known as R. L. Brown, (1854–1948) was a builder and state politician who lived in Jacksonville, Florida. An African-American, Brown was born in South Carolina and moved with his family to Florida after the American Civil War, first to Lake City and then Jacksonville. He was married in 1875 and worked as a carpenter, farmer, and minister. He served two terms in the Florida House of Representatives from 1881 to 1884. He worked construction for the Duval County school board and has a school named after him. He was the contractor for Centennial Hall at Edward Waters College.
19.10.2012 [This is Tamworth] - Chair of Sport England, Richard Lewis said: "We want College Sport Makers to remind young people how much fun sport is and to help them build it into their schedules so they develop a sporting habit for life." College Sport Makers will promote sports
08.11.2012 [Colorado Springs Independent (blog)] - 7 November 2012 (Denver) - After four years of leadership Dr. Eric Lee, President and CEO of the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce to become Executive Director of Colorado Community College Online, Chairman Richard Lewis announced today.