One Liners Pinellas: Stoneweg US, TeBella Tea and more

News from around Pinellas County

Nicole Peterson, vice president and mortgage loan officer with BB&T, now Truist, joined the Valor Capital team as a preferred lender for Serena by the Sea, a condominium development in Clearwater.

PostcardMania, a marketing company in Clearwater, was honored as a winner of Energage’s first national Top Workplaces Woman-Led Culture Excellence Award.

Stoneweg US, a real estate investment firm in St. Petersburg, announced its official partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to planting trees across the country and around the world.

The construction of Aravilla Clearwater, a partnership between Autumn Senior Living, Cleveland Construction and Small Brothers, received a certificate of occupancy for the assisted living for Memory Care Community.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, in St. Petersburg, welcomed Brea, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever and the hospital’s first facility dog.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, in St. Petersburg, welcomed Brea, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever and the hospital’s first facility dog.

Climate First Bank, a community lender being formed in St. Petersburg, named Michele Glorie as chief financial officer and chief operating officer, and Valarie Nussbaum-Harris was named executive vice president of the bank’s Tampa Bay region and a government-guaranteed lending executive.

Mainsail Lodging & Development named Michael “Mickey” Melendez to be the general manager of the Fenway Hotel in Dunedin.

CodeBoxx, a web, app and software-developer training company, moved its headquarters from San Francisco to 136 Fourth St. N., St. Petersburg.

Eckerd Connects, a St. Petersburg-based nonprofit organization, named Oliver Bell, founder and CEO of Oliver Bell; Amelia Wright Brewer, executive director at JPMorgan Chase; and Holly Kortright, executive vice president and chief human resources officer for Navy Federal Credit Union; to its board of directors.

Kelly Atkinson

AmeriLife Group, an insurance company in Clearwater, promoted Kelly Atkinson to senior vice president for brand management and creative services.

First Citrus Bank is planning to open at 300 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg.

The Breakthrough, a black women-owned business that offers business coaching, training and coworking space, opened at 12360 66th St. N., Largo.

TeBella Tea Co. plans to open at 1445 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.

DocuPhase, a Clearwater-based company, acquired Clearwater Payments, an electronic billing and payment company based in Dallas.

Lingr, a new restaurant from local chef and former Top Chef contestant Jeffrey Jew, was expected to open in May at 400 Sixth St. S., St. Petersburg.

The Florida Department of Transportation named Forward Pinellas the 2020 Planning Organization of the Year.

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