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  • 12/24: People on move

    12/24: People on move
    Jane Garrard, Tupperware Brands Corp. (retired), was appointed treasurer and John Pisan, Wells Fargo Wealth Management Group, was appointed secretary of the Heart of Florida United Way Orlando board of directors.
  • Webster Bank Names New Regional Presidents For Hartford, Waterbury

    Webster Bank Names New Regional Presidents For Hartford, Waterbury
    Webster Bank named two new regional presidents Monday for the Hartford and Waterbury areas, both now leading business banking units at the Waterbury-based lender. Timothy Bergstrom, 46, will assume the role of regional president for the Hartford area....

    12/23: People on move

    12/23: People on move
    E. Ann McGee, Seminole State College, was appointed chair, and David Fuller, SunTrust Bank Central Florida, was appointed vice chair of the Heart of Florida United Way Orlando board of directors. Sean DeMartino, Balfour Beatty Construction, joined the...

    United Way behind park's new makeover

    United Way behind park's new makeover
    A mighty volunteer army, more than 600 strong, began gathering in the dawn hours at Fort Lauderdale's Osswald Park on a recent Friday even as the rain came down on the staging area roof. The volunteers, assembled by United Way of Broward County and...

    Florida agency text messages will guide future college students

    Florida agency text messages will guide future college students
    Florida high school students and their families can now get text message reminders about important registration deadlines at 14 Florida schools. The new "Going to College" program is an effort to help students and parents stay on target for a college...