One Liners Sarasota and Manatee: State College of Florida, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast and more

News announcements from Sarasota and Manatee Counties

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, has promoted Ryan Hale to vice president of institutional effectiveness. (Pictured above)

Shutts & Bowen announced that John Patterson, a partner in the firm’s Sarasota office, was selected as the recipient of the Florida Bar Foundation’s 2022 Medal of Honor Award.

The Plaza at Five Points

All Faiths Food Bank, in Sarasota, filled a new position in human resources, naming D.D. Goerke its new senior director of people and culture.

Sarasota-based Williams Parker Attorneys at Law leased 35,024 square feet of office space at The Plaza at Five Points, located at 50 Central Ave., in downtown Sarasota.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast’s board of directors elected Randall Woods as chair, for a two-year term. 

Manatee County Animal Welfare hosted a ribbon cutting, and open house, at the Bishop Animal Shelter, at 5718 21st Ave. W., in Bradenton. 

Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center, in Sarasota, named Shumaker partner Patrick Duggan as its board of directors’ first vice president, for the 2022-23 fiscal year. 

The former PNC Bank branch on Town Center Parkway, in Lakewood Ranch, has for $2.2 million.

Michael Saunders & Co., in Sarasota, added Chip Murphy as vice president of business development. 

Southpointe Marina Mall, in Sarasota, sold to Donatas Filipavicius for $6.5 million. 

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty promoted Shelley Whiteside to senior regional marketing director for the Sarasota region.  

Stephenie F. Whitfield

Breeze Airways is expanding service at the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport with twice-a-week service will take off Nov. 5 with direct service to Westchester County, New York, on Saturdays and Tuesdays and a one-stop route with no change of plane service on Thursdays and Tuesdays with a stop in Norfolk, Virginia.

Bank of America named Stephenie F. Whitfield, based in Bradenton, as business banking market executive for Southwest Florida. 

Jim Shirley, executive director of the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County, announced his retirement.  

Brook Farm Group, an Atlanta multifamily development firm, bought nearly nine acres in downtown Sarasota and plans to build a mixed-use development on the site.

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