Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

What's New

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

What's New

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-- The Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida Association for Mortgage Brokers raised more than $3,000 during the John Steinkamp Memorial Golf Tournament. All proceeds went towards the John Steinkamp Memorial Trust Fund.


-- Bryan Clancy, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Inc., and Bentley Wilder, Graham & Co. LLC, were awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation by the CCIM Institute.

-- Baptist Health Foundation recently announced as new board members and officers: Robin Bradbury, Mac Holley, Kurt Mori and Barbara Jaffe.

-- Basham & Lucas Design Group's Paul Basham was recently appointed as vice chair of Sponsorships of the Urban Land Institute's Jacksonville District Council executive committee.

-- Gordon's Castle recently won two Laurel Awards from the Northeast Florida Builders Association and the Sales & Marketing Council.

-- Homebuilder D.R. Horton was recognized with 20 honors during the 14th annual 2007 Laurel Awards competition. The Laurel Awards is hosted by the Northeast Florida Builders Association and the Sales and Marketing Council.

-- The Jericho School for Children with Autism Inc. recently appointed the following members to its board of directors: Mike Barile, Axia; Dan Cooper, Cisco Food Services; Rich Davis, Spark Inc.; Pamela Hall, United Methodist Church; Brian Lee, Law Offices of Carl Scott Schuler; and Jim Pihl, Brightway Insurance.

-- Rita Williams' Merchandising Plus was honored with four 2007 Laurel Awards during its 14th annual competition.

-- Taylor Morrison Homes recently won a 2007 Laurel Home Award for Best Radio Commercial.


-- Duke Addison, president and CEO of Addison Commercial Real Estate Inc., has announced the leasing of 13,000 square feet at 14985 Old St. Augustine Road to Crimson Palms Educational Services, doing business as Magellan Academy, in Durbin Crossing Shopping Center. Additionally, Bob Knight of Addison Commercial Real Estate (representing the seller) has sold a 15,000-square-foot office building at 325 E. Bay St. to 325 East Bay St. LLC.


-- Dugit Messianic Outreach Ministries, Tel Aviv, Israel, has announced the relocation of its American office. Dugit USA is moving from Washington, D.C., to 5345 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville.


-- Serving St. Luke's Hospital, First Coast Oncology has opened its radiation practice at Joe Adams Building at 4205 Belfort Road, Suite 1004.


Commercial bankruptcy cases for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties filed April 24-May 1 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville division, according to the official court electronic document filing system. Business and individual names and addresses appear as they do in the official court electronic document filing system. …

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