Chad Ragland, an advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors based in Palm Beach, has a history of not taking the easy road.

As a young man back in the 1960s, during the bitterly fought and bitterly disputed  Vietnam War, he applied for and got a choice Peace Corps posting to teach English in Tahiti. But he didn’t accept it. Instead, he walked into a recruiting office and signed up for a hitch in the Army, and serving in Vietnam for a one-year tour, he earned “a couple of Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart.”

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