via socialmiami.comSteven Posner lived with abandon. Perhaps a little too much, according to county records.Posner, who died last week in a high-speed boat crash on Biscayne Bay, was an avid car and boat enthusiast. But his need for speed sometimes led him to run afoul of the law. County records ... More >>
ViaSteven Posner, 67, a member of one of Miami Beach's most wealthy and notorious families, died yesterday in a collision of two "go fast" boats off the coast. The death comes just months after Steven's twin sister Gail passed away after a fight with cancer. They were the eldest children of Victo ... More >>
Gail Posner and ConchitaGail Posner was a member of one of Miami Beach's richest and most notorious families, but she died quietly in March without so much as an obit in the Herald and with most of her family refusing to comment. Now a legal battle is brewing surrounding her will that has led the ... More >>
Gail Posner, one of the four children of the infamous late businessman Victor Posner, passed away last week at the age of 67. She was reportedly battling cancer. However, for a member of one of Miami Beach's most wealthy and notorious families, her obituary was never submitted to the Herald. ... More >>
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