Orphaned at six and raised by a war-decorated uncle, Toland was hooked by aviation as a grade schooler. He worked part-time for flight time at Griffin-Spalding County Airport (6A2), earning wings while still in his teens. By high school he was right seater in a DC-3 freighter and Beech 18s. Meanwhile, he earned degrees in business and law and demonstrated a special affection for aviation insurance, opening his eponymous agency in 1975. Since then he has become one of the industry’s ...


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