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.
► 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.
► 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.