Robert MacFarlane Paddling toward nirvana

Rozycki, Bob
July 2007
Westchester County Business Journal;7/9/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 28, p62
The article profiles Robert MacFarlane, co-founder of Homes for America Holdings Inc. It discusses his effort on running a development company. He works in Yonkers and he is staying in Rye, New York. Having a passion for kayaking, he states that the sport has given him joy and serenity, which he cannot find in the workplace.


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