Mia Redick
Todd Williams

Todd was born in Valdosta, GA, and he later moved to Eastman, Columbus and he finally made Waycross his home when he was 9. He graduated from Waycross High School in 1982. He played football for the 1981 Waycross High School Bulldogs who won the AAA State Football Championship that year. After high school, he received a football scholarship to attend the University of Georgia. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education and later attended Valdosta State University where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. Todd works for Waycross Recycling Co. and The Body Shop of Waycross. He currently lives in Blackshear, GA with his beautiful fiancée Jane Carruthers. He is the proud father of two wonderful children Justin and Jake. Justin is serving in the Navy and is now stationed in Jacksonville. Fl. Justin and his wife Ashley have a son, Macade (8) and a newborn daughter, Mila. Jake lives in Atlanta and works for Arbor Pharmaceuticals as an accountant. Todd is thankful for the opportunity to participate in Dancing with the Southern Stars. “I would rather be playing football in front of a sold-out stadium (less nerve-racking), however, I guess I can embarrass myself in front of friends and family for such a great cause.”

Mia Mobley Redick was born and raised in the Jamestown area of Ware County. Bless her heart, she is the youngest, of five kids, of Jeanette and Skeet Mobley. She is married to a Texas guy, Jase and they have two boys. Jeb is a junior at Pierce County and Ty is an eighth-grader. She has been involved in the medical field for the past 20 years and currently works at Browning’s Pharmacy. She loves the beach, cutting grass, reading books, listening to tunes, watching college football (especially the DAWGS), spending time with her boys and following their sports, mentoring at Midway Elementary, taking care of her special customers at Browning’s Pharmacy, cheering for her Miracle League kiddos, singing songs with the windows rolled down, sitting on her front porch swing and afternoon golf cart rides with friends. She knows how important this event is in benefiting both Magnolia House and Miracle League, and knows each person can help in a special way, so to quote John Wooden: “Don’t let what you can’t do, stop you from what you can do”!

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Waycross, GA 31502

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