goals
    Suggest suitable products and solutions based on your own tolerance for risk and your time-frame
    Implement your strategy with products and services that help meet your needs."

    cell: 804-998-3175 

    email: jaredmiller@financialguide.com


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    • 33 min

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