Marcelli, a resident of Gulfport, Fla., worked for Merrill Lynch in various capacities for 32 years where she was one of the first women field managers. After retiring in 2007, she became a full-time entrepreneur and is currently vice president and principal of Lucky's Real Tomatoes, a family-owned, national company founded in 1979.
"Linda's investment experience and her commitment to the community is a real asset to our company and to our clients," said Terry Igo, CEO of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company.
Marcelli is also a board member of the Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum Foundation in New York, USF Foundation, USF College of Business Advisory Board, Urban League, Edible Peace Patch and Academy Prep of St. Petersburg. She earned her B.A. degree at Ohio State University and is a graduate of the Securities Institute at Wharton and the Tuck Institute at Dartmouth College.
Linda D. Marcelli. PHOTO PROVIDED.