Brandon Heard, at right holding daughter, Kylah, is shown with wife, Allison, and daughter, Kyleigh, at Georgia Cell Company, 3551 Macon Road in Columbus. Heard is a smartphone and electronic device technician who also manages the store, with help from Allison. --
Brandon Heard, at right holding daughter, Kylah, is shown with wife, Allison, and daughter, Kyleigh, at Georgia Cell Company, 3551 Macon Road in Columbus. Heard is a smartphone and electronic device technician who also manages the store, with help from Allison. -- Photo by Tony Adams tadams@ledger-enquirer.com
Brandon Heard, at right holding daughter, Kylah, is shown with wife, Allison, and daughter, Kyleigh, at Georgia Cell Company, 3551 Macon Road in Columbus. Heard is a smartphone and electronic device technician who also manages the store, with help from Allison. -- Photo by Tony Adams tadams@ledger-enquirer.com

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