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July 16, 2019
Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

Wolfe earns professional designations

RE/MAX of the Islands recently announced that Chip Wolfe fulfilled the educational requirements and earned the Graduate of the Realtor Institute and Sanibel and Captiva Islands Specialist professional designations.

Wolfe has been a Sanibel resident since 2007 when he relocated from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he was raised. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in business administration.

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Chip Wolfe

Following college, Wolfe obtained his Oklahoma real estate license. At about the same time, he and a partner also established an online marketing firm.

Porter joins SanCap Community Bank

Shelly Porter has joined Sanibel Captiva Community Bank as a teller and customer service representative at the downtown Fort Myers location.

She is responsible for assisting customers with personal and business banking transactions.

Porter has over 20 years of banking experience working at both a national bank and credit union. She has held positions in various departments in the banking industry, including customer service, audits and loans.

LCEC welcomes new director

LCEC recently welcomed Harold Taylor as its new director of electric operations.

In this role, Taylor will be responsible for directing the planning, design, construction, operations and maintenance of LCEC infrastructure including transmission, substation, and distribution facilities.

Additionally, he will play a key role in the development of corporate strategic and vision planning, and policy and procedure decision-making processes.

Taylor comes to LCEC from Georgia with nearly 30 years' experience in power supply working primarily for utilities and also as a consultant.

 
 

 

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