Jerry, once a high school coach and teacher, now a grade school teacher in Sarasota, Florida and Jimmy, from Peoria, a one-time employee of mine and my onetime stock broker who was good at "churning" my stocks for quick commisions along with his brother, Joe, Jr. Joe, Jr., who charged me $1000 for a single stock trade complained at the time he wasn't making any money. He eventually declared bankruptcy and is now some kind of a stock broker in the area.
Both failed to realize I still have a friend or two at the JS and at least one TV Station.
Friends wondered how "National Inquirer" news traveled so fast.
A lot more on these two, who capitalized on their Dad's name, later .