Tampa-based HomeBancorp Inc. named the following: Michael Bottiglio as vice president-mortgage branch manager and Scott Jannasch as mortgage loan officer. Bottiglio and Jannasch are based in the bank’s Bonita Springs loan production office at 24830 U.S. 41 S. Bottiglio brings more than 24 years of mortgage lending experience to HomeBanc. Jannasch brings to HomeBanc more than 18 years of mortgage lending experience.
The Collier Building Industry Association has announced the following: Brian Stock, CEO of Stock Development, was honored as the CBIA Builder of the Year; Bob DiPesa of Wholesale Screen Printing was named Collier Building Industry Association Associate of the Year; Brian Connell, owner of Connell Builders, was named CBIA Remodeler of the Year; Mont Williams with Minuteman Press received the President’s Outstanding Leadership award.
Jacqueline Buyze Mediation Inc. has announced that Jacqueline J. Buyze was honored with a Special Recognition Award presented by the Collier County Women’s Bar Association. The award was given in recognition and appreciation of the pro bono service Buyze provides as a working member of Collier County’s Foreclosure Task Force and she also chairs its Mediation Committee.
The 2010 “Diamond Volunteer Program” winners have been announced. Three groups were selected for their outstanding volunteer participation. They are: The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida, Baby Basics of Collier County and the Penny Bear Co.
RWA has announced that Jereme Shaidle,a civil engineer in the Naples office, has received his Florida professional engineering license. As project engineer, Shaidle’s primary areas of expertise include all aspects of site planning, design and permitting of stormwater management, water supply, and wastewater removal systems and related infrastructure.
ON THE BOARD
David Aldrich, president of Aldrich Development Co., has been appointed president of the Collier Building Industry Association for 2010. Aldrich also will begin a two-year term on the finance committee for the Florida Home Builders Association. The Lee County Bar Association Executive Council has announced its new officers. The are Andrew S. Epstein, president; Michael D. Randolph, vice president; Karla Y. Campos, secretary; Andrew A. Bokan, treasurer; and Brian A. Williams, member at large.
Women’s Republican Club of Naples Federated Inc. elected the following officers for 2010: Susan D. Evans, president; Kay Andrews, first vice president; Yolanda Lilly, second vice president; Priscilla W. Grannis, third vice president; Bobbi Jo Edwards, recording secretary; Jennifer Euler, corresponding secretary; Rose Parapiglia, treasurer; and Susan Garry, assistant treasurer.
Decanted, Naples’ newest wine shop, opened on the southwest corner of Pine Ridge and Goodlette-Frank roads. Decanted is both a retail wine shop and tasting bar. Address: 1410 Pine Ridge Road, Suite 21, Naples, www.decantedwines.com or 434-1814.
First National Bank of the Gulf Coast opened at 3560 Kraft Road, Naples. The bank’s headquarters and main office offers a full line of personal and commercial banking products and services. Information: 325-3750 or www.fnbofgc.com.
The Alternative Health & Healing Center in Naples has announced it is expanding by opening an office in Fort Myers, in the Horizon Plaza, 16050 U.S. 41 S. (across U.S. 41 from Sky King Fireworks). Information: (239) 592-7767 or email@example.com
DPVC purchased a 6,300-square-feet building at 6880 Daniels Parkway from Soreno Vista for $850,000. The buyer purchased the former Movie Gallery Video building and plans to improve the facility for its growing practice. Gary Tasman and Brandon Stoneburner of Commercial Property Southwest Florida, a Cushman & Wakefield alliance member, negotiated the transaction.
The region’s Florida Lottery office relocated to Metro Parkway, 11790 Metro Parkway, Fort Myers.