1 Financial News & Daily Record 35 Vol. 102, No. 141 Two Sections Monday, June 1, Bringing evidence to life in 3-D Local company adds new dimension in courtrooms By Kevin Hogencamp Contributing Writer Josh Weinberger hasn t been a model law student. But the 24-year-old Jacksonville man is creating models that could help lawyers win in the courtroom. It s a new way of bringing evidence to life, the former Stetson University College of Law student said of his business, 3-D Printed Evidence. Using models in the courtroom isn t new. Attorneys realized long ago jurors can glean more from a cardboard replica of a crime scene or a cast of a footprint, for example, than from photographs. But the exactness of 3-D printed technology provides more detail, accuracy and perspective than many other types of replicas. If a picture says a thousand words, then a model says a lot more. That s especially the case with 3-D models, Weinberger said at the Downtown Jacksonville office of his 3-D business partner, Forge. Since 3-D Printed Evidence was conceived last fall, Weinberger has assisted with a handful of legal cases, though none locally. His first project was a model of a fractured skull for a St. Petersburg law firm that learned about 3-D Printed Evidence from an American Bar Association publication. It was the first time Weinberger used data from an MRI to produce a model. They could have shown the fracture on a screen, but the model solidified to the 3-D... Continued on Page A-7 Page A-3 Photo by Karen Brune Mathis There is still much to do Warren creates same opportunities he received By Karen Brune Mathis, Managing Editor Cleve Edward Warren is a Jacksonville native with a long track record in finance, education and community service. To recognize his efforts, Leadership Jacksonville honored him this year as a community trustee. He received the OneJax Humanitarian Award in 2010 and also has been named to the First Coast Business Hall of Fame. Warren, 63, is chief financial officer of Florida State College at Jacksonville, a position he took two years ago. Before that he held several banking and investment positions including with Barnett Bank of Jacksonville, Wachovia Bank, Community First Bank and Essential Capital Finance. Warren s economic development work includes serving with former Mayor Ed Austin and as executive director of the Florida Black Business Investment Board under former Gov. Bob Martinez. His latest priorities include the Valor Academy of Leadership charter school for boys and the Virtue Academy of Arts and Science charter school for girls, which are governed by Profectus Learning Systems Inc. Warren chairs the organization. He and his wife, Patricia, have two children, Errika and Brian. Success... Continued on Page A-10 New Jersey-based bank buying CNL A New Jersey-based bank is entering the Jacksonville market by acquiring CNLBancshares Inc., which has three branches in Northeast But its CEO seems to be unfamiliar with the market. Valley National Bancorp last week announced the agreement to buy Orlando-based CNL for $207 million in stock. CNLBank has 16 branches throughout Florida, including offices in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach and St. Augustine. CNL brings us attractive markets in Jacksonville, Orlando, Sarasota, Fort Myers and Naples, Valley Chairman and CEO Gerald Lipkin said in a conference call with analysts. Each of these markets shows strong population growth and strong economic growth, so we re excited about that, he said. However, Lipkin showed that maybe he hasn t visited the Jacksonville area by mispronouncing Ponte Vedra as he detailed the three offices in Northeast It was something along the lines of Pohnta Veydra. Still, Valley is making a big commitment to Florida, as CNL is its second acquisition in the state in the past year. The company last year acquired Boca Ratonbased 1st United Bancorp Inc., which had 21 branches in Southeast and Central Florida, for $312 million. Lipkin said the integration of 1st United has met or exceeded the company s objectives. Before that deal, Valley was focused on the New York metropolitan area. Aside from its Florida offices, it has 161 branches in northern and central New Jersey and 43 in New York City and Long Island. It s our strategic vision at Valley to create what I like to refer to as a three-legged stool covering New Jersey, New York and Florida, Lipkin said. He hopes Valley can grow from about $20 billion in assets when it completes the acquisition of CNL to $25 billion, with one-third of its base in Valley s Florida strategy seems like a throwback to the 1980s, when interstate bank mergers were first allowed and many New York banks were anxious to get into Florida s lucrative markets. Of course, many Florida cities are populated with retirees and snowbirds who fled the New York area. It s interesting how many of our clients have homes in two or more of our markets, he said. Valley is hoping to complete the CNL acquisition in the fourth quarter this year. Basch... Continued on Page A-7 Public legal notices begin on page B-1 Published for 26,668 consecutive weekdays
2 Page A-2 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Did suspended Jacksonville attorney leave the country? Supreme Court disciplines 20 lawyers Special to the Daily Record Today 9 a.m. City Council Rules Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 2 p.m. City Council Transportation, Energy & Utilities Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber Tuesday, June 2 9 a.m. City Council Finance Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 2 p.m. City Council Recreation, Community Development, Public Health & Safety Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber 3 p.m. Taxation, Revenue & Utilization of Expenditures Commission Audit Committee, City Hall, Suite 425 The Florida Supreme Court disciplined 20 attorneys disbarring three, revoking the licenses of four, suspending 12 and publicly reprimanding one. One is from Jacksonville: Alma Celeste Defillo, 660 Park St., suspended effective immediately, until further order and until she fully responds in writing to official Florida Bar inquiries. Defillo failed to respond to Bar inquiries regarding two complaints. It appears she closed her office and left the country. Others are: Edward Mitchell Albrecht, Land O Lakes. The court on April 24 granted Albrecht a disciplinary revocation with leave to seek readmission after five years, subject to the continuing jurisdiction of the court. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Albrecht had charges pending regarding failure to diligently represent clients and failure to communicate with them. Robert F. Alsfelder Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio, suspended indefinitely, until further order. According to a petition for emergency suspension order, Alsfelder, who is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, appeared to be causing great public harm. He was suspended from practicing law in Ohio, but failed to notify The Florida Bar of his suspension, as required. David Joseph Berger, North Miami, suspended until further order. Berger was found in contempt for willful failing to respond to official Bar inquiries. Bernard F. Daley Jr., Tallahassee. The court granted Daley a permanent disciplinary revocation without leave to seek readmission. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Daley had numerous charges pending including, but not limited to. lack of diligence and communication and excessive billing. Tami Leigh Diebel, Winter Park, suspended for 91 days. While handling a civil matter, Diebel received a direct order from the court requiring her to provide an affidavit confirming the absence of any insurance coverage for her client and her client s minor child. Ms. Diebel provided the court with an affidavit from her client, however, the affidavit failed to disclose to the court the existence of a homeowners insurance policy that covered both her client and her client s minor child. Daniel Robert Doorakian, West Palm Beach, to be publicly reprimanded. Between November 2009 and July 2013, Doorakian has been arrested, convicted and sentenced in three driving under the influence cases in Palm Beach County. Obed Dorceus, Palm Coast, suspended for 91 days. Dorceus was found in contempt for failing to comply with the terms of a July 10, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, he was required to notify his clients, opposing counsel and tribunals of his suspension and provide to The Florida Bar within 30 days a sworn affidavit listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that he informed. Kallan Christopher Eslich, Sarasota. The court granted Eslich a permanent disciplinary revocation with leave to seek readmission after five years. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Eslich had several charges pending including those involving trust account violations and failure to diligently represent his clients. John Peter Friedrich Jr., Fort Lauderdale, suspended for 90 days. In the course of acting as attorney for a trust, Friedrich neglected to complete the matter for an extended period of time and failed to take necessary action that could have prevented certain delays with regard to charitable gifts. Additionally, he failed to properly communicate with the personal representative regarding the status of the case. Ronald Lamont Hardin, Zephyrhills, disbarred effective immediately. Hardin was found in contempt for failing to respond to official Bar inquiries. In September 2014, Hardin was placed on emergency suspension for misappropriating client trust funds. Marie Louise Henry, Lake Mary, suspended for six months. Additionally, prior to reinstatement, Henry is required to be evaluated by a mental health professional regarding her fitness to practice law. Henry made misrepresentations to the court and engaged in other conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice in two separate court matters. Marc Hoffman, Boca Raton. The court granted Hoffman a disciplinary revocation with leave to seek readmission after five years. Disciplinary revocation is equivalent to disbarment. Hoffman had a multitude of grievances pending, including those stemming from federal action shutting down the Hoffman Law Group, which engaged in a massive fraudulent operation that preyed on consumers and was run by non-lawyers who Hoffman failed to supervise. Public Meetings 4 p.m. Taxation, Revenue & Utilization of Expenditures Commission, City Hall, Suite p.m. City Council Land Use & Zoning Committee, City Hall, Council Chamber Wednesday, June 3 11:30 a.m. City Council Special Meeting of the Councilelect: Officer election, City Hall, Council Chamber Tuesday, June 9 1 p.m. City Council Member Public Meeting: District Transitioning, City Hall, Suite p.m. City Council, City Hall, Council Chamber David Evans Hunt, Portland, Maine, disbarred. This is a reciprocal discipline action. Hunt was also a member of the Maine State Bar Association. Hunt abandoned his office and clients in Maine. An audit revealed that client retainers had been deposited into the operating account instead of the trust account. Investigators subsequently learned that Hunt had become significantly impaired by substance abuse and had traveled to Maryland for inpatient treatment. He also received inpatient treatment in Maine. John Thomas Kennedy, Stuart, suspended for 20 months. An audit revealed Kennedy commingled his funds with client funds held in trust by failing to promptly remove earned funds. He failed to maintain minimum trust account records and he failed to follow all the required trust account procedures. At a deposition, it was learned that after suffering a series of health and financial problems, Kennedy closed his law firm and moved out of the country. Maurice Andrew Mooney, Bradenton, suspended until further order. According to a petition for emergency suspension, Mooney appeared to be causing great public harm by misappropriating client trust funds. Eugene Keith Polk, Pensacola, suspended for 91 days. After being retained, Polk failed to diligently represent a client in a criminal case and to adequately communicate with him. Polk failed to timely file the client s initial brief, but, after withdrawing as counsel, a public defender was appointed and the appeal was completed. James Herbert Rainey, West Palm Beach, disbarred. Rainey misappropriated client funds. Phillip Harding Taylor, St. Petersburg, suspended for one year. Taylor was found in contempt for violating the terms of his July 24, 2014, suspension order. Specifically, Taylor was required to notify his clients, opposing counsel and tribunals of his suspension and provide to the Florida Bar within 30 days a sworn affidavit listing the names and addresses of all persons and entities that he informed. Daniel Joshua Zemel, Miami Beach, suspended for one year. Zemel was found in contempt for violating the terms of a May 8, 2014, suspension order. He was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation ordered by Florida Lawyer s Assistance and comply with the treatment recommendation, including entering into a rehabilitation contract with FLA. Wednesday, June 10 9 a.m. Jacksonville Waterways Commission, City Hall, Council Chamber 3 p.m. Duval County Election Advisory Panel, City Hall, Don Davis Room Wednesday, June 17 9 a.m Value Adjustment Board, City Hall, Council Chamber Friday, June 19 9 a.m. Jacksonville Port Task Force, City Hall, Lynwood Roberts Room Hurricane season begins June 1. Do you have a disaster kit prepared, including bottled water, canned goods and batteries? Yes No Log on to and vote! *The results will be published each Wednesday for the prior week poll. The voting closes Sunday at midnight. Today Jacksonville Suns Montgomery Biscuits 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Tuesday, June 2 Downtown Top to Bottom Walking Tour 10 a.m. The Landing Adlibtours.com Jacksonville Suns Montgomery Biscuits 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Brit Floyd: Space and Time World Tour 8 p.m. Florida Theatre Floridatheatre.com Wednesday, June 3 Jacksonville Suns Montgomery Biscuits 1:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Art Walk 5-9 p.m. Hemming Park Iloveartwalk.com ArtFusion 5-8 p.m. Museum of Contemporary Art Mocajacksonville.org SPACE SPONSORED BY A New Leaf 6-9 p.m. Southlight Gallery Southlightgallery.com Thursday, June 4 Downtown Top to Bottom Walking Tour 10 a.m. The Landing Adlibtours.com Members Reception: Canary in the Coalmine 6-7 p.m. Museum of Contemporary Art Mocajacksonville.org Jacksonville Suns Montgomery Biscuits 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Friday, June 5 U.S. Open Pogopalooza 6 a.m.-8 p.m. Hemming Park Hemmingpark.org $5 Friday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Museum of Science & History Themosh.org GreenMarket 3:30-6:30 p.m. Hemming Park Hemmingpark.org Jacksonville Suns Montgomery Biscuits 7:05 p.m. Baseball Grounds Jaxsuns.com Real Estate Sale of the Day ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: Aquline Rd SALE PRICE: $340,000 MORTGAGE: $323,000 LENDING INSTITUTION: Regions Bank SELLER: Mary Lou Thomas BUYER: Peter M Borszich Jr DATE OF TRANSACTION: 5/15/2015 COMPILED BY DAILY RECORD STAFF. 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3 THE BAR BULLETIN Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-3 PROTECTING RIGHTS PURSUING JUSTICE PROMOTING PROFESSIONALISM All s well that ends well for president By Troy K. Smith The Jacksonville Bar Association President My fellow Jacksonville Bar Association members, I come to you this time as a lame-duck president but steadfast in commitment and duty. This is the 11th article I ve drafted as the president of The Jacksonville Bar Association and my final in that capacity. By far this has been the hardest article to write. This year has been trying but at the same time truly rewarding and satisfying, and I am honored to have had the opportunity to serve as your president. At the beginning of the term I came up a list of things I wanted to accomplish. The plan for the year included Lawyer Snapshot Zachary Altenbach major steps for the Bar and novel concepts. There were so many things that I planned to achieve. Some goals were accomplished, such as having a luncheon to benefit the Clara White Mission and keeping lunches to one hour. Others were not so easily accomplished, such as hosting a lunch with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and getting that U.S. Supreme Court Justice as a speaker. Nevertheless, it was a great year, full of extreme demands and great personal satisfaction. I learned a lot about people, how to negotiate difficult obstacles and issues, engaging others to action and cooperation. I also learned how to manage my most limited resource time. Balancing time between my Jacksonville Bar Association Name: Zachary Altenbach Age: 27 Family: Recently, I became the luckiest man in Jacksonville when I married my wife, Kathryn Jackson Altenbach. Pets: None Education: I received my J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2013 and my B.A. from the University of Florida in political science and history in Admitted to the Bar: Florida Bar, October 2013 Employed by: The Office of the Public Defender, 4th Judicial Circuit Field of practice: Criminal defense Professional organizations: The Jacksonville Bar Association and Christian Legal Society Community involvement: Active member of Hibernia at Hyde Park Baptist Church How did you become involved? My wife sings in the worship band. I was recruited to teach a Bible study group Wednesday nights. How can someone else become involved? The best way is to come to our Sunday morning service (10:30 a.m.) and just get plugged in. There are so many different community service projects going on there and we re always looking for more people willing to be active in serving the community. What have you learned/achieved through the experience? To be a positive influence, my focus and concern needs to be on others rather than myself. What was the last book you read or are reading? To be honest, when I have a free moment I am looking to catch the surf or paddle board if the waves are flat. Summer Judicial Reception & Swearing-In Ceremony Tuesday, June 16 5:30-8 p.m. Wells Fargo Center Lobby ~ One Independent Drive Please join us to celebrate members of the bench, the swearing-in of the incoming JBA president, president-elect and board of governors. Register now at jaxbar.org. duties, my practice and my family proved to be the most difficult task of the year. From attending naturalization ceremonies at the federal courthouse each month, to conducting and attending swearing-in ceremonies and investitures, to hosting the member luncheons and meeting the very interesting and diverse keynote speakers, to emceeing JALA s Equal Justice Awards and public access television shows to drafting these monthly articles, I have truly enjoyed my time as president of the Jax Bar. Hosting events and meeting thousands of people during the last year has been exceptional. Working closely with other volunteers to create new events such as the TPC at TPC has been equally rewarding. But all good things (depending upon your point of view) must come to an end. Just like The Late Night Show with David Letterman, Gator Basketball with Billy the Kid, Glee (never saw it really) Cougar Town (OK, once), Mad Men and Motley Crue (their final tour is called All Bad Things Must Come to an End coincidence?), my time for fun in the sun also has come to an end. The membership has spoken and new leadership was elected at our Law Day Luncheon and annual meeting Wednesday, May 13 at least it wasn t Friday the 13th. After the luncheon, featuring a fantastic keynote presentation from American Bar Association President William Hubbard, all of the votes were tallied and your new slate of leaders became official, subject only to swearing in at the JBA spring judicial reception and board swearing-in ceremony to be held at 6 p.m. June 16 at the Wells Fargo Building. Your new leader is President Giselle Carson, who will be loyally supported by President-elect Geddes Anderson. The newly elected board includes all of the incumbents that were running for re-election: Katie Dearing, Michael Bateh, Blane McCarthy and Lee Wedekind (s/k/a Lee Hubbard). Each incumbent has served the Bar faithfully for years and I am truly pleased that they were all re-elected. The lone non-incumbent to be elected is Charles Jimerson. If Charlie s leadership in organizing and hosting the Ehrlich Seminar this year is any indication, he will fit right in as another great member of the Board of Governors. Your new president and elected Board of Governors will do an exceptional job guiding the Bar in the coming year. OK this is it the last paragraphs of my term. In preparation for this article, I reflected upon prior articles drafted during prior years of service to the Bar. No longer will you have to read my nonsensical articles ranging from fishing in Barataria Bay to gushing about my beautiful wife and kids (in case you were wondering, Cinco was born April 9) to selling The Players. Smith In my initial article during this fiscal year, I identified several things that I wanted to accomplish and vowed not to wreck the car. It was all about the things I wanted to do. Along the way, I learned that serving as president of The Jacksonville Bar Association is not an I thing, but a we thing. Not only must it include all of my board members, who spend incredible amounts of time working through the day-to-day responsibilities of running your Bar association, but also the JBA staff, the past presidents and the membership. While many decisions have to be made quickly and independently, any major decision must be and is vetted by a devoted board that fully discusses and analyzes the pros and cons of any critical decision. I leaned heavily on past presidents of The Jacksonville Bar Association from whom I gained great insight, direction and support. I am thankful to all for the time devoted selflessly to the good of the Bar. With great support even though we had many sharp curves in the road and had to slam on the brakes several times we didn t wreck the car. Farewell to all, as president. I look forward to returning to normal Jacksonville Bar Association membership, spending more time with my family and making up for the last year largely spent practicing Bar rather than practicing law. YLS Noon in June Thursday 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Jacksonville Main Library It is that time of year again - time to register your law clerks for Noon in June Noon in June is a great way to get your law clerks acclimated to the various legal systems and people that make our local legal system work. Speakers will include Megha Parekh, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the Jacksonville Jaguars, LLC, The Honorable Gary Flower, County Court Judge, The Honorable Dawn Hudson, County Court Judge, The Honorable Patricia Barksdale, United States Magistrate Judge, John Guy, Assistant State Attorney, Matt Shirk, Public Defender, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid representatives and others. RSVP to Amanda Brooks at
4 Page A-4 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record THE BAR BULLETIN JBA Sponsors The Jacksonville Bar Association would like to thank our sponsors for their continued support throughout the year. Diamond Sponsors: Jacksonville Bank AON Affinity Gold Sponsors: Dex Imaging, Inc. Member Benefits, Inc. Silver Sponsors: Dixon Hughes PLLC OrangeLegal Participating Sponsors: Legal Art Works Bailey Publishing & Communications, Inc. legal Calendar The Jacksonville Bar Association (Susan Sowards, executive director, (904) or jaxbar.org.) Thursday: Noon in June, Main Branch Library, noon June 16: Summer judicial reception/swearing-in ceremony Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (Joshua Zmroczek, development director, (904) , ext. 314 or jaxlegalaid.org) Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (Susannah Collins, president, (904) or Website is jwla.org.) Wednesday: JWLA annual judicial reception, 5:30-7:30 p.m., The River Club. Theme is Justice for All. Tickets are $35 and available at jwla.org. Contact or harrisguidi.com for details. The Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers Section (Michelle Barnett, president, (904) or Jacksonville Association of Defense Counsel (Andrew Abramovich, president, (904) or Northeast Chapter, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys (Gene Nichols, president, (904) ) Jacksonville Asian American Bar Association (Shane Herbert, president, (904) or Northeast Florida Chapter of Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund Inc. (Holley Akers, (904) , or Michael O Rourke, (904) , co-chairs.) The group meets the first Friday of every month at 4:30 p.m. at The Mudville Grille in the St. Nicholas area. Federal Bar Association Jacksonville Chapter (Susanne Weisman, president, (904) The association s website is jacksonvillefederalbarassociation.org.) Christian Legal Society (Hollyn Foster, president, Luncheons are generally the third Thursday of the month at the First Baptist Church dining center (Laura and Ashley streets). For more information, Foster. Friday: Bible Study led by Judge Sharon Tanner, 8-8:50 a.m., The Southern Grill, 800 Flagler Ave. Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association (Robert Heekin Jr., president, (904) or Or, Jeanne Breault, lansingroy.com. The association s website is jaxbkybar.com.) June 10: Installation of officers, noon, The River Club. Aug. 21: Annual Seminar, Sawgrass Golf Resort and Spa. D.W. Perkins Bar Association (Stephen Smith, dwperkinsbar.com) General body meetings the first Thursday of every month. Catholic Lawyers Guild (Maria Aguila, president, (904) or Jacksonville Beaches Bar Association (Bryan Goode III, president, (904) ) Meets the third Thursday of the month at The Wine Bar at 320 N. First St. in Jacksonville Beach. Nassau County Bar Association (Robert Bernard, president, (904) or Jacksonville Chapter of Association of Legal Administrators (Elizabeth Locke, president; Erin Juzapavicus, president-elect) American Board of Trial Advocates Jacksonville Chapter (Scott Costantino, president, Jacksonville Justice Association (Fred Catfish Abbott, president. David Dunlap, vice president. Megan Abbott, executive director, (904) ) Legal Marketing Association Southeastern Chapter, Jacksonville City Group (Jessica Sloan, chair-elect, (904) or Northeast Florida Paralegal Association (Allison Alexis, president, at gmail.com or (904) ; Jeanne Riggen, first vice president, (904) or June 11: CLE informal luncheon, noon-1 p.m., BB&T Bank Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Register by June 8. Speaker is Mike Smith from Duval County Clerk of Court s office speaking about electronic courts. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. To RSVP, contact Jeanne Riggen, gmail.com. July 2: CLE informal luncheon, noon-1 p.m., BB&T Bank Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Register by June 8. Speaker is Jamie Ibrahim, director of intake at Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. Topic is JALA s impact on the community. Register by June 29. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. To RSVP or inquire, contact Jeanne Riggen, Aug. 6: CLE informal luncheon, noon-1 p.m. at BB&T Bank Building, 200 W. Forsyth St. Speaker is Sean Mulholland, owner of Mulholland Investigation talking about enhanced statement taking. All legal professionals are welcome to attend. To RSVP, contact Jeanne Riggen at com. Register by Aug. 2. September: Annual meeting, nomination of board members. Date and location to be announced. JBA Discount Provider The Jacksonville Bar Association has partnered with National Purchasing Partners to provide members discounts on many products and services. NPP negotiates the rates, and makes them available to Jacksonville Bar Association members. Membership with NPP is free, and there is no obligation to purchase. To access the savings, register at mynpp.com. Collaborative Family Law Group of NE Florida (Connie J. Byrd, president, (904) or Paralegal Association of Florida Inc., First Coast Chapter (Kim Schenkel, president, or (904) ; Jennifer Heape, first vice president, or; or fccpaf.org) June 17: Workhorse Wednesday luncheon and election of officers at The River Club. Speaker is George Gabel on the First Amendment. One hour of CLE credit pending. RSVP to gmail.com.com by June 11. Members are $20, nonmembers $25. June 25: Annual meeting and election of officers, membership drive and social, 5:30 p.m., Crowne Plaza. Heavy hors d oeuvres will be served and cash bar available. No CLE provided. RSVP to by June 22. Three Rivers Legal Services (Chardea Murray, pro bono coordinator, (904) ext. 7205, Association of Corporate Counsel, North Florida Chapter (Harvey Granger, president, com, acc.com/chapters/nfl) This directory includes contact information and news from area legal associations. Every effort has been made to obtain accurate information and any corrections will be appreciated. Information for this directory should be submitted to or faxed to (904) If your association is not included, call David Chapman at (904) The Young Lawyers Section Annual Meeting Thursday 5-7:30 p.m. Candy Apple Cafe 400 North Hogan Street ~ 3rd Floor RSVP online at jaxbara.org. On-site voting will be available from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Election results will be announced at the meeting. Don t wait in line to Vote! The Young Lawyers Section on-line election began on Monday, May 25, and will end Wednesday. On-site voting will take place at the YLS Annual Meeting from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The link for voting can be found at jaxbar.org. Be there when they come looking! 78% of adults use the internet 94% of college-educated adults use the internet 97% of adults with a household income of $75,000 or more use the internet Jacksonville Find a Lawyer.org/attorneys The foremost online consumer resource for local lawyer and legal information - brought to you by The Jacksonville Bar Association. Contact Tony Adams at or Additional details can be found on The Jacksonville Bar website at jaxbar.org President Troy K. Smith... Rogers Towers, P.A. President-elect Giselle Carson...Marks Gray, P.A. Editorial Committee Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Trimmer... Ansbacher Law Board Of Governors Fraz Ahmed...The Law Offices of Eric S. Block Michael F. Orr...Dawson & Orr Geddes D. Anderson, Jr.....Murphy & Anderson Lee D. Wedekind III... Smith, Hulsey & Busey Michael Bateh.... 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5 Family law attorneys assist hundreds annually THE BAR BULLETIN Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-5 A dream come true By Kathy Para The JBA Pro Bono Committee Chair Sometimes it s good to look back at where you ve been. The Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Family Law Group Information Clinics are reaching more people than ever before, providing legal help and advice to those in need all across the 4th Circuit. In 2014, more than 700 people seeking guidance in family law matters found direction and encouragement in Clay, Duval and Nassau group information clinics. JALA s family law clinics provide local attorneys with worthwhile pro bono opportunities and provide legal services to those who would otherwise be turned away. Attendance numbers have climbed steadily each year since the clinics start: from 311 in 2011, exceeding 450 in 2012, and nearly 600 in In 2014, more than 700 people were served. This illustrates the growing need for family law guidance in the 4th Circuit. The clinics in 2015 continue to assist growing numbers. Attorneys are able to provide their expertise free of charge, with two private attorneys leading each clinic. Each topic is presented monthly and clinics cover the following family law topics: dissolution of marriage, paternity/timeshare custody, and child support modification. Clinics in Duval have been offered since 2011 thanks to the assistance and leadership of pro bono attorney, Marla Buchanan. Clinics in Clay and Nassau counties started in 2012, thanks to pro bono attorneys Lisa Dasher and Valerie Faltemier, respectively. Duval clinics are held at the downtown JALA offices, while Clay and Nassau clinics are held at the Clay County Public Library and in the Nassau County Courthouse. In addition to the clinics offered in the 4th Circuit, the St. Johns County office of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid also offers pro bono assistance to pro se family law litigants in the 7th Circuit. Each year, JALA receives thousands of family law requests and questions. Staff and pro bono attorneys are not able to represent all meritorious matters. The family law group information clinics provide education, empowerment and encouragement to those who will resolve their matters pro se. The clinics provide each participant with a packet that includes pro se forms, information on how to get additional forms, and guidance on where and how to file a case. The clinics give local attorneys a chance to provide legal guidance to those who would not otherwise receive it and to participate in a meaningful pro bono opportunity. Sincere thanks are extended to those who have donated their time to schedule and organize these clinics: Marla Buchanan, Valerie Faltemier, Lisa Dasher, Sarah Sullivan, Rusty Mead, Jonathan Zisser, Susannah Collins, Aaron Irving, Amy Grass-Gilmore, Demere Mason, Xavier Saunders, Rachel Rall, Stacey DeVall, Julie Anna Rountree, Dana Dorrell, Paul Dick, Christie Guerrero, Shawn DeVries, Chanda Rogers, Bruce Landrum, Bruce Talcott, LaRae Hendrix, Laura Gapske, Roger Cruce, Joseph Wiggins, Michelle Sweatland, Jacqueline Green, Damon Pichoff and Rosa De La Cruz Price. Students from Florida Coastal and other community volunteers serve as Family Law Clinic Assistants. Their duties include preparing packets, checking in the attendees, and assisting with latecomers. Clinic assistant volunteers included: Sandy Connolly, Sonya Cohen, Kimberli Trader, Sue McGlothlin, Victoria Gammill, Vanessa Valencia, Shamauria Walton, Jocelyn Jones Jefferson, Juliana Cortes, Ebony Willis and Jessica McClure. The 2015 Family Law Clinic schedulers and organizers continue their work and a very special thanks is extended to them for supporting this vital service for those in need of family law guidance: Valerie Faltemier, Chanda Rogers, Lisa Dasher and Sarah Sullivan. For information on pro bono opportunities throughout the Fourth Judicial Circuit and beyond, contact Kathy Para, chair, The JBA Pro Bono Committee, at jaxlegalaid.org. Have you changed firms recently? Sign-in at jaxbar.org to update your contact information. Lawyer Referral Service Attorneys Needed The JBA Lawyer Referral Service is seeking new attorneys for the upcoming year, we welcome all applicants, but most in need of those handling Medical Mal-Practice and Social Security Disability issues. Please feel free to contact Tony Adams at the Bar office, (904) with any questions you may have about the service. The requirements for Med Mal and Personal Injury attorneys are as follows : Attorneys on this panel will be referred personal injuries or tort actions with potential damages greater than $5, Personal injury law includes all matters related to tort claims against persons or entities, including negligence matters, personal injury claims, property, wrongful death cases, and all forms of accidents. Within the course of the lawyer s career, members of this panel must have completed five jury trials and over the past immediate three (3) years the lawyer s practice must be at least thirty (30%) percent personal injury. Addison, a 4-year-old cancer survivor, celebrates at her Dream Party on May 8. Through her treatment, Addison has remained a vibrant and joyful young girl. The Jacksonville Bar Association Law Week Committee sponsored Addison s Disney Dream. She was particularly excited about the prospect of meeting Queen Elsa of Arendelle from Frozen. 14 seek judgeship Fourteen candidates applied with the 4th Judicial Circuit Nominating Commission for the vacancy created by the retirement of Circuit Judge David Wiggins. The candidates are: Garrett N. Barket Michael L. Bryant Katie L. Dearing Angela Matthews Gale John I. Guy Joanna G. Houser James Demere Mason II Stacey Myers Anthony P. Penoso Otto D. Rafuse Mark A. Sieron Gerald Wilkerson Gary L. Wilkinson facebook.com/jacksonville.bar Pro Bono Assistance Needed Go to jaxlegalaid.org Click on Cases Awaiting Placement with Pro Bono Attorneys (Cases are identified by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Northeast Florida Medical Legal Partnership, Three Rivers Legal Services and the Veterans Legal Collaborative) Special to the Daily Record Cyrus Patrick Zomorodian The commission is seeking comments regarding the qualifications of the applicants from the public and members of the bench and Bar. 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6 Page A-6 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record By Karen Brune Mathis Managing Editor The Church of Eleven22 intends to open Hope s Closet Thrift in the fall in the former Winn-Dixie space near the church at Beach Boulevard and San Pablo Road. Hope s Closet General Manager Corie Whidden said the church is targeting August for the opening. The overall vision for the space is as a Community Transformation Center that helps to support the church s local and global ministry partners. The thrift store will sell clothing and home goods as well as new items from its ministry partners, including Rethreaded, Okoa Refuge, McKenzie Noelle Wilson Foundation, The Carry Cross and Alfies Clothing. For example, Rethreaded s merchandise includes headbands, scarves and necklaces made by women who are learning skills after lives of addiction, violence, human trafficking and prostitution. Whidden said Hope s Closet will take about 23,000 square feet of the almost 47,000-square-foot former grocery store with the remainder envisioned to become the Community Transformation Center. The thrift store is phase one and the church continues to work out details. We have been praying about that space as a church and trying to figure out where God is directing us as to how to support our community, she said. Whidden said the mission is to glorify God by providing afford- able merchandise in a dignified retail setting that will allow us to disciple people, fund the Transformation Center s programs, and promote and support our ministry partners. Church volunteers will staff the store and Whidden hopes to create a community outreach volunteer program that would allow church members to help teach life skills, such as customer service. Future programs under consideration include counseling and job training. This is more than just a retail space. It s more of a connection with the community, she said. Donations are being accepted at the site from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. More information is at coe22.com/ hopescloset. The church seeks donations of gently used clothing for men, women and children; shoes and handbags; furniture, electronics, small appliances and home goods; toys and bikes; and books, DVDs and CDs. However, it does not accept liquid items, auto parts, used mattresses, bed pillows, food, large appliances, clothes with holes or stains, or undergarments or bathing suits. The Church of Eleven22 is at Beach Blvd., suite 2. The thrift store will be at suite 44. Landscape architect Janet O. Whitmill submitted site plans to the city. Bradley Bowen Development Inc. is the (904) Photos provided by the Techtronics Media. Eleven22 to open Hope s Closet Thrift Members of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association with attorney Benjamin Crump, seated and second from left, who served as the keynote speaker for the group s annual foundation banquet. Top row from left: U.S. District Judge Brian Davis; Reginald Estell; William Donley; LaShonda Holloway; Gerald Stewart; Regenal Reeves; Joni Poitier; Tammy Butler; Noel Lawrence; Chardea Murray; Sheldon Vann; LaFonda Middleton; Amber Donley; Felicia Wilcox; Lerone Thurston; and Duval County Judge Lester Bass. Bottom row, from left: Craig Gibbs; Crump; Walter Bell; Latasha Garrison-Fullwood; Stephen Smith; Leslie Jean-Bart; and Dexter Davis. D.W. Perkins Bar honors contest, scholarship winners From staff The D.W. Perkins Bar Foundation hosted its annual banquet last month Downtown at the Omni. The Social Action: Be the Change You Want to See theme featured elementary, middle and high school students competing in an essay contest along with seven Florida Coastal School of Law graduating students receiving Florida Bar preparation scholarships totaling more than $5,000. During the event, the foundation recognized community change agents, including Duval County Court Judge Pauline Drake and Angela Nixon of the Moxie Group. The keynote speaker was Ben- jamin Crump, who represented the family of Trayvon Martin. The D.W. Perkins Bar Association was known as the Colored Lawyers Association until 1968, when it changed its name to honor attorney Daniel Webster Perkins, a civil rights proponent and community leader. The foundation started in 1995 to provide scholarships. Orlando soccer team to privately pay for stadium From The News Service of Florida Soccer franchise Orlando City is going forward with plans for a downtown soccer-only stadium, privately paying for a project that has been waiting months for state lawmakers to act on a funding package for stadium-construction projects. Orlando City majority owner Flavio Augusto da Silva announced Friday that the first year Major League Soccer franchise, which is drawing more than 37,000 people per match, will build a 25,000- to 28,000-seat stadium. We ll fund this project 100 percent privately, Augusto da Silva announced during a livestreamed media event. This is a big signal of how we believe in this city, how we believe in this community, how we believe in these people and this marketplace and these fans. The goal is to start building as soon as possible so the stadium can open next summer, he added. Orlando and Orlando City have been among four projects seeking legislative approval to receive sales-tax dollars for construction or renovation. However, the odds continue to dwindle that the money will get approved. Lawmakers had set aside a $7 million pot of money for stadium projects in Applications were submitted from Orlando, Daytona International Speedway, Sun Life Stadium, which houses the Miami Dolphins, and EverBank Field in Jacksonville. But lawmakers ended this spring s legislative session without approving money for any of the projects. Orlando City had been planning an $85 million stadium that would seat 19,500, with the hope of receiving an additional $30 million from the state to expand the seating. 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7 3-D Continued from front page Josh Weinberger with a few 3-D models he created for his business in Downtown Jacksonville. ExEcutivE SuitE ProfESSionalS Weinberger plans to return to law school next fall. jury just how bad the injury was, he said. Weinberger s latest project is replicating an abscess that his client said should have been discovered by physicians. The doctor said it s the largest abscess he s ever seen, Weinberger said of the Alabama case. A Kissimmee native, Weinberger is the son of a medical doctor and an attorney, and the stepson of a retired federal judge. His sister recently joined his mother s law firm. Practicing law is almost inevitable, he said. But law school began inauspiciously for Weinberger. He was forced from the classroom for two years after flunking a course in his second semester at Stetson. Aiming to re-enter law school in fall 2016, Weinberger began a Forge internship last fall. One of his first jobs was for a Maryland forensics instructor who wanted to replicate a bullet entering and exiting a wall. I got to thinking: why not use 3-D printing in medical malpractice and in litigation in general, especially with today s scanning capabilities? he said. 3-D Printed Evidence was quickly created as an alliance of Weinberger s interests and Forge s expertise, said Forge cofounder, Bryce Pfanenstiel. The creative potential of our industry is overwhelming at first, so it helps to provide some direction to newcomers and support their technical needs, Pfanenstiel said. Before venturing with Forge, Weinberger did not have experience with graphic arts; rather, he was driven to the Forge collaboration by his interest in intellectual property, copyright and patent disputes. 3-D printing and the law have always been strange bed partners, from Cody Wilson s 3-D printed gun to an array of intellectual property disputes, Weinberger said. Wilson is a gun-rights activist whose organization, Defense Distributed, publishes designs of working plastic guns that can be downloaded and reproduced by anyone with a 3-D printer. Indeed, Weinberger said he s particularly intrigued by the testy relationship between 3-D printing and intellectual property rights. While there are numerous ways to violate intellectual property rights copyrights, patents and trademarks the proverbial jury is out regarding the repercussions of using 3-D printers. 3-D printers do not take away intellectual property rights any more than computers grant them, Weinberger said. But they do provide an opportunity for people to re-examine old assumptions about how the system works. Weinberger said that while medical malpractice attorneys can particularly benefit from his work, demonstrating injuries in vehicular crashes may ultimately be his most significant niche. I think that is the highest potential because when you are Executive Business Center Full Service All-Inclusive Office space with synergy. Bigger image for your company without the bigger price tag. Schedule a tour today! showing the jurors a model, you are showing them something that is real. 3-D evidence gives jurors the advantage of tactile perception it s something they can see and feel, he said. To further market his business, Weinberger intends to exhibit at Bar association and other events, including a national trial lawyer conference. He showcased his work at Jacksonville s One Spark, which he said was only mildly successful for him because the audience was not targeted enough. He concedes he has much to learn. Weinberger said he and a client were particularly pleased with a model he recently built to demonstrate the gradient levels of a Houston neighborhood. The area is the subject of a civil dispute due to flooding in the area. Really, that topographical model just shows that the potential with 3-D Printed Evidence is unlimited, he said. Pfanenstiel agrees. I believe Josh is in a position to become a leader in the evidentiary model industry as it develops, he said. 301 W. Bay Street ~ 14th Floor Jacksonville, FL Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-7 Basch Photos by Kevin Hogencamp Continued from front page Analyst downgrades Regency Centers Credit Suisse Securities analyst Ian Weissman downgraded his rating on Regency Centers Corp. from neutral to underperform last week, mainly because the Jacksonville-based shopping center developer has been outperforming its peers recently. Regency is a high-quality company and management team, but we think its current relative valuation more than reflects that. The company posted fine firstquarter results, but not necessarily any better than what we were expecting, Weissman said in a report. The downgrade was part of an overall re-evaluation of real estate investment trust stocks by Credit Suisse analysts. Regency has produced a total return (stock price appreciation plus dividends) of 3.1 percent so far this year, while the entire group of strip REITs covered by Credit Suisse has produced a negative return of 1.4 percent. However, Weissman is projecting Regency s total return to be about 6 percent over the next 12 months, below the firm s forecast for other strip REITs. Looking forward, one thing we have a hard time with is figuring out what the identifiable catalyst for Regency will be to drive outperformance, he said. While they are great developers, we don t see Regency either ramping up their development pipeline going forward nor do we see them driving outsized earnings/net asset value growth in the existing pipeline, he said. While Regency s stock may lag, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst Ki Bin Kim sees the overall outlook for shopping center REITs as very strong. Landlords, tenants and brokers all sounded exuberant regarding retail real estate demand. Development and redevelopment seemed to be high on people s minds given the amount of new store openings planned by retailers, Kim said in a research note after attending an International Council of Shopping Centers conference. While we haven t seen significant development creep back into the sector, based on our conversations, we think it has become a more likely prospect compared to last year, he said. Black Knight IPO nets $479 million Black Knight Financial Services Inc. last week said that the underwriters of its initial public offering exercised their option to purchase 2.7 million additional shares of stock. That means Black Knight sold a total of 20.7 million shares in the IPO at $24.50 each. The Jacksonville-based mortgage technology and analytics company received about $479.3 million in proceeds from the offering after underwriting fees. The shares sold in the IPO were Class A shares. Fidelity National Financial Inc. retains majority voting control of Black Knight after the sale through ownership of nearly all of Black Knight s Class B shares, which have greater voting power than the Class A shares. According to the final prospectus issued by Black Knight for the IPO, Fidelity has 54.5 percent of the voting power of the company. Black Knight s stock received a strong reception on Wall Street, trading above its IPO price since the stock hit the market on May 20 and reaching as high as $28.72 last week. Fenix IPO gets mixed reception Another IPO with ties to Jacksonville had a more mixed response from its stock sale last month. Fenix Parts Inc. went public by selling 13.8 million shares of stock at $8 each, which was lower than its hoped-for price range of $9 to $11 a share. On the bright side, the stock has traded higher since it hit the market three weeks ago, trading as high as $ Fenix is a Miami-based company that operates eight businesses engaged in the recycling and resale of automotive products, including a Jacksonville company called GO Auto Recycling. The company s executives owned 45 percent of the company before the IPO but after selling shares to the public, the officers stake was reduced to 13.2 percent, according to its prospectus. Fenix trades on the Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol FENX. SunGard Data considering IPO Another company with local ties is considering an IPO, but it hasn t filed any plans yet. Pennsylvania-based SunGard Data Systems Inc. announced last month that its parent company, SunGard Capital Corp., is considering an IPO this year, but gave no other details. SunGard made the announcement after The Wall Street Journal and other financial news outlets reported an IPO may be in the works. SunGard was formerly publicly traded but was acquired by a group of private equity firms for $11 billion in According to the Journal, that deal ushered in a new wave of big buyouts that only lasted a couple of years before the financial crisis shut down that market. The Journal story said SunGard is looking at a market value of about $7 billion in its IPO. SunGard is a financial software company with annual revenue of $2.8 billion. It has had operations in Jacksonville since acquiring a local computer services firm called Corbel & Co. in Flowers Foods reported interested in more Hostess brands Two years after acquiring Hostess Brands Inc. s bread business in a bankruptcy court auction, Flowers Foods Inc. may be interested in adding Hostess snack cake business, according to a report in the New York Post last week. When Hostess businesses were sold off by the court, the snack cake business, including the iconic Twinkies brand, was bought by a private equity group led by Apollo Global Management for $410 million. Now that group is looking to profit by selling the business for about $2 billion, with Flowers one of the bidders, the Post said. That report came out the same day as Flowers first-quarter earnings report, so an analyst asked CEO Allen Shiver about it during the company s conference call. Shiver declined to comment. Thomasville, Ga.-based Flowers, which already operates one bread bakery in Jacksonville, acquired a Hostess bakery on the Northside and 19 other Hostess bread facilities. It has not done anything with the former Hostess bread bakery at 201 Busch Drive E., which employed 128 people when it was shut down in 2012 as Hostess filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Flowers reported earnings for the first quarter ended April 25 were unchanged from last year at 29 cents a share. Sales fell 0.7 percent to $1.15 billion.
8 Page A-8 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Festival of Hope packs arena As Tasha Cobbs performs on stage, believers gather on the floor of the Veterans Memorial Arena during Franklin Graham s Festival of Hope. Tens of thousands filled the arena over the weekend. Photos by Fran Ruchalski Graham holds several festivals around the world each year. He has five more this year, in cities such as Oklahoma City, Okla., and Tokyo. He has been president of the evangelistic association that carries the name of his father, the Rev. Billy Graham, since Mayor Alvin Brown introduces Franklin Graham on Sunday at the festival, which ran Friday-Sunday. Believers gather together on the floor of the arena to show their belief in Jesus Christ. Graham talks to some of the more than 500 people who dedicated their lives to Jesus Christ during the event. A veteran of many Graham family preaching events across the country, Charlie Daniels and his band closed out the festival with a performance that included Amazing Grace mixed in with some of his secular favorites.
9 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-9 Downtown becomes giant slip-and-slide Thousands of people took a ride on the Urban Slide, set up on Market Street in Downtown Jacksonville on Saturday. Photos by Bobby King Kasper Wojdat rode the first big float down the slide. Chum, mascot of the Jacksonville Sharks, has a little fun. Corey Chevalier helps a slider get over the hump. Amethyst Steuer enjoys the ride. Saran Nhiev was one of the first down the slide. Blake Larsen, 11, gets a running start and flies into a slide.
10 Page A-10 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Success Continued from front page Leadership style It is one of encouraging people to in fact lead. Someone said a good leader is a person who grooms others to lead. My leadership style is to give people the room to do just that. Could you describe your childhood? I grew up in a matriarchal environment with my grandmother as a leader of the family and her four daughters, one of them my mother. They provided guidance to eight grandchildren. My grandmother, it was quite clear to everybody that she was the queen of the castle. I often say if I could live life again, it would be to be my grandmother. She was a woman with a lot of integrity. I remember my childhood as being one of encouragement, of being let loose to think independently, to explore and experiment, to learn from those experiences, and to be encouraged about education. Students at Valor ACAdemy I feel optimistically about the cohort of boys and those that will follow as we work on providing a vehicle to learn and grow in an environment that is conducive for learning. I have great expectations for what they will be as leaders in our community and to our country. FAMILY I think it s the Lord s design that we would have the leadership structure that we had and the presence of my grandmother and my aunts and my mother. Working at Barnett Bank I was trying to avoid a high school friend who was encouraging me to do something else and I had no desire to do it. To get away from him, I walked into Barnett Bank and landed a job and that job grew into a career that I have just been in love with ever since. Downtown It s the central point for the metropolitan area. It ought to be a place where we live and we can find entertainment and we can feel safe in the environment, enjoy the river, enjoy mingling with one another and we can boast about the great city where we live. How did that lead to a long career in finance? It didn t lead to it at all quite frankly. I had no desire to be in a world of finance as a youngster. I had this growth spurt in about the ninth grade. I grew from being short to not being so short. I never think of myself that way, but I jumped up from probably 5-6 to 5-8 and thought I was going to keep growing. My great desire was to be offensive center or right guard for the Green Bay Packers. I haven t grown an inch since the ninth grade. So I had to come to the great realization that I was never going to be Fuzzy Thurston or Jerry Kramer, but I still wanted to be close to athletics. I had a great desire to be a professional athletic trainer, but I just happened to graduate from high school in the midst of the Vietnam War and I ended up volunteering for military duty rather than waiting on the draft in my freshman year of college. When I came back home four years later, determined to go back to school and determined to work a year to save money before going off to the University of Florida, probably majoring in physical therapy, I discovered Barnett Bank and fell in love with the place, the people, the atmosphere and the frontier that it offered for somebody like me to learn that skill and to become a commercial banker. Barnett Bank was very encouraging of community service and you have developed a very strong track record. How did that come about? It was an organization whose culture was one of community service. The bank encouraged all of us to get involved in the community. They allowed you time for those involvements and made a financial investment in them as well. Wherever I am or whatever I m doing vocationally, I don t allow it to diminish my engagement in my community. You now are involved in creating two charter schools. The idea of the two charter schools, particularly the one for boys, is an outgrowth of a concern about where African-American boys are in our community and then what we should be doing. We convened the community around something called the Urban Education Symposium to start a level of discourse that didn t exist in our community about urban education, and more particularly how that is impacting African-American boys. One of those ideas was this Photo by Karen Brune Mathis Cleve Warren became CFO of Florida State College at Jacksonville in June 2013, which was 39 years after his career in finance began at Barnett Bank of Jacksonville. First Coast Success: Cleve Warren The Daily Record interviewed Warren for First Coast Success, a regular segment on the awardwinning 89.9 FM flagship First Coast Connect program, hosted by Melissa Ross. These are edited excerpts from the interview. The interview is scheduled for broadcast this morning and will replay at 8 p.m. on the WJCT Arts Channel or at wjctondemand.org. concept of gender-based education. We actually would have preferred that the school board accepted the idea but for lack of patience we decided to drive on with the concept but lo and behold, there were others not just in our community but nationally who were interested in helping with that. Just last year we opened the doors at Valor Academy of Leadership. There are roughly 140 or so boys there. They are learning a lot both academically and culturally. There also is a school for girls. The research says without the competition of boys and girls in the same environment, they tend to do better. So we re continuing the experiment with young ladies. It will open in August. We think we ll have just a huge outpouring of young women or families interested in attending at the Virtue Academy. You grew up in Jacksonville and attended William M. Raines High School. It was a blessing to have been there when Andrew Robinson was principal. Dr. Robinson s name is also on my undergradu- Success... Continued Page A-11 There is one, and only one, Magnus Research Consultants. Other companies may have similar names, but only Magnus has been providing excellent litigation research services to attorneys since Magnus: Based in Florida, co-owned by Floridians, and THE Florida expert in the human dynamics of litigation for mediation, arbitration, jury and bench trials. (954)
11 Success Continued from page A-10 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-11 John Baker II Tiger Academy board member Cleve is the most dedicated person I know regarding closing the achievement gap in public education. By the grace of God he is also the most talented ambassador of the cause. Hugh H. Jones Jr. Retired Barnett Bank of Jacksonville chair/ceo I knew he would do well. He just came in and wanted to work hard and got ahead working hard. I always had a group of five or six that if I ever left the bank to start a new one, I would take them with me. He was one of them. Deborah Moore Leadership Jacksonville board president Cleve embodies the true meaning and spirit of community trustee. His self-less, meaningful contributions to the youth in our community has a lasting impact on the participants and Jacksonville as a whole. Cynthia Bioteau Florida State College at Jacksonville president Cleve Warren leads by blending a strong cultural sensitivity with savvy financial skills, providing a firm foundation for the open access mission of our college. BARBARA Darby Profectus Learning Systems secretary He has used his talents and the wide network of business and personal partners to benefit the most needy in this community with no desire for personal gain or acclaim. Cleve is someone who gets the job done. Warren is chief financial officer of Florida State College at Jacksonville. Photos by Karen Brune Mathis ate degree from UNF; he was the interim president when I graduated there. The environment at Raines was one of expectation of excellence. Vince Lombardi would say that perfection is impossible to achieve but in the chase for perfection we can catch excellence. That was Dr. Robinson s approach to how to motivate almost 3,000 young people at Raines High School. It was the setup to encourage young people to believe that they could do anything. It was also the time that we lived in a segregated environment where everybody at Raines High School, everybody in my neighborhood, everybody at my church, looked like me. I encountered other people passing them on the highway on the dividing lines that separated us as a community. Those dividing lines don t exist anymore and I do have to cross them and go back and forth when crossing the bridge from the community I grew up in to the one I m in today. But I have a passion for the restoration for the pursuit of excellence. And if I have to do that by separating ourselves in the form of a Valor or Virtue Academy then so be it. Dr. Robinson was on the right track about how to encourage young people and to give them hope and the belief in self that they could do whatever the heck it is they wanted to do. But to do that required some preparation. There was some responsibility; personal responsibility you had to accept. I left there with that. And I ve never lost it. Today I still wear my Raines High School class ring to remind me of that experience and what my responsibility is to my community as a result of it. Your career has focused on Jacksonville, but you spent a few years in North Carolina. Back in the 70s- 80s, growing up in Barnett Bank and Wachovia Bank was perceived as the Good Housekeeping Seal if you worked there for a while. I left Barnett Bank in 1982 and spent some time with Wachovia and it was a great experience. I think I grew tremendously in the short period of time I was there and it contributed to later when I returned to Barnett Bank to the value added that I could bring to an organization like Barnett. I loved the folks at Barnett Bank, one, for giving me opportunity to learn the business and two, for exposing me to the community at large and challenging my growth in a way that I just could not have envisioned, couldn t have structured on my own. Hugh Jones, Roland Kennedy, Albert Ernest. They were just treasures. Whatever I am doing today they are contributors to it, as was Virginia Lewis, my grandmother. How would you describe your leadership style? It is one of encouraging people to, in fact, lead. Someone said a good leader is a person who grooms others to lead. My leadership style is to give people the room to do just that. They are gifted generally with some capacity professionally and intellectually and you want to give them the room to exercise that and to groom them and to give them exposure. That s what happened to me in the Barnett organization. I recall occasions when my mentor, Hugh Jones, would drag me to places and leave me to swim, but it was good for me to be comfortable talking to the people, to have conversations about subject matter that was important to their businesses, to our community and to our bank. Do you have any advice for community leaders today? It all has to do with being courageous. There is still much to do in our community, particularly when it comes to how we bring people together around the difficult causes. Too often we subject ourselves to group think when the time has come, maybe even past due, for us to be independent thinkers, to be courageous enough to step out of the box and to say to hell with the group think, here s where it really needs to happen in our community and let s stand up for what is right to do. If we have more people like that who are willing to let the goodness in them be the basis of their actions, we could take a leap as a community. What else would you like to share? 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Cleve Warren s office at Florida State College at Jacksonville features the work Buffalo Soldiers: Advance as Skirmishers, Charge! by Frank C. McCarthy. It features a quote by retired Army Gen. Colin Powell, the first African-American of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Powell dedicated the Buffalo Soldiers Monument at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., in 1992.
12 Page A-12 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record 50 years ago this week State legislation calls for independent audit of city finances Have you ever wondered what life was like in Jacksonville half a century ago? It was a different era of history, culture and politics but there are often parallels between the kind of stories that made headlines then and today. As interesting as the differences may be, so are the similarities. These are some of the top stories from this week in The items were compiled from the Jacksonville Public Library s periodical archives by Staff Writer Max Marbut. Legislation that would increase salaries for elected officials was introduced in the state House and Senate. If enacted and signed by Gov. Haydon Burns: The mayor s annual salary would increase from $15,000 to $16,500. City Council members salary would go from $300 to $400 a month and their expense allowance would increase from $75 to $100 per month. Annual salary for members of the City Commissioners would jump from $9,900 to $11,500. The Clerk of the Criminal Court of Record would get a bump from $12,000 to $13,000 annually. A bill providing for an external audit of the City of Jacksonville was filed in the Legislature. The bill was introduced on the recommendation of City Commissioner Dallas Thomas and City Auditor John Hollister. The audit would be made by an independent certified public accountant. In the event the city did not, on its own initiative, provide for the audit, the state auditor would perform the external review. The bill also provided for changing the structure of the Office of Special Auditor for City Council so the law would more closely coincide with the duties as fiscal adviser to council. Delegation members said they felt strongly that council needed expert financial advice. A storm of protest over the new county property assessments hit the County Commission the first day new tax notices began to be received by property owners. Under an order from Circuit Judge William Durden, all property was reassessed for the 1965 tax roll based on fair market value. Durden ruled many parcels in the county were undervalued on the tax rolls. Commission Secretary Percy Smith received requests for protest forms on 818 parcels of real property and the courthouse switchboard was jammed by stunned and mostly irate taxpayers. Bob Harris, commission chair, said he stayed on the phone all day and night trying to explain the situation to constituents. He said his fellow commissioners and other public officials were doing the same. A spokesman for the Tax Assessor s Office said most of the protests appeared to be coming from people who would be paying ad valorem taxes for the first time. And it wasn t just the general public. Duval County School Board member Martinez Baker said the inequities of the past apparently were continuing, at least in his case. I bought an electric shop for $7,500 in 1953 and have put in $3,500 in improvements. That s $11,000 invested, he said. Today they assessed the shop at more than $23,000. One of the county s biggest taxpayers, Don Tredinnick, who owned the Jax Liquors chain of package stores, said the assessments placed on many of his holdings skyrocketed. But, he said, the new figures were pretty much in line with what he paid for his parcels of land, an indication of some of the assessing inequities ordered remedied. I have one piece of land 160 acres in Arlington that I paid $160,000 for. It was on the rolls last year for only $8,100. They have raised it to $162,500, he said. Without the reassessment, Tredinnick said, his Thunderbird Motel in Arlington would have been assessed at $500,000. He received a 1965 assessment placing the property s value at $1.7 million. But I m not going to complain. The money is needed for our schools and many other things, he said. T. Jeff Davis, a member of the Duval Area Planning Board, reported a lot of grumbling in the Mandarin-Loretto area and he was one of the grumblers. He said he paid no taxes in 1964 after deducting the $5,000 homestead exemption although his home was on 25 undeveloped acres. Davis was surprised when he opened his 1965 assessment and discovered the property assessed at $25,000. In response to the notices, the Greater Loretto Improvement Association adopted a resolution protesting the amended assessing policy, particularly on vacant land that was not producing revenue for the owners. Davis said he knew a lot of people who would have to sell many acres in order to pay their tax bills. Landon High School s 250 seniors the last for the school held their final class meeting and passed along some of the most proud possessions of the 38-year-old school. Students turned over a couple of their sports trophies to two of their long-standing rivals Lee and Jackson high schools. To Lee, the school gave its trophy for winning the 1955 Big 10 Football Championship. It was accepted by H.K. Smith, president of Lee s Class of Landon s 1957 Big 10 Basketball Championship trophy was accepted by Mayor Lou Ritter, a member of the Jackson Class of The final roar for the Landon Lions was scheduled June 12, when 5,000 of the school s 7,000 alumni were expected to attend a reunion at the Coliseum. Aerojet General Shipyards Inc. learned ship construction activities would not have to be moved under a shed when the City Commission granted permission to move the shed over the ships. Commissioners approved a variance to the city building code to allow construction of a work building on rails that could be moved over the construction ways. A spokesman for the company said the shed would be 90 feet by 140 feet. It would permit uninterrupted construction of vessels in heavy rain and inclement weather and thus avoid construction delays. Also approved by the commission was a $750 fund transfer to make up a deficit in the city Health Department budget to purchase rat poison. City Commission awarded a $478,400 contract for reconstruction of the stands in back of the north end zone of the Gator Bowl to William E. Arnold Co. The project would add 10,000 seats to the 50,000-seat stadium. The contract was contingent upon the sale of $700,000 in revenue bonds. An agreement between the city and several local banks and insurance companies was made for delivery of the bonds on June 11. The project would eliminate the bleacher seating and connect the east and west stands to form a horseshoe-shaped arena. The bid was well under the estimate of $630,000 made by George Robinson Sr., executive secretary of the City Recreation Board. He said the lower than anticipated bid would allow other improvement to be made in the seating areas. A.L. Oliver, visiting teacher for the Duval County School Board, was named director of Project Head Start for Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity Inc. The announcement was made at a meeting of the 35 teachers who would conduct summer preschool training for nearly 1,000 underprivileged children. Oliver would be paid $1,750 for the 10-week period of the program. Only children who entered first grade in the fall were eligible for the program and 85 percent of the participants had to come from families with household incomes of less than $3,000 annually. MISSING if you have any information, please call Jacksonville sheriff s Office or Crime stoppers tiPs. gner Mark Anthony De MArk AntHOny DeGner Photo age progressed to 22 yrs DOB: 7/13/92 Hair: Dark Blonde eyes: Hazel $10,0 REWA 00 RD BriAn AnDrews HAyes ayes drews H Brian An Photo age progressed to 18 yrs DOB: 12/18/91 Hair: red eyes: Green Last seen February 10, 2005 at Paxon Middle school on westside of Jacksonville, FL Dilbert by Scott Adams Georgia Pasquino, former bookkeeper of River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged, pleaded guilty to grand larceny of funds from the nonprofit corporation. Sentencing, as long as five years in state prison, was deferred to July 2 by Criminal Court Judge Hans Tanzler Jr. Pasquino, 46, was arrested in March on charges of taking various amounts from the weekly receipts of the home from March 1963 to Jan. 12, Assistant State Attorney Edwin Booth said the larceny totaled $17,368. He said the embezzlement came to light Jan. 12 when Pasquino resigned and left the home s employ.
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14 Page A-14 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record From the Courts CIRCUIT COURT CHAMBERS EX PARTE HOURS: 9:30 TO 10:00 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT HOLIDAYS CHAMBERS ARGUMENT HOURS: 10:00 TO 5:00 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT HOLIDAYS CHIEF JUDGE: Mark H. Mahon CJ OFFICE 7140 JUDGE OFFICE PHONE CJ MARK H. MAHON, JUDGE CV-A THOMAS M. BEVERLY, JUDGE CV-B KAREN COLE, JUDGE CV-C HARVEY JAY, JUDGE CV-D VIRGINIA NORTON, JUDGE CV-E JAMES DANIEL, JUDGE CV-F TYRIE BOYER, JUDGE CV-G LAWRENCE P. HADDOCK, JUDGE CV-H KEVIN BLAZS, JUDGE The information on County and Circuit Court actions, plus the listing of Documents Filed for Record with the Duval County Clerk of the Courts and the that are published every day in The Daily Record provide a valuable source of business information. Court Records Circuit Court County Court Documents Filed Business Leads Mortgage Deeds Warranty Deeds Business Licences Foreclosures Sales Probate DIVISON PR-A PETER L. 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STELMA, COURT ADMINISTRATOR, RM DUVAL COUNTY COURTHOUSE MAIN TELEPHONE # ADA ACCOMODATION OR INFOMATION Jason Tyler Faddis et al Jerwin P. Cayonte et al Kimberlee L. Pierce et al William S. Vestel & Hollie E.; Matthew Sirmans et al WELLS FARGO BANK VS: CERT. OF TITLE Odell D. Hudson & Ka Lor et al Melvin T. Jackson et ux, et al Fashiegha Peters et vir, et al New Cases S CA Ortiz, David vs Schubert, Michael, Schubert, Tracey; Owens, Donny Allen, atty, complaint, Div-CV-G CA Cach LLC vs Axtell, Paul G; Soffler, Jeremy Ariel, atty, complaint, Div-CV-E CA Footman, David vs St. Vincents Medical Center Riverside; Anderson, David Jimmie, atty, complaint, Div-CV-A CA McCloud, Raionna vs Baptist Medical Hospital Downtown; Dill, John William, atty, complaint, New Cases FAMILY LAW DR In Re: Support: Hawkins, Paulette Denise and Hawkins, Maceo Melvin Jr; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-C DR In Re: Support: Haywood, Nicole Bobvette and Howell, Antonio Rashad; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-G DR In Re: Support: Broughton, Kimberly Lynn and Baeza, Rudy; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-E Raymond Abdullah Andrea Watty, final judg ALS XII LLC Mark A. Logan & Sandra L. et al, final judg American Management Group of North Florida LLC Johana Escobar, final judg BANK OF AMERICA VS: FINAL JUDG John L. Townsend, Jr. et al Mark E. Cornell et al COUNTY COURT Div-CV-A CA Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Successor vs Hartsock, Bradley M, Hartsock, Charles G, Unknown Spouse Of Bradley M. Hartsock, Unknown Spouse Of Charles G. Hartsock, Unknown Parties In Possession #1, Unknown Parties In Possession 2; Ward, Andrew Spencer, atty, complaint, Div-FC-G CA The Bank Of New York Mellon As Indenture Trustee F vs Guthrie, James L. 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III vs McDonald Electric Services, Inc., Campbell, Brian A., State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company; Sorenson, Charles Anthony, atty, complaint, Div-CV-G CA Marcadis, Ralph, American Woodmark Corporation vs Stonehouse Kitchens Inc; Marcadis, Ralph Sam, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Federal National Mortgage Association vs Smith, Jennifer, Unknown Tenant No 1, Unknown Tenant No 2, Paetzold, Kenneth; Sugathapala, Ruwan P, atty, complaint, Div-FC-F Continued on Page B DR In Re: Support: Smith, Mahogany Dechelle and Holcomb, Devin Renard; Maddox, Shane Carlton, atty, Div-FM-G DR In Re: Support: Wadhwani, India Ashok and Bawli, Yazan Sameer Shehadeh; Edmonds, Scott Keith, atty, Div-FM-A DR Smith, Charles E and Smith, Rosalind S; Rhodes, Matthew Lynn, atty, diss of marr, Div-FM-C DR Mills, Timothy II and Mills, Jennifer Nicole; Proper Person, diss of marr, Div-FM-G CACH LLC Jonathan C. Strausser, final judg Christiana Trust Daniel R. George et al, final judg Dennis Family Properties LLC Roy Murphy & Sally, final judg DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO. VS: FINAL JUDG Walter Tinsley & Yolanda D. Austin et al OFFICE PHONE CC-A EMMET F. FERGUSON, III, JUDGE CC-B ROBERTO A. ARIAS, JUDGE CC-C BRENT D. SHORE, JUDGE CC-D LESTER BASS, JUDGE CC-E JOHN A. MORAN, JUDGE CC-F JAMES A. RUTH, JUDGE CC-G SCOTT MITCHELL, JUDGE CC-H CHARLES COFER, JUDGE CC-I PAULINE DRAKE, JUDGE OFFICE PHONE CC-J ELENI DERKE, JUDGE CC-K SHARON TANNER, JUDGE CC-L MICHELLE KALIL, JUDGE CC-M MOSE FLOYD, JUDGE CC-N GARY FLOWER, JUDGE CC-O RONALD P. HIGBEE, JUDGE CC-P 7168 CC-Q DAWN K. HUDSON, JUDGE ON DUTY IN CLAY COUNTY: DIV. C TIMOTHY R. COLLINS, JUDGE, DIV. D RICHARD R. TOWNSEND, JUDGE, ON DUTY IN NASSAU COUNTY: Wesley R. Poole, Judge, New Cases COUNTY COURT CC Forge Properties vs Wilson, Derrick; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-J CC Grimsley, Ray A vs Foster, Richard; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC-J CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Jones, Michel; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Williams, Terry; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-G CC Vcp-Sb Associates LTD DBA Leigh Meadows Apts vs Smith, Kadena; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA Grande Court Blandin vs Dickerson, Yachita; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Dennis Family Properties, LLC vs Murphy, Roy, Murphy, Sally; Rothstein, Seth Louis, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC Amer Mgmt Grp Of N Fl LLC DBA Confederate Point vs McQueen, Channing; Pritchard, Kimberly Leigh, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Desai, Raj vs Wilson, Amber; Proper Person, complaint, Div-CC- G CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA Canterbury Gardens Apartments vs Jaghab, John; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Tzadik Acquisitions LLC DBA Kings Trail Apts vs Wilder, Aleem; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA Courtney Manor Apts vs Rollins, Jalisa; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA Grande Court Blandin vs Bryant, Andre; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Discover Bank vs Ly, Elizabeth A; Lavrar, Flynn, atty, complaint, Div-CC-F CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA Courtney Manor Apts vs Jones, Wallace; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC Yes Communities, LLC DBA The Breakers vs Smith, Terry Arvell; Elefant, Fred, atty, complaint, Div-CC-O CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Pechaver, Joseph; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC Yes Companies, LLC DBA Crystal Springs Estates vs Wittig, Albert Edward; Elefant, Fred, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Mallards Landing Associates LTD vs Lindsey, Tamiko; Lowenhaupt, Kenneth James, atty, complaint, Div-CC-F CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Wilson, Sharhonda; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-C CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Smith, Cameron; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-O CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Cothran, Natalia; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-J CC WRH Realty Services Inc DBA The Plaza Apts vs Ratcliff, Sandra; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-L CC Princeton Management DBA The Preserve At Cedar R vs Lee, Andre; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-F CC Romero, Renato vs New Hope Family Service LLC; Tous, Luis, atty, complaint, Div-CC-B CC VCP Lynch Building LTD DBA 11 East Forsyth vs Messer, Andrew; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-O CC Princeton Management DBA Waters Edge Apts vs George, Shawn, Mack, Michelle I; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC- K CC Michaelson Group Real Estate, LLC DBA Pinebrook vs Johnson, Shikerra; Edwards, Meghan Elizabeth, atty, complaint, Div-CC-F CC Princeton Management DBA Waters Edge Apts vs Braxton, Daly; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-B CC Princeton Management DBA Waters Edge Apts vs Mcclain, Shaniqua; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-O CC Princeton Management DBA Waters Edge Apts vs Bell, Michelle; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-CC-I Continued on Page B-5 CIVIL ORDERS Superior Debt Recovery LLC Hilbert L. Hampton, final judg Alan Pisapia Reneé Nester, final judg Diverse Property Management Team Ashley Williams, final judg Magnolia Point Apartments Eric Parody, final judg Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC Lorrie Gray, final judg WRH Realty Services Inc. Ladon Graham, final judg Magnolia Point Apartments Crystal Higginbotham, final judg Suncoast Property Management Christopher M. Wright et al, final judg Carlos Duran Megan Brown et al, final judg Alvin E. Knoeppel Earle Stanley Robinson & Willie Bessie, final judg VCP-SB Associates Ltd. Donna Lockwood, final judg Carroll Management Russell Omlor, final judg VCP River Oaks LLC Nakesa Barnhill, final judg CH-B Caroline Square LLC Ceteria Hopkins & Sorcha Hopkins, final judg Discovery Property Management Inc. Bernell Jackson, final judg Tallyho Avenue Land Trust #4931 Bettye Gamble, final judg Wickshire Jacksonville LLC Jacqueline Jones, final judg Trailer Village Kelvin Howard, final judg Wallis Engineers Inc. RPC General Contactors Inc., final judg SP Hilltop Village LP Lasha McNish et al, final judg Joseph Lim Chad Absher & Christina Rucker, final judg La Estancia Apartments Breon Collins & Charmaine McMillian, final judg G&I VII St. Johns Plantation LLC José Antonio Vera et al, final judg Forest Apartments of Jacksonville Inc. Valarie A. Jackson et al, final judg Dorothy R. Harris Lori Roberson et al, final judg Saddlebrook Landings LLC Sabrina Lerche et al, final judg CH-B Caroline Square LLC Shavontae Wright, final judg Juan J. Blas & Kevin Washington Shawn Gaskin & Timothy Calvin Hawkins, final judg CH-B Caroline Square LLC Brionna Hoover, final judg Yes Communities LLC Claretha Jennings & Leroy et al, final judg WW Mirador LLC Michael Harris, final judg Aksha LLC John Smith & Diane et al, final judg Arlington Village Apartments LLC Sylvia Lawson & Timothy Broughton, final judg
15 Documents Filed for Record Warranty Deeds Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page A-15 Ronnie Fussell, Clerk Circuit Court, Duval County Courthouse, 501 W. Adams St. Subdivision Address* Prep. Bk. & Recorded Purchasers Sellers N/A 5/15/ $1,500,000 Leigh Edward Lommen et al Robert K Weiland Jr N/A 5/14/ $6,300,000 Carlton At Bartram Park LLC Franklin Pointe Office Center LLC N/A 5/12/ $438,000 Patricia L Mokhtarian James Robert Laplante Jr et al St Augustine Rd 5/8/ $63,300 Beth Baker Fannie Mae Community Rd 5/7/ $50,000 Atlantic Coast Dev Associates LLC Wells Fargo Bk Nat Assoc Trustee et al Argyle Frst Chimney Lakes L19 Unit 5-B 5/12/ $100,600 Freo Florida LLC James G Walton et al Argyle Frst Chimney Lks L53 Unit 17 5/11/ $142,000 Freo Florida LLC Topcoat Construction L L C Arlington Hgts 2nd Sd L5 6 B18 5/12/ $175,000 Assolat Holdings LLC Trstee et al Rusty Peery Arlingwood 8652 Vermanth Rd 5/13/ $152,000 Linda Ann Kruba et al Thomas J Kuske Atlantic Beach S/D L1 B156 Sec H 4/17/ $50,100 Land Trust 990 Orchid Street Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Bainebridge Estates Bainebridge Dr 5/14/ $220,800 Richard Goodwin et al Lennar Homes LLC Brookside 4146 Bridgeville Pl 5/15/ $239,900 Kenna Larson et al Mildred F Taylor Brookwood Terrace 1706 Lorimier Rd 5/13/ $289,000 Justin W Dixon et al Michael L Timpke et al Cedar Hills 3733 Sudbury Av 1/6/ $10 Secretary Of Housing &Urban Devel Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC Cedar Hills Estates L1 B70 Unit 8 5/8/ $55,000 Kvish Investments LLC et al Opportunity Funding Realty LLC Cedarwood L5 5/15/ $385,000 Luis D Falero et al Joseph F Sova Jr et al Cobblestone Chippenham Ct 5/18/ $190,000 Michael J Watson Jeff Hale et al Cypress Point Unit 3 L14 4/10/ $10 United States Gov Vet Aff Planet Home Lending LLC Daybreak Woods 1222 Dawn Creek Ct 5/15/ $179,000 Roy S Digiorgi Jr et al Mariebeth Zablan Deerfield Lakes Unit /8/ $58,000 Bcel 2 LLC David Turkovich Eagles Creek 1224 Blue Eagle Tl 5/1/ $205,000 Shane R Hammond et al Kyle H Stevens Fort Caroline Hills L15 Unit 2A 5/13/ $105,000 Siff 3 LLC Robert Q Taylor Ft Caroline Club Estates L211 Un3 4/24/ $78,100 Corner Lot Properties LLC Secretary Of Housing And Urban Devel Granada 4020 Alhambra Dr W 5/11/ $10 Betty A Demetree Trustee et al Betty A Demetree et al Greenland Hollow Lois Cross Ct 4/14/ $301,000 Richard S Callahan et al Wells Fargo Financial System Fl Inc Grove Park 1031 Martinique Rd 5/1/ $229,000 Joan L Price Lebora Nickas et al Harbortown Marina Unit E 8 4/29/ $50,000 Garrett Schanck Willliam E Austin et al Hawks Pointe Unit 2 L250 5/8/ $143,000 Freo Florida LLC Stuart A Lugorui Hickory Hill 3379 Glenn Hollow Ct 5/12/ $176,500 Jonathan Branch et al Michael I McMellan et al Holiday Hill Un4 L8 B42 5/14/ $94,000 B & N Real Estate Investors LLC Andrew Alba et al Horne s Sd 220 Oak St 5/12/ $465,000 Megan L Warren Raymond M Ravis Jr et al Hunters Ridge Unit Blue Stream Dr 5/7/ $145,000 Matthew D Savage et al Arthur I Littlefield III et al Indian Springs Unit 2D 2249 Indian Springs Dr 5/12/ $220,000 Aaron Parker et al Sandra S Madison Jacksonville Heights L11, B2 5/1/ $19,000 Chad B Koller Shirley Fossa Trustee et al Jacksonville Heights 5708 Dunn Av 4/9/ $10 Barber Sr Trstee et alkenneth David Bethlea J Holm Kendall Pointe Townhomes 1502 Pitney Cr 4/15/ $95,000 Adrienna Dionne Wright Pete And Heron Universal LLC Lakeside At Merrill L /14/ $265,200 DR Horton Inc Jacksonville Lakeside At Merrill LLP Lakewood Unit 16 L31 5/8/ $189,000 Matthew A Young et al James P Citrano et al Map Of Grand Park 2617 Wylene St 5/8/ $10,000 Law Offices Of J McMurray P A Trstee Exit Strategy August 13 LLC Murray Hill Heights L5 B6 5/12/ $6,500 Hoose Homes & Investments LLC Ronald E Blake Natures Hideaway 6111 Maggies Cr 102 3/19/ $1 United States Gov Vet Aff Planet Home Lending LLC Oakland 1236 Pippin St 4/24/ $67,900 Katelyn Danehy Fannie Mae Oakwood Villa Estates L25 26 B16B 5/8/ $61,000 Siff 4 LLC Duval Home Buyers LLC Ortega 3963 McGirts Bv 5/11/ $295,000 Alex Mejias et al Dwal Hugh Owen IIII et al Osprey Pointe Aquline Rd 5/5/ $340,000 Peter M Borszich Jr et al Mary Lou Thomas et al Peppermill L15D 5/7/ $109,000 Jose Abelardo Estrada Ben Henry Hooper Phillips Addn Palm Park L3 L4 B3 5/13/ $150,000 Cardiovascular Consulting Asscites LLC Ossi Partnership LLP Phillips Addn Palm Park L17 18 B3 5/13/ $820,146 SMT Realty Holdings Corp Ossi Partnership LLP Pine Bluff L9B B1 Unit 2 5/15/ $89,000 Vicki S Foster et al Joseph A Longo et al Pinecrest Unit 4 L206 5/15/ $150,000 Freo Florida LLC First Bank Pineview Heights L20 5/1/ $55,000 MNSF II Acquisitions LLC Carolyn Murdock Prov Hrbr 771 Providence Isl Ct 4/17/ $500,000 Roberta A McKinzie Collazo Construction Group LLC Queen s Harbour Y&CC 1118 Shipwatch Dr E 5/15/ $1,025,000 Timothy Peeler et al John Kozik et al R/P B49 Lakeside Park L22 5/14/ $32,000 Nobis Prime Management LLC Gary Forte Ramsgate Sedgemoore Dr W 5/13/ $205,000 Michael P Tyson et al Rhoda T London Ribault Hills 3157 Altamont Av 5/18/ $67,631 Reven Housing Florida LLC F C Residential Income Fund LLC Rose Bee 2091 Luana Dr E 11/13/ $58,500 Secretary Of Housing & Urban Devel Midfirst Bank San Mateo Sec Renne Dr N 5/7/ $107,000 Rhonda Farnham Heritage Re Holdings LLC Sherwood Forest Unit 5 L22 B12 5/8/ $32,000 Gary R Wetherhold Trustee et al Carolyn S Newsome Solano Grove Un204 5/11/ $115,000 Madaline R Gagliano et al Mary Joan Hinson Speedway Park 1188 W 27th St 5/15/ $10 Tyree Knight Jr et al Tyree Knight Jr Springtree Village Unit 7 L43a...120B 5/14/ $192,000 DR Horton Inc Jacksonville Springtree 7 LLC St James Place Unit 3 L /14/ $230,000 DR Horton Inc Jacksonville ST James Place South LLC Sweetwater Crk S Unit 2W L69 5/12/ $259,000 Jamie Marie Nutter et al Chase H Branham et al Terrace Park R/P 3546 Centerhill Dr N 5/13/ $10 Ginger L Lockerby Edward J Heise et al The Meadows 7800 Pte Meadows Dr 511 5/13/ $0 Sandra P Staley et al Fred Prossen et al The Meadows 7800 Pte Meadows Dr 318 5/13/ $87,500 Wajeeh Mitri Demetree et al Fred Prossen et al The 8517 Little Swift Cr 5/13/ $176,900 Rhoda T London Barbara Spears Joyner Vances Sd L5 B5 5/6/ $29,500 Black Histor Preserv Culture Soity Inc Morgan C Leverett et al Village 7610 Baymeadows Cr W 301 5/1/ $10 Kathleen M Stansell Trustee Kathleen M Stansell et al Villages Of Northwoods Water Tupelo Rd 5/8/ $122,500 Jovana Hackman Sallie P Payne Waters Edge L7-10 5/1/ $180,000 Landon Homes LLC Waters Edge Lots LLC Westridge Estates Unit Shelby Creek Rd N 5/11/ $163,000 Norman T Echols III et al David Dedmon et al Wolf Creek L33H 5/11/ $10 Paul McFadden et al Paul McFadden Wolf Creek Beach Bv 734 4/20/ $119,701 Nu Era Ventures Of Georgia LLC Bank Of New York Mellon Trustee Wynnfield Lakes L351 5/6/ $222,000 Ashley V Kiser et al Blake Holcomb et al Yellow Bluff Hideaway L76 5/12/ $235,000 Stephanie Gorman et al Lennar Homes LLC Yellow Bluff Hideaway 108 Bradford Lake Cr 5/15/ $290,976 David A Crayle et al DR Horton Inc Jacksonville Yellow Bluff Hideaway 156 Bradford Lake Cr 5/12/ $250,000 Robert Little Lennar Homes LLC Provided by Financial News & Daily Record Mortgage Deeds Subdivision Address* File Bk. & Value Borrowers Lender Commonwealth Av 5/15/ $100,000 James O Singleton et al Vystar Credit Union Oak Hammock Ct 5/15/ $1,349,850 Dawn Lommen Francis Et Vir Suntrust Mtg Inc N/A 5/15/ $32,000,000 Carlton At Bartram Park LLC Suntrust Bank St Augustine Rd 5/15/ $83,360 Beth Baker Loandepot.com LLC Arlington Hills 1847 Layton Rd 5/15/ $0 Matthew A Davis Et Ux Bank Of America Arlingwood 8652 Vermanth Rd 5/15/ $183,038 Linda Ann Kruba Et Vir Homebridge Financial SVCS Inc Bainebridge Estates Bainebridge Dr 5/15/ $150,000 Richard Goodwin Et Ux Universal American Mtg Co LLC Brookside 4146 Bridgeville Pl 5/15/ $239,900 Kenna Larson Et Vir DHI Mtg Co LTD Brookwood Terrace 1629 Kingswood Rd 5/15/ $256,090 Frank David Watts Homeamerican Mtg Corp Brookwood Terrace 1706 Lorimier Rd 5/15/ $274,550 Justin W Dixon Et Ux Everbank Campbells Addn To Jax 1328 Franklin St 5/15/ $24,778 James McDade et al City Of Jacksonville Cedarwood Sd 9434 Cedar Dell Ct 5/15/ $346,500 Luis D Falero Et Ux Everbank *Buyer s Address, Usually But Not Always Address Of Property Sold Legal Description Available In Summary Form Continued on Page A-16
16 Page A-16 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Mortgage Deeds Subdivision Address* File Bk. & Value Borrowers Lender Continued from Page A-15 Cobblestone Chippenham Ct 5/15/ $196,270 Michael J Watson Navy Federal Credit Union Crabtree s Riverside Mnr 1604 Charon Rd 5/15/ $163,200 Stephen David Breton Et Ux Discover Home Loans Inc Daybreak Woods 1222 Dawn Creek Ct 5/15/ $175,757 Roy S Digiorgi Jr et al Hamilton GRP Funding Inc Deerfield Lakes 791 Assisi Ln /15/ $38,500 Bcel 2 LLC Dominion Financial Services LLC Del Rio Deeder Ln 5/15/ $120,599 Tonya Lynn Hernandez Et Vir Quicken Loans Inc Del Rio 4710 Julington Creek Rd 5/15/ $124,000 Robert J Tis Et Ux Network Funding LP Eagan Terrace 55 W 33rd St 5/15/ $34,528 Angela Holliday O Neal City Of Jacksonville Eagles Creek 1224 Blue Eagle Tl 5/15/ $209,407 Shane R Hammond Et Ux Quicken Loans Inc Fort Caroline Hills N/A 5/15/ $103,700 Siff 3 LLC Dwell Bridge Fund I LLC Fort Caroline Shores Tomaka Rd 5/15/ $167,000 Russell Aaron Cox Et Ux Green Tree SVCG LLC Greenland Hollow Lois Cross Ct 5/15/ $311,036 Richard S Callahan Et Ux Homebridge Financial SVCS Inc Harbor Winds Benton Harbor Dr S 5/15/ $185,717 Barry R MacOn et al Freedom Mtg Corp Hickory Hill 3379 Glenn Hollow Ct 5/15/ $182,324 Jonathan Branch Et Ux Navy Federal Credit Union Horne s Sd 220 Oak St 5/15/ $372,000 Megan L Warren United Wholesale Mtg Indian Springs 2249 Indian Springs Dr 5/15/ $224,730 Aaron Parker Et Ux Bank Of England Jacksonville Beach Park 543 Lora St 5/15/ $128,000 Frederick H Bowen Et Ux et al Trustline Mtg Inc Johns Creek Ellis Island Dr 5/15/ $205,000 Patricia E Patton Trustline Mtg Inc Kendall Pointe 1502 Pitney Cr 5/15/ $91,650 Adrienna Dionne Wright Compass Bank Kingsmill Lake Bend Cr 5/15/ $119,771 Ricky A Matthias Network Capital Funding Corp Lake Mandarin Sea Fury Wy 5/15/ $135,456 Hildreth H Downs Et Ux Freedom Mtg Corp Lakewood 2018 Sweet Briar Ln 5/15/ $192,163 Matthew A Young Et Ux Navy Federal Credit Union Mandarin Lakes Lake Ride Dr 5/15/ $130,275 Silvana Bombaj et al Quicken Loans Inc Marshwinds 2959 Marsh Elder Dr S 5/15/ $60,000 David M Durham Suntrust Bank Murray Hill Heights 3330 Rayford St 5/15/ $95,000 Hoose Homes & Investments LLC Clendenning Realty Trust Oakland 1236 Pippin St 5/15/ $55,453 Katelyn Danehy Everbank Oakland 1236 Pippin St 5/15/ $15,000 Katelyn N Danehy City Of Jacksonville Old San Jose On The River 1357 Heritage Manor Dr 5/15/ $72,500 Daniel E Wessell et al Mayo Employees Federal Credit Union Ortega 3963 McGirts Bv 5/15/ $285,154 Alex Mejias et al Everbank Osprey Pointe Aquiline Rd 5/15/ $323,000 Peter M Borszich Jr Et Ux Regions Bank Pablo Park 1501 Seabreeze Av S 5/15/ $264,300 Eric K Adams Et Ux Sovereign Lending GRP Inc Pine Bluff 2408 Ironstone Dr W 5/15/ $71,200 Vicki S Foster et al Everbank Ramsgate Sedgemoore Dr W 5/15/ $194,750 Michael P Tyson Et Ux Federated Mtg Co Ribault Manor 3324 Ribault Scenic Dr 5/15/ $10,000 Joann W Wilson Et Vir Jax Federal Credit Union San Mateo 621 Renne Dr N 5/15/ $105,061 Rhonda Farnham Movement Mtg LLC Solano Grove 9252 San Jose Bv 204 5/15/ $38,000 Madaline R Gagliano et al Academy Mtg Corp Southside Estates 2852 Barrett Rd 5/15/ $22,900 SE Property Acquisitions LLC The Kingdom Trust Co Custodian et al Southside Farms 6969 Lenoir Av E 5/15/ $0 BW Rri IV LLC Barclays Bank PLC Sutherland Place 2125 Louise St 5/15/ $32,324 Betty H Mordecai City Of Jacksonville Sweetwater Creek South 5069 Liberty Creek Dr 5/15/ $254,308 Jaime Marie Nutter et al Sagamore Home Mtg LLC The Meadows 7800 Pt Meadows Dr 318 5/15/ $70,000 Wajeeh Mitri Demetree et al Everbank The 8517 Little Swift Cr 34B 5/15/ $131,000 Rhoda T London Vystar Credit Union Thompsons E Springfield 1525 E 14th St 5/15/ $21,703 Veronica Bailey et al City Of Jacksonville Timmermans Walk 6507 Timmerman Ct 5/15/ $50,000 Hoose Homes & Investments LLC Stephen Conroy University Park 4047 Meek Dr 5/15/ $170,216 Ann R Duluc Et Vir Veterans United Home Loans Verano Replat Solar Dr 5/15/ $118,400 Patricia MacLean Quicken Loans Inc Villages Of Northwoods Water Tupelo Rd 5/15/ $122,500 Jovana Hackman Compass Bank Waters Edge N/A 5/15/ $135,000 Landon Homes LLC Waters Edge Lots LLC Westridge Estates Shelby Creek Rd N 5/15/ $166,504 Norman T Echols III Et Ux Trustline Mtg Inc Woodland Forest 4453 Cobblefield Cr W 5/15/ $119,500 Matthew D Boukas Et Ux Everbank Wynnfield Lakes Diamond Springs Dr 5/15/ $217,979 Ashley V Kiser et al Navy Federal Credit Union Yellow Bluff Hideaway N/A 5/15/ $227,132 Stephanie Gorman et al Universl American Mtg Co LLC Yellow Bluff Hideaway 108 Bradford Lake Cr 5/15/ $302,100 David A Crayle et al Primelending Yellow Bluff Hideaway 156 Bradford Lake Cr 5/15/ $244,200 Robert Little Universal American Mtg Co LLC *Buyer s Address, Usually But Not Always Address Of Property Sold Legal Description Available In Summary Form Documents Filed for Record Notice of COMMENCEMENTS Notice filed when construction valued at $2500 or more is to take place Dav-Lin Interior Contractors for Quadrant Jax Partners LLC, 4655 Salisbury Rd #400, Outfront Media for Daniel P. Dudley, Pine St, filed Outfront Media for the Zakaria Y. Itani Trust, Theresa Dr, A Crown Roofing Inc. for William St. Jean, 4773 Lexington Av, A Crown Roofing Inc. for Terri Ely, 2510 Silver Springs Dr, Home Remedies of Jacksonville Inc. for Gregory Devino et ux, L6, B75, Ortega Terrace, filed Collins Builders Group LLC for Thomas J. Purcell, Trustee, L219, Pablo Creek Reserve, Phase 5-B, HW Contracting LLC for Pasquale Sicilia, 8539 Hunters Creek Dr N, Carlson Enterprises LLC for Li Xiao Hang, Cobblestone Ln N, Excel Roofing Contractors Inc. for East Coast Industrial Tire Inc., 5057 W 12th St, Bigfoot Roofing & Construction Inc. for Jams Price, 8820 Chambore Dr, North American roofing Services Inc. for Crowley Regency Inc Regency Square Bv, filed Bigfoot Roofing & Construction Inc. for Ron Kuglar, 9080 Berens St, Turnkey Construction & Maintenance Inc. for Attila Kocs, L127, Covington Creek, filed K&G Construction Co. Inc. for David Repass, 4503 Coquina Dr, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250, filed Preferred Roofing LLC for Cynthia Glover, L143, Highlands, Unit 19, Maxxim Construction for CitiMortgage Inc., L35, B7, Cedar Hills Estates, Unit 1, Kinsall & Sons Roofing Inc. for Regions Mortgage, L14, B7, South Riverside, Peach State Roofing for First States Investors 4000C LLC, 6545 Normandy Bv, Hygema House Movers Inc. for Bettina Foster, 2791 Downing St, Pete Cafaro for Fred Baker, L34, Spring Glen Park, filed Pete Cafaro for Carlos Corley, L9, Lindsley s S/D, filed Bigfoot Roofing & Construction Inc. for Bailey Sinyard, 4954 Meaganwood Ln, filed Turnkey Construction & Maintenance Inc. for Roberto Rios, 4081 Sabal Dr, Belmar Contractors Inc. for James Teel & Lisa, L24, B96, Murray Hill Heights, Duval Roofing for Brookdale Living, W.M. Davis Py W, filed GW Construction, Remodeling & Maintenance Co. Inc. for John A. Allison, L750, Ft. Caroline Club Estates, Unit 8, Esterline Construction Inc. for The Carlton at Bartram Park LLC, Bartram Park Bv, filed New Century Construction for Evergreen Cemetery Association, 4535 Main St, James & Sons Builders Inc. for David Robbins & Susan, L19, Blk A, Anchorage, Unit 4, Apex Roofing & Consulting Inc. for The Palms at Marsh Landing, 1701 The Greens Wy, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250, John Gilmore Roofing Inc. for Aïda Purisic, L55, Chasewood, SMD Builders Inc. for Donald Klein & Barbara Rich, Tract 10, B4, Jacksonville Heights, filed SEDA Construction Co. for Chanphyrom Hy, Hood Rd S, The Neill Co. LLC for Clayton Smith, Salford Ct, Realco Recycling Co. Inc. for Parkview Plaza Partners LLC, 8903 Price St, Alpha & Omega Builder of Jax Inc. for Amelia Winnicki & Peter, 212 Oceanway Av, A Crown Roofing & Brink Roofing LLC for Laura Vanzee Yarborough, 2358 Covington Creek Cr W, Ram Jack Foundation Repair for Shirley Wright, L25, B2, San Jose Forest, Communications Solutions Inc. for Carolyn Dixon Richardson, L1-6, B10, RI Co. Addn to Riverside, Communications Solutions Inc. for Parkway Properties LP, L2-15,1,16-22, Davis S/D L9,10,11-14, B4, Oklahoma, Communications Solutions Inc. for Hampton Properties LLC, Unit 303, Hampton Professional Park Office, Darley s Plumbing Inc. for Harry Lyons, L2, B3, Sans Souci, Sec 17, Continued on Page B-1 Subscribe Now and receive 2 weeks of the Financial News & Daily Record plus searchable Web Access FREE Please start my subscription Today! o 2 year subscription, 520 issues, for just $ 154 o 1 year subscription, 260 issues, for just $ 89 o 6 months subscription, 130 issues, for just $ 55 Name Title Address City State Zip Company Phone Fax o Bill Me o Payment Enclosed o Check (payable to Bailey Publishing & Communications, Inc.) o Credit Card o Visa o Mastercard Card # Expires o I would like advertising information Fax Form to or Call or Mail to: 10 N. Newnan St. Jacksonville, FL 32202
17 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page B-1 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE CASE NO CC : A WEST RIDGE ESTATES HOMEOWN- ERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation,, CHAVELLA RICHARDSON, An Unmarried Woman and UNKNOWN TENANT,. dated May 18, 2015, and entered in Case No CC A, of the County and for, wherein West Ridge Estates Homeowners Association, Inc. is Plaintiff, and Chavella Richardson, is. The Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest bidder for cash on June 25, 2015, in an online sale at: beginning at 11:00 a.m., the following property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 108, WESTRIDGE ESTATES, UNIT THREE, according to plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 53, pages 83, 83A, 83B, 83C and 83D, of the current public records of Duval County, Property Address: 2531 Paris Mill Road, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED: May 20, Clerk of Circuit Court Robert L. Tankel, P.A Main St., Suite D Dunedin, FL Telephone: (727) May 25, June 1 1 ( ) Documents Filed for Record Continued from Page A-16 CASE NO.: CA Division FC-E GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, FRANCES G. WILLETT; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FRANCES G. WILLETT; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; And All Unknown Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against The Above Named, Who (Is/ Are) Not Known To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Said Unknown Parties May Claim As Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, Trustees, Spouses, Or Other Claimants; BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on April 10, 2015, in this cause, in the Circuit Court of, the clerk shall sell the property situated in Duval County, Florida, described as: Lot 12, Block 4, Mandarin Meadows Replat, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 29, Page 2 Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, a/k/a Flynn Rd., Jacksonville, FL at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash online at: on the 22nd day of July, 2015 beginning at 11:00 a.m. If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. DATED at Jacksonville, Florida this 20th day of May, Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. exl Legal th Street N., Suite 200 St. Petersburg, Florida Telephone: (727) Fax: (727) May 25, June 1 2 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-B U.S. Bank National Association, Eldre Omega Allen; et al. to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated February 18, 2015, entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida, wherein U.S. Bank National Association is the Plaintiff and Eldre Omega Allen; Unknown Spouse of Eldre Omega Allen; Unknown Tenant 1; Unknown Tenant 2; and all unknown parties claiming, by, through, under or against the above named, who (is/are) not known to be dead or alive, whether said unknown parties claim as heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustee, spouses, or other claimants; Jacksonville Housing Finance Authority are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash by electronic sale at: beginning at 11:00 a.m., on the 9th day of July, 2015, the following described property, as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 120, Victoria Lakes Unit One, According To Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 55, Pages 96, 96A Through 96L, Inclusive Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, surplus from the sale, if any other than a Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Brock & Scott, PLLC 1501 N.W. 49th Street, Suite 200 Ft. Lauderdale, FL May 25, June 1 1 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-G WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., UNKNOWN HEIRS OR BENEFICIA- RIES OF THE ESTATE OF ANDRES PEREZ A/K/A ANDRES S. PEREZ, DECEASED, et al., dated May 14, 2015, and entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit and for, wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the Plaintiff, and Unknown Heirs Or Beneficiaries Of The Estate Of Andres Perez a/k/a Andres S. Perez, Deceased, et al. are Defendants, the clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at: Statutes, on the 16th day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 3, Except The North 216 Feet, Pine Acres Farms, Unit No. 2, According To Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 21, Page 44, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, surplus funds from the sale, if any other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, this 19th day of May, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. c/o Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLC 2727 West Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL Telephone: (954) May 25, June 1 1 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-G U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR PROF-2014-S2 REMIC TRUST II, TIMOTHY D. PUGH, et al., dated March 9, 2015, and entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for, wherein U.S. Bank National Association, As Trustee For Prof-2014-S2 Remic Trust II is the Plaintiff, and Timothy D. Pugh, et al. are Defendants, the clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at: Statutes, on the 9th day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Unit 201, of Coastal Creek Condominium, A condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereto as recorded in Official Records Book 13921, page 2295, the Public Records of Duval County, surplus funds from the sale, if any other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, this 19th day of May, U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR PROF-2014-S2 REMIC TRUST II c/o Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLC 2727 West Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL Telephone: (954) May 25, June 1 1 ( ) Darley s Plumbing Inc. for Norma J. Harmon, L3, B94, Riverside, A-Z Roofing Inc. for the Greenlow Family Trust, 5525 Boy Blue Rd, A-Z Roofing Inc. for David A. Hanson, 7130 Richardson Rd, Roofmax Corp. for Meghan Kopitke, 1091 Talbot Av, filed Williams Quality Roofing LLC for Catherine E. Day, 8529 Brazil Rd, Paul Davis Restoration of N FL for David Hysmith, 3266 Capper Rd, Paul Davis Restoration for Saffron Algozzini et ux, 6091 Alpenrose Av, Carlson Enterprises LLC for Martha Dugger, 1419 Shearwater Dr, White s Roofing Co. Inc. for Tim Mollock, Jonathan Rd, AAA Roofmasters Inc. for Mohamed Alladin, L12, B22, Grand Park, W.W. Gay Fire Protection for Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Rd, filed W.W. Gay Fire Protection for Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, 5450 Ramoa Bv, filed North Florida Roofing for David Fraser, Jr., 5308 Newcombe Rd, North Florida Roofing Contractors for Robert Zellars, th Av, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250, Great White Construction for Scott Sailer, 3736 Southern Hills Dr, Hammer Time Roofing for Gale Mead, 265 Camelia St, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, Bonafide Pool Builders Inc. for Alan Hulsey, L3B, Sawmill Ridge, Unit 2, Caroline Carport Inc. for Sarah Gaona, Caldwell Rd, Barratt Builders for San Jose Congregation of Jehovah s Witnesses, L6,7, B54, San Jose, Sec G, Builders Care Inc. for Five Star Veterans Center, 40 Acme St, Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Barbara Walker, Basilham Ln, Quality Discount Roofing LLC for Diana L. Robertson, 3224 Ernest St, Lloyd s Construction & Consulting for Manali Satyen Patel, Tract 18, St. Johns Town Center, Carlson Enterprises LLC for Shannon Poorman, 630 Glynlea Rd, AJ Wells Roofing & Construction for Joseph Richards, Ashcroft Landing Ct, filed D&D Roofing for Harry Whiddon, Lem Turner Rd, Stonebridge Cosntruction Services LLC for Riverside Baptist Church, 2650 Park St, filed Carlson Enterprises LLC for Melissa Dalugdug, 4525 Skaky Leaf Ln N, Carlson Enterprises LLC for Charles Ray, 5191 Acre Estates Dr, Custom Homes by L&M Inc. for Impact Church, 8985 Lone Star Rd, J&M Roofing Services Inc. for Ejub Zeynic, 3958 Lane Av S, J&M Roofing Services Inc. for Brenda Laramie, 4406 Jiggermast Av, Jasper Contractors for Patel Vinod, Chester Lake Rd W, Excel Roofing Contractors for Robert Richardson, L84, Marsh Creek, Space Age Structures for Randall Williams, 5535 Heckscher Dr, Ocean State Heating & Air for Vincent Seibold, L1, Seagate Terrace, Ocean State Heating & Air for David Fletcher, L18, B1, Selva Marina, Brookshire Plumbing for Donald H. Blake Living Trust, L11, B21, Glynlea Park, Unit 3A, filed Studard Roofing Inc. for Doug Schnorr, L31, B2, Oak Park Heights, American Roofing of Jacksonville, Stage Coach Ln, Excel Roofing Contractors Inc. for Thomas W. Moore & Barbara E., L53, Cove St. Johns, Unit 2, filed Window World of Northeast Florida for Donald McCarthy & Christa, L11, Gardens of Julington Creek, Window World of Northeast Florida for Ana Maria Green, 8033 Argentine Dr W, filed LIENS A legal claim placed against property for another satisfaction of alleged debt or duty. Includes lien number, person or company holding lien, debtor, amount of lien, date filed United States of America Noha Shawky Soliman, $274,064.83, Presley Contractor All Roof Building Construction George Hooks, $15,927.29, filed Bartram Trail Surveying Inc. The Alterra Group et al, Financial News & Daily Record $3,805.00, MEMORIAL HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Dionne Latree Littlejohn, $3, Anthony Mack, $2, Anthony Mack, $1, Paul Davis Restoration of North Florida Drew Edwards, $24,306.20, ZMG Construction Inc. Royal Green Partners LLC, $2,744.34, UF HEALTH JACKSONVILLE VS: FILED Nicholas Swint, $14, Latarsha Stevens, $3, Roxanne Finch, $2, J L Tripp Builders THS National et al, $4,000.00, filed The Sherwin-Williams Co. BLT ACP Aventine et al, $5,509.86, Continued on Page B-2
18 Page B-2 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record CASE NO CA FC-C WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., UNKNOWN HEIRS OR BENEFICIA- RIES OF THE ESTATE OF CATHE- RINE C. RIDDLE A/K/A CATHERINE CAROLYN RIDDLE A/K/A CATHE- RINE M. RIDDLE A/K/A CATHERINE TERRELL, DECEASED, et al., dated May 15, 2015, and entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit and for, wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the Plaintiff, and Unknown Heirs Or Beneficiaries Of The Estate Of Catherine C. Riddle a/k/a Catherine Carolyn Riddle a/k/a Catherine M. Riddle a/k/a Catherine Terrell, Deceased, et al. are Defendants, the clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at: Statutes, on the 7th day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 5, Block 2, Murray Hill Gardens, According To Plat Thereof, Recorded In Plat Book 17, Pages 52 And 52A, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, surplus funds from the sale, if any other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, this 19th day of May, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. c/o Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLC 2727 West Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL Telephone: (954) May 25, June 1 2 ( ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO CA FC-B MICHAEL E. EDWARDS, and ELLA M. EDWARDS, SAMUEL ALBERTIE, an individual, and NICOLE ALBERTIE, an individual and FIRSTSUN FINANCIAL, INC., A Florida corporation, NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure with Award of Attorney s Fees, entered on May 14, 2015, in the above-styled civil action of the Circuit Court in and for, in which Samuel Albertie, an individual, and Nicole Albertie, an individual and FirstSun Financial, Inc., A Florida corporation are Defendants, and Michael E. Edwards and Ella M. Edwards are the Plaintiffs, the Clerk of Court will sell to the highest bidder for cash at: Statutes, at 11:00 a.m. on July 6, 2015, the real property described on Exhibit A attached hereto and set forth in the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure with Award of Attorney s Fees: EXHIBIT A : Legal Description The East 60 feet of the North 115 feet of Lot 9, Block 2, EAST- ERVILLE, according to the plat thereof, recorded on Plat Book 7, page 11, of the public records of Duval County, lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) DATED: May 19, 2015 and County court Attorney For Plaintiff: Wade McK. Hampton, Esquire Duss, Kenney, Safer, Hampton & Joos, P.A Southpoint Blvd., Suite 101 Jacksonville, FL May 25, June 1 2 ( ) Case No CA Division FC-B U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, LISA A. BROWN, et al., to an Order or Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 14, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida, wherein U.S. Bank National Association is the Plaintiff and Florida House Finance Corporation, Lisa A. Brown, CitiBank (South Dakota), N.A. and City Of Jacksonville, A Florida Municipal Corporation are the Defendants, Ronnie Fussell, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Duval County, Florida will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at: the Clerk s website for online auctions, at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Order of Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 7A Of Wellington Place, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 39, Pages 60 And 60A, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the Clerk of Court no later than 60 If you fail to file a claim, you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. After 60 days, only the owner of record as of the date of the lis pendens may claim the surplus. DATED at, this 19th day of May, GILBERT GARCIA GROUP, P.A. Attorney for 2005 Pan Am Circle, Suite 110 Tampa, Florida May 25, June 1 2 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-H VYSTAR CREDIT UNION, CHRISTOPHER R. HARRIS A/K/A CHRIS HARRIS; ET AL., to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated May 13, 2015, and entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida, wherein Vystar Credit Union is the Plaintiff, and Christopher R. Harris a/k/a Chris Harris; Unknown Spouse Of Christopher R. Harris a/k/a Chris Harris; Florida Rock Industries, Inc.; Malone Steel Corporation; Fidelity Southern Corporation d/b/a Fidelity Bank; and John Doe And Jane Doe As Unknown Tenants are Defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash via electronic sale at: at 11:00 a.m., in accordance with Section , Florida Statutes on the 2nd day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 18, Block 101, Cedar Springs, According To The Plat Thereof Recorded In Plat Book 4, Page 22, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, Property Address: 5345 Appleton Ave., Jacksonville, FL lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) Vernis & Bowling Of North Florida, P.A Salisbury Road Jacksonville, Florida Telephone: (904) Facsimile: (904) May 25, June 1 2 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-D NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, KELLIE L. CARTER AKA KELLIE CARTER AKA KELLIE CAVIN CARTER, et al., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant dated May 14, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit and for in which Nationstar Mortgage LLC is the Plaintiff and Kellie L. Carter aka Kellie Carter aka Kellie Cavin Carter, Unknown Party #2 nka Leanna Weist, Unknown Party #1 nka Keaton Small, Community Association of Girvin Point, Inc. are Defendants, the Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Duval County s Public Auction website: at 11:00 a.m. on the 7th day of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Lot 35, Girvin Pointe As Per Plat Thereof Recorded In Plat Book 47 Pages 17, 17A, 17B And 17C Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County Florida A/K/A Clear Springs Drive, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED in this 18th day of May, Albertelli Law: NR P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) Facsimile: (813) eservice: May 25, June 1 2 ( ) Documents Filed for Record Continued from Page B-1 WILLOW RIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION Inc. VS: FILED Wanda Wallace, $10, Sharla Mincey, $11, Norma Robles, $10, Heron s Landing Condominium Association of Jacksonville Inc. Delany G. Mills, $17,267.48, Satisfaction of LIENS Filing shows that debt has been paid and lien on property has been removed United States of America to Leon Ray Buchanan, , ST. VINCENT S MEDICAL CENTER SOUTHSIDE Thomas W. Little, Lois T. Smokes, ST. VINCENT S MEDICAL CENTER RIVERSIDE Thomas W. Little, William Jericho, Reginald Dennis, Lashonda Cannon, Patricia Burr, City of Jacksonville to the Estate of Gladys M. Shallar, , Advanced Disposal Services to Ellis T. Fernandez, III, , Hickory Lakes Homeowners Association Inc. to the Asset Preservation Trust, , filed Waverly Place Owners Association Inc. to Fannie Mae, , UF HEALTH JACKSONVILLE TO: FILED Linda Newson, Mary Ann Inisin, Sybil Piros, Roman s Kitchens & Baths Inc. to Chad Harris & Katy, , Willow Ridge Condominium Association Inc. to Wells Fargo Bank, , filed Avanti Condominium Association Inc. to Deutsche Bank Trust Co. Americas, , Summer Key Condominium Association Inc. to Wendy Hall & Beverly S. Rogers, , Highland Glen Owners Association Inc. to Bank of New York Mellon, , STATE OF FLORIDA TAX LIENS Enterra Group LLC, $3,529.59, filed Ghatas Hanna, $129,750.34, filed Tara Johnson LLC, $656.41, filed B2B Flooring & More Inc., $487.12, Biannela Susana, $4,112.06, filed Sparkling World Cleaning Service Inc., $44,179.50, DWG Acquisitions LLC, $847.02, filed The Jacksonville Good Food Co. LLC, $20,495.35, The Jacksonville Good Food Co. LLC, $1,262.90, Winning Edge Promotional Products LLC, $2,847.96, Judy Thompson, $692.33, filed Alemad Logistics LLC, $3,530.19, filed Tire Maxx Auto Service Inc., $492.42, Design Works Screen Printing Inc., $300.00, Million Dollar Chix LLC, $2,647.96, Satisfaction of STATE OF FLORIDA TAX LIENS Filing shows that debt has been paid and lien on property has been removed. Nix Janitor Service Inc., , Rag West Sales Inc., , , , William Henderson, , filed Bucks County Cleaning & Maintenance Co., , The Albertelli Firm PC, , Final JUDGMENTS Court decision that debt exists and amount owed Unifirst Corp. David A. Peppers, $10,691.08, Mid-Continent Casualty Co. Apix Painting Inc., $7,333.37, GEICO INS. CO. VS: FILED Travis Montgomery, $13, Julia L. Ray, $13, State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. Patricia Burdine Gregory, $5,264.24, filed Community First Credit Union of Florida James Leroy Williams, $17,998.01, Satisfaction of JUDGMENTS Filing shows that debt has been paid and lien on property has been removed CACH LLC to James Scott, , Sothea Joy to Trinisha A. Allen & A&H Commercial Janitorial, , Jax Federal Credit Union to William C Downing, , filed LIS PENDENS Notice filed that title of certain property is in litigation and is in danger of being bound by adverse judgment. Judgment has not yet taken place but property is under constraint Wells Fargo Bank Jerad K. Handley & Jessica A. et al, L10, B3, Arlington Hills, Unit 6-A, filed CitiMortgage Inc. Freddie E. Belcher et ux, et al, L76, Highlands, Unit 9, filed Bank of New York Mellon William Hinson et ux, Kenneith Olin Hinson et ux & Heather P. Hinson et vir, et al, L13-15, B7, Jacksonville Heights Township, filed JPMorgan Chase Bank Iris L. Armstrong et vir, et al, L48, Secret Hills, Unit 1, filed Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Daniel J. Harrigan et ux, et al, L5, B130, Lakeshore, Sec 1, filed U.S. Bank Nathaniel Orange & Eathen A. Williams et al, L39,40, Rutledge s S/D of L20, Pickett s S/D, filed Thankful Missionary Baptist Church Jacksonville FL Inc. the Estate of Dorothy McWilliams, the Estate of Katherine Thomas Thorpe; John L. Thorpe & Seteria Ardete Thorpe; Raymond Haywood et al, L16, B19, Lincoln Villas, filed Provident Funding Associates LP Leroy S. Stevens, Jr. & Frankie Brownlee et al, L4, B5, Pinehurst, filed Wells Fargo Bank Kevin W. Howell et al, Unit 1202, The Residences at City Place, filed Summit Construction Group LLC Keirsten Klatch, L847, Avondale, filed M&T Bank Judith A. Lebel et vir, et al, L15, Fairway Villas, filed Fannie Mae Debra D. Wilkinson & Arnold W., Jr. et al, L5, B2, Westbrook Manor, filed W 64th Street LLC Luis Hernandez & Giannina et al, L6, B9, Hogan Heights, Unit 3, filed Home Opportunity LLC Tenesia Stanley & Octavial Robinson et al, L3,4, B149, W.R. Thompson s Riverview, filed Wells Fargo Bank Richard O Berry & Chris et al, L23, Plantation South, Unit 1, filed Bank of America Michael P. Gormley & Valeria A. et al, L5, B8, Oceanside Park, filed
19 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record Page B-3 CASE NO CA FC-D BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., ROSE HUTCHINSON, et al., NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Unknown Tenant Resident: Unknown Last Known Address: 3858 Herschel Street Jacksonville, FL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property located in : Lot 1 and the Easterly 3 feet of Lot 2, Block 13, FISHWEIR PARK, according to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 84, of the Public Records of Duval County, Parcel Identification Number: has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to this action on Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLC, attorneys for plaintiff, whose address is 2727 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, and file the original with the Clerk of the Court, within 30 days after the first publication of this notice, either before or immediately thereafter, otherwise a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This notice shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the Financial News & Daily Record. DATED: May 26, 2015 Movant counsel certifies that a bona fide effort to resolve this matter on the motion notice has been made or that, because of time consideration, such effort has not yet been made but will be made prior to the scheduled hearing. a Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are By: Alice V. Griffin June 1/8 00 ( ) FROM THE Circuit COURT New Cases S Continued from Page A CA Citizen State Bank vs Barlow, Richard K, Tenant, Unknown, Rick Barlow Properties, LLC; Westling, Dale Gregory, atty, complaint, Div-FC-F CA Cach LLC vs Florida Georgia Contractors AKA FL Georgia; Soffler, Jeremy Ariel, atty, complaint, Div-CV-C CA Multimedia Holdings Corporation DBA WTLV TV vs Larry Teague & Sons Plumbing Inc; Loudermilk, Richard Stephen, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs McKinney, Michael R, Dr Horton Inc Jacksonville Co Ct Corporation System, The Unknown Spouse Of Michael R McKinney, Barrington Cove Homeowners Association Inc Co May Management Services I Nc, Florida Housing Finance Corporation Co Co Legal Department, Tenant 1, Tenant 2, Tenant 3, Tenant 4; Lewis, Lisa Moury, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA Sorto, Maria, Sorto, Andy, Flores, Jose vs Ancil, David E; Presutti, Joseph Henry, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association vs Oztolaza Jr, Ivan, Oztolaza, Giada, Settler S Landing Homeowners Association Inc, Possession Of The Subject Prop, Unknown Person S In; Eligon, Charlene Kim Archer, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA U.S. Bank National Association vs Waiters, Charlie III, Waiters, Kia, Unknown Party 1, Unknown Party 2, Unknown Party 3, Unknown Party 4, Florida Housing Finance Corporation; Newton-john, Kaitlin C, atty, complaint, Div-FC-E CA Hamilton, Edward A. vs Bohsali, M.D., Kamal, Bahri Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic, P.A.; Barnes, Scott Charles, atty, complaint, Div-CV-C CA Quicken Loans Inc vs Neitzel, Debra, Unknown Spouse Of Debra P Neitzel, Unknown Tenant CASE NO CA FC-E U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, THOMAS BURAU, et al., NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated March 19, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida in which U.S. Bank National Association is the Plaintiff and Denise L. Burau, Thomas Burau, CitiBank, N.A. are Defendants, the Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Duval County s Public Auction website: at 11:00 a.m. on the 22nd day of June, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Lot 13, Block 7, Julington Forest, According To The Map Or Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 30, Page 76 And 76A, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, A/K/A 5302 Julington Creek Rd, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED in this 26th day of May, Albertelli Law: JR P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) Facsimile: (813) eservice: June 1/8 00 ( ) 1, Unknown Tenant 2; Zaho, Rovena Andoni, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Trustee vs Day, Daryl W, Day, Susan E, Unknown Spouse Of Daryl W Day, Unknown Spouse Of Susan E Day, Unknown Tenant 1, Unknown Tenant 2, Citi- Financial Mortgage Company (FL) LLC; Delaney, Suzanne Victoria, atty, complaint, Div-FC-E CA The Bank Of New York Mellon Trust Company As Trustee For Mortgage Equity Conversion Asset Trust vs Brooks, Adrienne, Unknown Heirs, beneficiaries, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, Hidden Village Homeowners Association, Inc., United States Of America, Acting On Behalf Of The; Swartz, Sean Matthew, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA U.S. Bank National Association As Indenture Truste vs The Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries, Devisees, Grante, Ozylon Kirkland Martin AKA Ozylon Martin, Aubrey R. Kirkland AKA Aubrey Kirkland AKA Aub; Meisels, Jonathan Ian, atty, complaint, Div-FC-B CA JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association vs Hastings, Janet, Janet Hastings, Unknown Spouse Of, Hastings, Terrence, Terrence Hastings, Unknown Spouse Of, Bank Of America, National Association Successor By Merger To NationsBank, N.A., Unknown Person(s) In Possession Of The Subject Property; Vandergriff, Lea W, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA Middleton, Wanda vs Linton, Walter Blake; Demas, Thomas Theodore, atty, complaint, Div-CV- E CA Hurst, Richard vs Andys Pub, Inc., Karau, Andrea; Feit, Brad, atty, complaint, Div-CV-B CA JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association vs Johnson, Sandra Romines, Unknown Spouse Of Sandra Romines Johnson AKA San, Unknown Parties In Possession #1, Unknown Parties In Possession #2, Florida Housing Finance Corporation, Transland Financial Services, Inc.; Ward, Andrew Spencer, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA SunTrust Mortgage Inc vs Pace, Courtney, Unknown Spouse Of Courtney Pace, Unknown Tenant 1, Unknown Tenant 2, Window World CASE NO CA FC-D NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, AVERETT, DONALD, et al., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant dated April 21, 2015, and entered in Case No CA of the Circuit and for in which Nationstar Mortgage LLC is the Plaintiff and Donald M. Averett, Daybreak Woods Homeowners Association Inc., Shunita S. Averett, KB Home Jacksonville, LLC a Delaware Limited Liability Company are Defendants, the Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Duval County s Public Auction website: at 11:00 a.m. on the 16th day of June, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Lot 139 Of Daybreak Woods Phase Iv, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 57 Page(s) 34, 34A Through 34E, Inclusive Of The Current A/K/A 1100 Morning Light Rd, Jacksonville, FL Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 DATED in this 26th day of May, Albertelli Law: NJ P.O. Box Tampa, Florida Telephone: (813) Facsimile: (813) eservice: June 1/8 00 ( ) Of Jacksonville Inc, City Of Jacksonville; Zaho, Rovena Andoni, atty, complaint, Div-FC-B CA Ledbetter, Mary Alice vs Motoga Japanese Steak House, Inc.; Daniels, Kimberly Irene, atty, complaint, Div-CV-H CA Federal National Mortgage Association vs Johnson, David L, Unknown Tenant No 1, Unknown Tenant No 2; Chen-Alexis, Yashmin F, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA Pioneer Property Holdings vs Unknown Tenant #1, Unknown Tenant #2, Chaplin, Ramona S, City Of Jacksonville; Wainer, David Samuel, atty, complaint, Div-CV- B CA PennyMac Loan Services, LLC vs Bloomquist, Randal J, Unknown Spouse Of Randal J. Bloomquist, Unknown Tenant 1, Unknown Tenant 2, Unknown Tenant 3, Unknown Tenant 4; Castillo, Tara Natasha, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA SunTrust Bank vs Unknown Tenant 2, Merriman, Madgaree, (deceased) The Unknown Spouse, Heirs, De, Unknown Tenant 1; Storey, Philip Dee, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA Wilmington Trust N.A. Successor Trustee To CitiBank vs Canlas, Cristina, Canlas, Edward J, 1, Unknown Party, 2, Unknown Party, 3, Unknown Party, 4, Unknown Party, E Quality Solutions LLC A Dissolved Florida Limi, Ironwood Village Homeowners Association Inc, Ironwood No I Homeowners Association Inc FKA Ir; Kanter, Andrew Scott, atty, complaint, Div-FC-A CA Gombert Inc., A Florida Corporation DBA Mobicare vs Solid As A Rock An Indiana Corporation, Probus, Natalie; Brew, George Kellen, atty, complaint, Div-CV-A CA Bridgewell Capital LLC A Florida Limited Liability vs Toure, Mamadie, Unknown Tenant #1 In Possession, Unknown Tenant #2 In Possession, Matinda And Company, LLC A Florida Limited Liabili, United States Of America, Sutton Lakes Owners Association A Florida Non Prof; Walker, Berry James, atty, complaint, Div-CV-G CA Bridgewell Capital LLC, A Florida Limited Liabilit vs CASE NO CA FC-E BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCES- SOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUN- TRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, GUY M. KENNEDY; CHRISTINA KENNEDY, et al., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to an Order or Final Summary Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on in Civil Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for, wherein Bank Of America, N.A., Successor By Merger To BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing LP, is the Plaintiff, and Guy M. Kennedy; Christina Kennedy; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., As Nominee For Amnet; Lake Mandarin Homeowners Association, Inc.; Lake Mandarin Garden Homes Owners Association, Inc.; Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2; Unknown Tenant #3; Unknown Tenant #4; Any And All Unknown Parties Claiming By, Through, Under, And Against The Herein Named Individual Who Are Not Known To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Said Unknown Parties May Claim An Interest As Spouses, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees Or Other Claimants are Defendants. The clerk of the court, Ronnie Fussell CASE NO CA FC-A Navy Federal Credit Union, Plaintiff, Michael Aaren Jones a/k/a Michael Jones, Et Al.,. dated May 14, 2015, entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for, wherein Navy Federal Credit Union is the Plaintiff and Michael Aaren Jones a/k/a Michael Jones; Unknown Spouse of Michael Aaren Jones a/k/a Michael Jones; Krystal Ansley f/k/a Krystal Lynn Jones are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash by electronic sale at: beginning at 11:00 a.m., on the 6th day of July, 2015, the following described property, as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 22, Block 17, San Mateo, Unit Four, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 28, Pages 91 And 91A, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, surplus from the sale, if any other than a Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are Brock & Scott, PLLC 1501 N.W. 49th Street, Suite 200 Ft. Lauderdale, FL May 25, June 1 19 ( ) Toure, Mamadie, Unknown Tenant # 1 In Possession, Unknown Tenant #2 In Possession, Matinda And Co. LLC A Florida Limited Liability Co, Bartman Springs Homeowners Association Inc A Flori, United States Of America; Walker, Berry James, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. vs Colmenares M., Monica Cecilia, Cecilia Colmenares M., Unknown Spouse Of Monica, Tenant 1, Unknown, Tenant 2, Unknown, Bartram Park Owners` Association, Inc., Emerald Preserve - Sumerlin Homeowners Association; Alterman, Jeffrey Scott, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA McGill, Takeshia vs Duval County School Board; Boone, Paul Stanley, atty, complaint, Div- will sell to the highest bidder for cash online at: at 11:00 a.m. on the 2nd day of September, 2015, the following described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment, to wit: Lot 1, Block 3, Of Lake Mandarin Unit One-A, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 36, Page(s) 1 And 1A, Of The Any Person Claiming An Interest In The Surplus From The Sale, If Any, Other Than The Property Owner As Of The Date Of The Lis Pendens Must File A Claim Within 60 Days After The Sale. DATED this 18th day of May, to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Aldridge Connors, LLP Attorney for 1615 South Congress Avenue Suite 200 Delray Beach, FL May 25, June 1 8 ( ) Case No CA Division FC-G U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, MARK R. HOFFMAN A/K/A MARK RUSSELL HOFFMAN, ET AL., dated April 15, 2015 and entered in Case No CA in the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for, wherein U.S. Bank National Association was the Plaintiff and Mark R. Hoffman a/k/a Mark Russell Hoffman, Et Al., the. If the total sum with interest at the rate prescribed by Law and all costs of this action accruing subsequent to this judgment are not paid, the Clerk of this Court shall sell the property at public sale to the highest bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes, at 11:00 a.m. at: on the 20th day of August, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: Lot 105, Hunters Walk, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 61, Pages 1 Through 12, Of The Public Records Of Duval County, Property Address: 314 Marisco Way, Jacksonville, Florida the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) DATED: May 28, 2015 Gina L. Bulecza, Esquire Attorney For Plaintiff PENDERGAST & ASSOCIATES, P.C Corporate Center Parkway Suite 301 Jacksonville, FL June 1/8 00 ( ) CV-G CA Abel, Larry, Abel, Karen vs McGee, Sharon, Geico General Insurance Company; Jeeves, Scott, atty, complaint, Div-CV-A CA Belcorp, Inc. vs Richardson Site Prep, Inc.; Hearn, Eric Lee, atty, complaint, Div-CV-G CA Selene Finance LP vs Warren, Martin, Warren, Tammarra, Unknown Tenant In Possession 1, Continued on Page B-4
20 Page B-4 Monday, June 1, 2015 Financial News & Daily Record division Case No CA Division: FC-G THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE- HOLDERS OF THE CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES , HARLEY JAY SISKIN, MOREQUITY, INC., UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- SESSION 1, UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION 2, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HARLEY JAY SISKIN, to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure filed May 7, 2015 entered in Civil Case No CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida, the Clerk of Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash electronically at: Statutes on the 9th day of July, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. on the following described property as set forth in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit: The following described lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Duval, State of Florida to-wit: Lot 12, Block 5, Mandarin Terrace Unit One, according to plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 30, Pages 7, 7A, 7B and 7C of the Current Public Records of Duval County, Lis Pendens, must file a claim within 60 McCalla Raymer, LLC Attorney For Plaintiff 110 SE 6th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL May 25, June 1 8 ( ) FROM THE Circuit COURT New Cases S Continued from Page B-3 Unknown Tenant In Possession 2; Hernandez, Mark William, atty, complaint, Div-FC-A CA Brown, Christopher Michael vs Clements, Kristi Elaine, Frazier, Arthur Edwin; Dunlap, David Marcus, atty, complaint, Div-CV- G CA Wells Fargo Financial System Florida Inc vs Williams, Rudine B, Williams, Gregory F, Unknown Party 1, Unknown Party 2, Unknown Party 3, Unknown Party 4, Citimortgage Inc Successor By Merger To CitiFinancial, Villas At Cross Creek Homeowners Association AKA V; Piasecka, Agnieszka Sylwia, atty, complaint, Div-FC-F CA 21st Mortgage Corporation vs Johnson, Johnny Terrell, Johnson, Andrea M., Unknown Tenant #1, Unknown Tenant #2, Coltate Capital, LLC, Lois Estates Homeowners Association, Inc.; Chin- Duncan, Karissa, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA Kohn, Charles vs The Pantry; Davis, Dexter Van, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Thornton, Ronald vs Singleton, S, Avery, R.B., City Of Jacksonville; Andux, Gonzalo, atty, complaint, Div-CV-C CA Mincey, Crystal vs Dominey, Stanley R; Rosskopf, Erik, atty, complaint, Div-CV-F CA Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs Wishart, Personal Rep Of The, Rene L., Mandarin Trails Community Association, Inc., Unknown Heirs, Beneficiaries And Devisees Of The Estate Of Wanda Meyer, Unknown Spouse Of Wanda Meyer, Unknown Party In Possession 1, Unknown Party In Possession 2; Kasper, Kathryn Ishee, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA National Collegiate CASE NO CA FC-H CHRISTIANA TRUST, A OF WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY, FSB, NOT IN ITS INDIVID- UAL CAPACITY BUT AS TRUSTEE OF ARLP TRUST 3,, MARIA RENEE WILLIAMS A/K/A MARIA R. WILLIAMS F/K/A MARIA R. CARMICHAEL, ET AL., dated March 25, 2015 and entered in Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Christiana Trust, A Division Of Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, Not In Its Individual Capacity But As Trustee Of ARLP Trust 3, (hereafter Plaintiff ) is Plaintiff and Maria Renee Williams a/k/a Maria R. Williams f/k/a Maria R. Carmichael; Robert S. Carmichael; Unknown Tenant #1 In Possession Of The Subject Property n/k/a Lyda Whitworth are defendants. Ronnie Fussell, Clerk of Court for Duval County, Florida, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash via the Internet at: at 11:00 a.m. on July 23, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 46, Tyndel Place, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 37, Page 98 And 98A, Of The Current Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 DATED this 20th day of May, Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are Van Ness Law Firm, PLC 1239 E. Newport Center Drive Suite #110 Deerfield Beach, Florida Telephone: (954) File#OC /EE May 25, June 1 8 ( ) CASE NO CA FC-G FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE COM- PANY, NICHOLAS J. TALAMAS; ET AL., to a Final Judgment dated February 17, 2015, entered in Civil Case No CA , of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for, wherein Fifth Third Mortgage Company is Plaintiff and Nicholas J. Talamas; Dawn M. Talamas; Lantana Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc.; Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2; All Other Unknown Parties Claiming Interests By, Through, Under, And Against A Named Who Are Not Known To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Same Unknown Parties May Claim An Interest As Spouses, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Or Other Claimants are Defendants. Ronnie Fussell, the Clerk of Court shall sell to the highest bidder for cash at 11:00 a.m. at an online public sale at: on the 17th day of June, 2015 the following described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment, to wit: Lot 123, Lantana Lakes Unit Three, According To Plat Thereof, Recorded In Plat Book 50, Pages 19, 19A, 19B, 19C, 19D And 19E, Of The Current Public Records Of Duval County, If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. After 60 days, only the owner of record as of the date of the lis pendens may claim the surplus. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the court on May 20, By: Antoine R. Riley Attorney For Plaintiff: Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A. 350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 100 Deerfield Beach, FL Telephone: (954) Facsimile: (954) May 25, June 1 8 ( ) Student Loan Trust vs Shannon, Jen A, Shannon, Colby; Rosen, Joseph F, atty, complaint, Div-CV-E CA U.S. Bank National Association, As Trustee vs Belle, Pamela, Belle, Anthony, Unknown Spouse Of Pamela Belle, Unknown Tenant #1, Unknown Tenant #2, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.; Quinn, Erin Mae Rose, atty, complaint, Div-FC-C CA Faries, Jane Marchand vs Music, Darlene R.; Oldenburg, Tyler James, atty, complaint, Div-CV-E CA Capasso, Anthony L vs Vaid, Rohit Joey, Medical Practice Management LLC, Saikali, Elias; Kitchen, Melody Margerite, atty, complaint, Div-CV-C CA Giorgetti, Paul J vs Giorgetti, Charles W.; Thomas, Milo Scott, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA Velasco, Richard vs Hughes, Makenzie; Ford, Wesley Thomas, atty, complaint, Div-CV-E CA Yale Mortgage Corporation vs Lugo, Carmen I, Bishop, David, Midland Funding, LLC, Doe, John, Doe, Jane, Nash, Timothy, Unknown Spouse Of Carmen I. Lugo; Weitz, Steven, atty, complaint, Div- FC-B CA Elliott, David vs Sheridan, Casandra; Miller, Jason Scott, atty, complaint, Div-CV-H CA Byrd, Michael vs Perry- McCall Construction, Inc.; Boone, Paul Stanley, atty, complaint, Div- CV-E CA 121 Financial Credit Union vs Ivey, Keith B, Total Care Consulting LLC; Reiss, Jennifer L, atty, complaint, Div-CV-B CA Williams, Wendolyn vs Jacksonville Aviation Authority, Advanced Technology Management, Inc.; Andeer, Eric Randolph, atty, complaint, Div-CV-H CA Clark, Jonathan vs Hicks, Angela, Hicks, Ellis; Earle, Steven Edward, atty, complaint, Div- CV-D CA HSBC Bank USA, As Trustee vs Unknown Tenant 1 In Possession Of Subject Property, Unknown Tenant 2 In Possession Of Subject Property, Passade- Orange, Adeline, Unknown Spouse Of Adeline Passade Orange AKA Adeline Orange, Unknown Heirs Of Adeline Passade Orange AKA Adeline Orange; Vanness, John Anthony, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA Correa, Monica, Correa, Hector Luis vs Ean Holdings, LLC, General Dynamics, Bargar, Scott Arnold; Sorenson, Charles Anthony, atty, complaint, Div-CV-D CA U.S. Bank National Association vs Weyand, Ricky J, Harris, Shelley, Unknown Party 1, Unknown Party 2, Unknown Party 3, Unknown Party 4, Florida Housing Finance Corporation, Cedar Glen Homeowners Association Inc; Scudder, Laurence Randolph, atty, complaint, Div-FC-B CA Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs Bolt, Jessica M, Bolt, Talyler M, Country Creek VII Homeowners Association Inc, 1, Unknown Party, 2, Unknown Party, 3, Unknown Party, 4, Unknown Party; Brumberg, Andra, atty, complaint, Div-FC-A CA Personal Investment, Inc. vs Lewis, Ronald, Lewis, Dana, Phillips, Dawn, Biscayne Estates East Community Association, Inc., Jupiter House, LLC, Unknown Tenant #1, Unknown Tenant #2; Silverstein, Ira Scot, atty, complaint, Div- FC-B CA JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association vs Roselle, Willene M., Gary A. Benson, As Personal Representative Of Th, Wilkinson, Joseph Lindsay III, Caldwell, Paula Wilkinson, Unknown Spouse Of Joseph Lindsay Wilkinson, III, Unknown Spouse Of Paula Wilkinson Caldwell, Lake Mandarin Homeowners Association, Inc., Unknown Parties In Possession #1, Unknown Parties In Possession #2; Tefft, Jillian Lynn, atty, complaint, Div-FC-H CA EverBank vs Riles, Kaazon L, State Of Florida, Duval County, Duval County Clerk Of The Circuit Court, 1, Unknown Party, 2, Unknown Party, 3, Unknown Party, Case No CA Division FC-G WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCI- ETY, FSB, d/b/a CHRISTIANA TRUST, AS TRUSTEE OF THE AMERICAN MORTGAGE INVESTMENT PART- NERS FUND I TRUST, as substituted Plaintiff for Bank of America, N.A., MICHAEL A. DIBARI; et al., dated May 14, 2015 entered in Civil Case No CA Div. FC-F of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County, Florida, wherein Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, d/b/a Christiana Trust, As Trustee Of The American Mortgage Investment Partners Fund I Trust, as substituted Plaintiff for Bank of America, N.A., is Plaintiff and Michael A. Dibari; et al., are the. The Clerk will sell to the highest bidder for cash on July 2, 2015, at 11:00 a.m. to the highest bidder for cash online at: the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 36, ORTEGA BLUFF UNIT TWO, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 51, Pages 75, 75A through 75F, inclusive of the current public records of Duval County, Street Address: 7954 Ortega Bluff Parkway, Jacksonville, Florida Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are Daniel S. Mandel, Esquire Daniel S. Mandel, P.A N.W. Corporate Blvd., #305W Boca Raton, FL Telephone: (561) Fax: (561) May 25, June 1 8 ( ) Case No CA Division FC-B Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Regina K. Upleger; Unknown Spouse of Regina K. Upleger; Unknown Parties In Possession #1, If Living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties In Possession #2, If Living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants, to Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale or Final Judgment, entered in Civil Case No CA of the Circuit and for, wherein Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Plaintiff and Regina K. Upleger are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Ronnie Fussell, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at: Statutes, at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day 4, Unknown Party; Woodson, Vernon Anthony, atty, complaint, Div-FC-D CA Prall, Christine vs Mayo Clinic; Bates, H Scott, atty, complaint, Div-CV-A CA Harden, Brett vs Geico Indeminity Company; Searls, Megan Diane, atty, complaint, Div-CV-G Case No CA Division FC-E HMC ASSETS, LLC SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS SEPARATE TRUSTEE OF CAM X TRUST, RONEL CHARLES, ET AL., dated May 11, 2015 and entered in Case No CA in the Circuit and for, wherein HMC Assets, LLC Solely In Its Capacity As Separate Trustee Of CAM X Trust, was the Plaintiff and Ronel Charles, Et Al., the. If the total sum with interest at the rate prescribed by Law and all costs of this action accruing subsequent to this judgment are not paid, the Clerk of this Court shall sell the property at public sale to the highest bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes, at 11:00 a.m. at: on July 15, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: The Following Described Property, To Wit: Lot 21, The Greens At Westland Unit One, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 55, Page 97-97C, Florida Property Address: 7619 Windings Green Ct, Jacksonville, FL the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) DATED: May 19, 2015 Gina L. Bulecza, Esquire Attorney For Plaintiff PENDERGAST & ASSOCIATES, P.C Corporate Center Parkway Suite 301 Jacksonville, FL May 25, June 1 8 ( ) of July, 2015, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: Lot 70, Arlington Manor Unit No. 7, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 24, Page 47, Of The Current Any Person Claiming An Interest In The Surplus From The Sale, If Any, Other Than The Property Owner As Of The Date Of The Lis Pendens Must File A Claim Within 60 Days After The Sale. DATED: May 19, 2015 to you, to the provision of certain assistance. or (904) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Attorney For Plaintiff: Shapiro, Fishman & Gaché, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton, Florida Telephone: (561) Fax: (561) May 25, June 1 8 ( ) CA Shaw Contract Flooring Services, Inc. vs RPC General Contractors, Inc.; Caron, Tyler James, atty, complaint, Div-CV-D CA Ducksworth, Valerie vs Perry-McCall Construction, Inc.; Boone, Paul Stanley, atty, complaint, Div-CV-A