The Collier County Bar Association (CCBA), a voluntary membership organization with more than 800 Southwest Florida attorneys, installed its officers for 2017 -2017 this past Friday, June 10, 2015 at the Naples Sailing and Yacht Club in Naples, Florida. Judge Hugh D. Hayes swore in the new officers and Directors. John T. Cardillo, Partner at the Law Offices of Cardillo, Keith and Bonaquist, gave his final remarks as the outgoing President.
The new officers are Marc Huling, President; Damian Taylor, President-Elect; Kimberly Spiker, Treasurer; and Richard Montecalvo, Secretary. The new Directors are John T. Cardillo, immediate past president; Robert Doyle, Travis Hayes, Rachel Kerlek, Edward Larsen, Rachael Loukonen, Andrew Reiss, and Michael Traficante.
“I'm honored and humbled to be elected as the new President of the Collier County Bar Association,” said Marc Huling. “Our Association is an active organization of more than 800 attorneys, and I hope to continue the good work of our board and provide meaningful benefits to our members and the community.”
Established in 1948, the Collier County Bar Association was formed to enhance the legal profession, by providing educational opportunities for its members and the community. The Association offers its member attorneys networking activities as well as seminars, luncheons and complimentary access to pre-recorded courses through the Florida Bar, which enable them to fulfill their required continuing legal education. Members of this voluntary association educate the public about the legal profession through pro-bono clinics, speaking opportunities and events, like the Mock Trial competition. The Association has a lawyer-referral service to help link members of the public with a local attorney, and a library for legal research open to the public.
For more information, please visit www.colliercountybar.org.View PDF