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    Ana Castillo Celebrates 5 Years with Community Bank!

    Last updated 2 years ago

    CBF is proud to celebrate Ana Castillo’s 5th Anniversary as a member of their Financial Family. Mrs. Castillo is currently an Executive Assistant, with responsibilities that include communicating information on behalf of the Executive Vice President, monitoring budget expenditures and supporting daily bank operations.

    Ana was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela and immigrated to the United States with her mother when she was nine years old. Although she came here without understanding English, she became focused on her education and graduated as Valedictorian of her class from the Dorothy M. Wallace Cope Center South. She has also earned her Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Miami-Dade College and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree at Barry University. She feels education is a requirement to help her fulfill her long term goal of moving up within Community Bank.

    Ana has strived to pass this love of education and hard work on to her daughters, which influenced her decision to home-school them. She spends many hours of her free time at her daughters’ gymnastics studio, where they are competitive gymnasts. She also enjoys mentoring youth, and has done so with the Women of Tomorrow at Homestead Senior High, at her alma mater, as well as at Corporate Academy. She is currently the Chair of the Parent Advisory Council/Home School Program at Somerset City Arts Conservatory.

    Excited about her anniversary, Ana stated, “Community Bank of Florida is a magnificent organization to work for, they keep the employees happy and therefore our customers are happy!”

     

    Annual Shareholder Meeting Honors Boggs

    Last updated 2 years ago

    CBF recently held its Annual Shareholder Meeting. Mr. Robert Epling, President and CEO, gave an audio visual presentation. Immediately following, special recognition was given to Board Member Colleen Boggs. Ms. Boggs has served on the bank’s board since 1988 and was named an Emeritus Director. Chairman Michael Marcus and Robert Epling presented Ms. Boggs with an etched crystal bowl to commemorate her service. A reception was held following the business meeting.

     In addition, the Board of Directors re-elected their Officers to serve for the 2012 year. Michael J. Marcus, Esquire, of Marcus & Marcus, P.A. will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board. Rene Taylor, President of MVRT, was re-elected as Vice Chairman of the Board. Charles “Pinky” Munz, Owner of the Redland Company, was again elected as Secretary of the Board. We look forward to their leadership and vision for 2012.

    • Colleen Boggs honored
    • 2012 Shareholder Meeting

    CBF holds Annual Conch n' Coladas Party

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Our 9th Annual Conch n’ Coladas Party was a huge success! The event is thrown yearly in appreciation of our Keys customers. The beautiful weather and steel drum music, performed by Ronnie M, enhanced the annual shindig. Attendees relaxed outside under the tent or inside the Key Largo financial center. They also enjoyed appetizers, piña coladas, a “cheeseburger in paradise” slider bar and socializing with friends and employees. See our media gallery for event photos!

    Wilmarie Cintron Celebrates 5 Years with Community Bank of Florida

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Community Bank of Florida is proud to celebrate Wilmarie Cintron’s 5th Anniversary as a member of their Financial Family. Ms. Cintron is the Customer Service Associate Supervisor at the Perrine Office, located at 18765 South Dixie Highway, in Miami. Her job duties include supervising the teller area as well as, assisting customers and opening new accounts.

    Wilmarie received her A.A. from Miami Dade College, and is interested in Accounting.

    Excited about her anniversary, Wilmarie stated, “Working at Community Bank of Florida is like working with family.”

    Teena Borek Named Agriculturalist of the Year

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Congratulations to Teena Borek for being named Agriculturalist of the Year by the Homestead/Florida City Chamber of Commerce! Teena was honored for her cutting edge farming techniques, including being the first farmer in Dade County to use a linear irrigation system, as well as the first to use a computer in her work. Teena gave a shout out to CBF, since "they bought those Macintoshes way back when!"

    She was also honored for her extensive community involvement and efforts to bring tourism to the area. She is an advocate of buying local products and reminded us all during her speech that if you ask your grocer to carry local produce, they will more than likely listen. Let's all go to our grocery store and ask why the fresh fruits and veggies are coming from other countries instead of from our local farmers.

    In addition to receiving a beautiful trophy, Teena was given proclamations from the  City of Homestead, the City of Florida City and Miami Dade County. They all proclaimed Thursday, March 22, 2012 as Martina "Teena" Borek Day! 

    • Martina Teena Borek Day
    • Agriculturalist of the Year
    • Agriculturalist of the Year

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