Date(s) - Wednesday, September 27, 2017
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
The Club at Eaglebrooke
Join us for the Seasons of Service luncheon and be inspired by three insightful men – Deric Feacher, Haines City Deputy City Manager; Hollis Hooks, Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley; and Paul Noris, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer & President, Bank of Central Florida, as they share the extraordinary lessons they have learned from the important women in their lives.
Master of Ceremonies
Erica Sirrine, PhD, serves as the Dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Southeastern University. Before entering academia, she worked as the clinical manager of the Bethany Center at Good Shepherd Hospice, and she continues to volunteer at the Bethany Center and Camp Brave Heart. She is passionate about educating mental health practitioners on bereavement counseling interventions and provides trainings of this type throughout the United States.
Deric Feacher is a Winter Haven native who returned to Polk County after graduating from Bethune-Cookman College. He has spent more than 15 years in government and consulting, currently serving as deputy city manager in Haines City, while also pursuing a master’s degree. Deric is the current board chair for United Way of Central Florida and is active in Winter Haven Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, as well as other community service organizations.
Hollis Hooks was born and raised in Lakeland and graduated from Mercer University in Georgia. Following two years in Washington, DC, as an aide to then U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles, he returned to Lakeland as a financial adviser and is currently Senior Vice President of Morgan Stanley. Hollis has contributed widely to the community, having served on the board of nearly every major organization, including Good Shepherd Hospice, Florida Southern College, Lakeland Regional Health, and Polk Museum of Art.
Paul Noris has been a part of the Lakeland banking community since 1996 and is now president of Bank of Central Florida. He is a graduate of the University of Florida. Paul also gives back to the community through service with numerous organizations, including the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce, Explorations V Children’s Museum and Florida Southern College. This year, he is chair of the Lakeland Regional Health Foundation and of the 2017 United Way campaign.