About Us

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Keith ScogginsP. Keith Scoggins, Jr.

Chairman

Attorney, Retired General Counsel Farm Credit System

Keith Scoggins was an attorney with the federal Farm Credit System for more than 35 years. He is the retired Senior Vice President and General Counsel of 1st Farm Credit Services, Normal, IL. Keith is a full-time resident of Estero, FL. In the past Keith has also served on other Boards of Directors, including a captive insurance company, federal credit union, and several homeowners associations.

Maura MatzkoMaura Matzko

Vice Chairman

Maura Matzko retired in 2011 from Encore National Bank. Her 36-year career in banking, specializing in business development, private banking and administration, included assignments at BankOne NA, American Bankers Association and Wachovia Bank NA. Prior to moving to Florida in 2000, Ms. Matzko lived in Ohio and Virginia. She graduated from Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts and received a Master of Arts from Central Michigan University.

She has served on the United Way of Charlotte County Board of Directors since 2008, acting as Board Treasurer and Executive Committee member since 2010. Ms. Matzko chaired strategic planning efforts to transition the St. Vincent DePaul Community Pharmacy to a not-for-profit primary care clinic now known as the Virginia B Andes Community Volunteer Clinic. She served as Board President and Board Treasurer for that organization.

She is a graduate of the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Charlotte Class of 2004 and a member of Business & Professional Women of Charlotte County.

Maura and her husband, Rick, reside in Punta Gorda. They have one daughter, Mary Kate, and a wonderful grandson, Carteror.

Anne RoseAnne Rose

Board Treasurer

Vice President, Revenue Cycle Lee Memorial Health System

Ms. Rose is a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Myers and has served on various board positions. She was a founding member of the Southwest Florida Wine Fest. She served five years on the Board of Directors for PACE of Lee County, dating back to its inception in 2006. She is also a member of the Florida Hospital Association of Managed Care Professionals (FAMCP) since its inception in 1995, serving in a variety of capacities.

Bill M. DillonBill M. Dillon

Board Secretary

Shareholder, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and Fowler White Boggs

Bill Dillon is a commercial litigation shareholder at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney / Fowler White Boggs.  A Florida native, he completed undergraduate and law school at the University of Florida. His practice involves all forms of business litigation, with special focuses on corporate healthcare disputes and real estate loan workout, foreclosure, receivership, and related disputes.  Bill also has general commercial jury and non-jury trial practice. His representative clients include publicly traded healthcare companies, creditors on commercial secured credit facilities, churches, country clubs, franchisors, and national shopping mall chains. Bill has been identified as a Florida Super Lawyer – Rising Star for the years 2010 through 201.

Noelle MelansonNoelle Melanson, Esq

Board Member

Melanson Law PA

Noelle Melanson is the founder and sole shareholder of Melanson Law PA. Born in Leominister, Mass., she grew up on Prince Edward Island, Canada, and relocated to Florida in 1991.

After attending the University of Prince Edward Island, she transferred to Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Fla., where she was awarded a bachelor's degree in social science. She received her law degree with honors from Florida State University College of Law in 2003, as well as a certificate in environmental and natural resources law.

She is a member of the Florida Bar since 2003, the Southwest Florida Bankruptcy Professionals Association, the Lee County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Lee County Young Professionals Chamber of Commerce, and the Florida Association of Women Lawyers.

During law school, Melanson studied abroad in Vietnam and traveled throughout Asia. The experience provided a worldwide perspective and appreciation of other legal systems, which she carries with her daily in her practice of law.

She resides in Fort Myers with her dog, Bo.

Ray PavelkaRay Pavelka

Board Member

President, Mariner Properties Development

For 41 years, Ray Pavelka has been involved in the acquisition, planning, permitting, developing and marketing of several dozen resort and residential condominium projects totaling more than 2,000 units. The majority of these projects have been on the coastal islands of Captiva, Sanibel, Estero and Marco. He has volunteered with the food bank for nine years, mostly recently having rejoined the board of directors in 2012.

Craig FolkCraig Folk

Board Member

Miller Helms & Folk, PA

Craig Folk attended Vanderbilt University for his undergraduate degree and the University of Chicago for his MBA. He has over 30 years of experience as a CPA and tax accountant. He worked 18 years with the international firms of Arthur Andersen & Co. and Coopers & Lybrand LLP and is now a partner in the local firm of Miller, Helms & Folk, PA. Folk prepares tax returns and does business planning and income tax, estate tax and international tax planning for individuals and business entities. Folk is a frequent speaker throughout Southwest Florida on such topics as year end tax planning, U.S. taxation of foreign investment in U.S. real estate and charitable planned giving. Folk serves on the board of directors of the Harry Chapin Food Bank, the United Way of Lee County and the Southwest Florida Community Foundation. Folk has previously served on the boards of the Planned Giving Council of Lee County, the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Edison College Foundation.

David FryDavid Fry

Board Member

Dwell Florida

Mr. Fry was with WCI Communities, Inc., a Florida-based land developer and homebuilder, from 1995 to 2012. During that time, he held positions of Senior Vice President of Amenities and Real Estate Services between the years 2000 and 2006, Chief Operating Officer from 2006 to 2008 and President and Chief Executive Officer from 2008 to 2012. Mr. Fry also serves on the Board of Directors of United Way of Lee, Hendry & Glades Counties. He and his wife, Monique, have four daughters.

Jan-Erik HustrulidJan-Erik Hustrulid

Board Member

Business Development Coordinator for Owen-Ames-Kimball Company

Jan-Erik grew up in Colorado, Florida and Sweden. He obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2003. His real passion, however, was in the real estate and construction industry so in 2002 he obtained his real estate license. In 2004 he and his twin brother, Björn, opened a real estate office in Bonita Springs appropriately named Twin Realty, Inc. and by 2006 they were selling property throughout Florida. As the real estate market softened he had the opportunity to expand into commercial construction so in November 2011 he joined the Owen-Ames-Kimball Company as Business Development Coordinator. His twin brother continues to operate Twin Realty, Inc. He currently serves on the Boards of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County, Bonita Springs-Estero Economic Development Council, The Heights Foundation, YMCA Fort Myers Advisory Board, ULI SWFL Executive Committee, Charlotte Local Education Foundation Board and is a Board of Trustee for the Charlotte County Cultural Center. He is a graduate of the Leadership Hendry and Glades Counties class of 2013. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Caitlin.

Anne RoseBrian N. Schwartz, M.D.

Board Member

Director of Medical Affairs at 21st Century Oncology

Managing Partner of Florida Urology Physicians in Fort Myers

Craig Folk attended Vanderbilt University for his undergraduate degree and the University of Chicago for his MBA. He has over 30 years of experience as a CPA and tax accountant. He worked 18 years with the international firms of Arthur Andersen & Co. and Coopers & Lybrand LLP and is now a partner in the local firm of Miller, Helms & Folk, PA. Folk prepares tax returns and does business planning and income tax, estate tax and international tax planning for individuals and business entities. Folk is a frequent speaker throughout Southwest Florida on such topics as year end tax planning, U.S. taxation of foreign investment in U.S. real estate and charitable planned giving. Folk serves on the board of directors of the Harry Chapin Food Bank, the United Way of Lee County and the Southwest Florida Community Foundation. Folk has previously served on the boards of the Planned Giving Council of Lee County, the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Edison College Foundation.

DefaultPictureBianca Ross

Board Member

Director, Community Relations, U.S. Sugar Corporation

As Community Relations Director for US Sugar Ms. Ross assists in general communications and is responsible for local corporate community activities such as coordinating U.S. Sugar’s local contributions activities, its participation in the Sugar Festival, local tours in conjunction with the Clewiston Chamber of Commerce, corporate golf tournaments and other special projects in the community.

Ms. Ross is a native Floridian who grew up in LaBelle, FL.  Prior to joining U.S .Sugar, Ross was the Public Affairs Director for Glades Media Group--WAFC Classic Hits--keeping listeners abreast of current events and local issues. Her show Big Lake Now became a staple of WAFC Classic Hits morning show programming. She also worked for the Florida Department of Health as the program coordinator for Drug Free Hendry County, overseeing and implementing the activities of The Community Coalition to prevent underage substance abuse. During her tenure there, she became highly involved with local organizations and with the people of Hendry County.

Ross is also a member of the LaBelle Rotary Club, president of the Leadership Hendry /Glades Class of 2012, and serves on the boards of the LaBelle Chamber of Commerce and the LaBelle High School Advisory Committee. Ross and her husband Vince have two girls (ages 6 and 3) and own Vince Ross’s Prestige Paint and Finish in LaBelle.led as a philosophy major at Florida Gulf Coast University.

DefaultPictureC. Robert Leadbetter

Board Member

 

Originally from Detroit, MI, Bob has lived and worked in Michigan, Connecticut, North Carolina, Western Michigan, and Chicago, IL before locating in Florida in 2004. A graduate of the Indiana University Kelly School of Business, recently retired and settled in Fort Myers in 2013. Bob spent over 40 years working in the Human Resources field with companies such as General Motors, Gulf + Western Manufacturing, Mazda, and Brunswick. His extensive experience includes both domestic and international assignments in over 40 industries. Bob has also significant experience in the social services volunteer field with several United Ways, Child Abuse Council of Muskegon (MI) County, Private Industry Council (MI), Our Mother’s Board of Directors, Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator and Rotary International, among others. Bob and his wife Marcia’s family include four children, 18 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. They both are active golfers, tennis players, theater goers, and travelers.

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