BB&T has hired Andy Buschle as a business services officer serving the Naples market.
Buschle is based at 8840 U.S. 41 N. The Cincinnati native brings 20 years of experience in the financial services industry to his new role and has been a Naples resident for seven years.
Buschle received his bachelor's degree in accounting and statistics from Miami University and his master's in business administration from Xavier University.
Coleman and McNulty attend workshop
Jennifer Coleman and Angela McNulty of Myers, Brettholtz & Co., certified public accountants and business consultants, recently attended the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Employee Benefit Plan Audit Workshop in New York City.
The interactive workshop was designed to help participants understand the fundamentals required to audit employee-benefit retirement plans in accordance with institute standards and the Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration's regulations. For more information: www.mbcopa.com or (239) 939-5775.
TKW Consulting Engineers receive awards
Trudi Williams, owner and CEO of TKW Consulting Engineers Inc. in Fort Myers, was selected by the Florida Engineering Society for its Outstanding Service Award.
The award is given each year to an individual who has had a significant positive impact on the engineering profession and accomplishments in community service.
The society presented its Engineer of the Year Award to Patrick Day, principal of TKW. This award is presented each year to an individual who best exemplifies the ideal image of the professional engineer. For more information: (239) 278-1992 or www.tkwonline.com.
Lipman named 2012 agribusiness partner of the year
Lipman, North America's largest field tomato grower, recently was named 2012 Agribusiness Partner of the Year by Collier County Public Schools.
This Florida Exemplary Migrant Education Award is given to the agribusiness company that best supports the migrant community through philanthropy and other programs geared to assist farm workers and their families.
In the past year, Lipman provided $50,000 to the Redlands Christian Migrant Association and $10,000 to the Guadalupe Center. Lipman also awarded $30,000 in scholarships to 15 Immokalee High School graduates. For more information: www.LipmanProduce.com.
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