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Koran joins Lindsey's

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David Koran

David Koran has joined the staff of Lindsey's Inc. Realtors.

Koran was born in Newnan when his father moved here from Ohio to start the William L Bonnell Company with Mr. Bonnell in the mid 1950s. Koran grew up in Tifton. He attended Abraham Baldwin College, where he played golf for two years, and graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor's degree in business.

Koran worked for Tifton Aluminum Company for 15 years before embarking on his entrepreneurial career. He developed, staffed and managed five document outsourcing companies serving the legal communities in Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville, Jacksonville and Minneapolis. After selling his stake in the companies, Koran formed a real estate development company focusing on homes in the Florida panhandle.

Koran moved back to Newnan in 1995. He holds real estate and life and health licenses in Georgia and Florida.

He is married to Gay Turner Koran, owner of Blue Moon Boutique. They have two children, Will and Katherine, and four dogs.



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