Michael Kulich of Turtle Creek is nominated for Orlando Business Journal’s 2011 Most Influential Businessmen.
Residents of The Willows attend the annual ladies luncheon at Dixie Cream Café in Windermere.
In recognition of the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, several Windermere families adopt Fire Station No. 39 in Ocoee for the weekend.
Rotary Club of Windermere President Brad Busbin (right) welcomes Don Greer, president of the board of supervisors for the Reedy Creek Improvement District, to a recent meeting.
Jamal Hakim, M.D., was appointed to the new position of chief quality transformation M.D. for Orlando Health. The Southwest resident reports to President/CEO Sherrie Sitarik and is responsible for working with the board of directors, leadership and medical staff to further develop and implement the organizational quality plan. He is board-certified in anesthesiology and is an active member of the Society of Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology. He has been on staff at Orlando Health since 1991 and is the immediate past chief of staff, as well as director of anesthesia for Women’s Services at Arnold Palmer Medical Center.
Central Florida Women’s League members (l. to r.) Deborah Harding, Jo Vaughan, Kay Chang, Gayle Wirtz and Linda Sampieri attend the organization’s first luncheon of the year.
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