Fashion Island planner Al Trevino and builder Bill Watt at 50th anniversary bash for retail center.

Fashion Island planner Al Trevino and builder Bill Watt at 50th anniversary bash for retail center.

Every pair of shoes Tom Gazsi wore until he reached high school, his parents bought at Dick Marowitz’s Newport Children’s Bootery at Fashion Island—“Adidas, saddle shoes, dress shoes, everything!”

“He had this little tiny carousel with four horses in his store—a pedal carousel—and we’d go around and around as fast as we could until he would yell, ‘Slow down!’ That was a lot of fun,” reminisced Gazsi, now chief of police at the Port of Los Angeles...

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