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About Henry Lemons

 Henry "Hank" Lemons and his wife moved to the central Florida area in 2015 from New York City and have been loving the warm weather and friendly people since day one.    Hank's past history includes over 35 years of service in the law enforcement field.  He has served with the NYC Police Department, the Kings County District Attorney's Office, the NY State Attorney General's Office and a Commissioner with the NY State Parole Board.   
     

He is a US Air Force veteran and holds a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership. .        
    

 Hanks spends his free time playing golf, listening to jazz, entertaining family and friends and catching a show and diner with the wife.    
   

 He is loving the field of real estate and the opportunity it affords him to help clients sell and find the homes of their dreams and is honored and pleased to be with the Watson Realty Corporation.   Watson is truly a company that prides itself with maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and whose core values are rooted in treating others with uncompromising truth.

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