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Vero Beach Museum of Art Director/CEO
Dr. Lucinda H. Gedeon to retire
VERO BEACH – After twelve years of steering the Vero Beach Museum of Art through many positive changes, Director/CEO Dr. Lucinda H. Gedeon has announced plans to retire on November 1, 2016. However, Gedeon has agreed to stay on in her current role for as long as it takes for a successor to be appointed.
“It’s been a pleasure and an honor to lead this wonderful institution,” notes Gedeon, but “change is not only good it’s essential for an organization. I have thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of my tenure here and have been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with an incredible board, staff, faculty, and dedicated volunteers and our many generous members and supporters. With an upward trajectory over the past twelve years, I feel confident that the foundation for the future of the Museum is firmly in place.”
VERO BEACH – Exemplifying the innovation, drive and persistence of a successful entrepreneur, Scott Deal of Vero Beach, founder of Maverick Boat Group, will be recognized with the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneurship Program’s 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Announcement of the award will be the highlight of the Entrepreneur of the Year Award dinner held on Thursday, March 24, at 5:45 p.m. at the Indian River State College Richardson Center at the Mueller Campus in Vero Beach.
Post Insurance to offer AARP auto insurance program
PORT ST. LUCIE – The Hartford has announced that it is making its award-winning AARP-branded auto insurance program available through Post Insurance in Port St. Lucie.
Post Insurance was chosen after satisfying a number of eligibility requirements, which included demonstrating a commitment to community service, meeting a high-level of business and ethical standards, and completing a training program designed to address the needs of the over 50 population.
Frank Stawara joins CenterState Bank of Vero Beach
VERO BEACH – Chris Bieber, Area Executive and Vice President of Commercial Lending of CenterState Bank in Vero Beach, has appointed Frank Stawara to the Vero Beach team. Stawara is handling business development and assisting Bieber with commercial lending operations.
Stawara is a life-long resident of Vero Beach, where his family are the owners and operators of Fairlane Harbor. He is a graduate of Florida State University where he received a degree in finance and management.
Richardsons of The Brennity to be grand marshal and aide of St. Patrick’s Day Parade
VERO BEACH – Frank and Peggy Richardson, residents of The Brennity at Vero Beach, will be playing a big part in the 7th annual Indian River County St. Patrick’s Day parade at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 19, along 14th Avenue from the Vero Beach High School. Frank will be the grand marshal and Peggy will be aide to the grand marshal.
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