Names and Faces

September 2, 2013 

Ron and Bozena Suponcic and their FloridaHomeChannel.com team have moved from RE/MAX Alliance Group's Sarasota office to the Siesta Key office.

Ron Suponcic, a native of Cleveland, has 26 years of real estate experience. He has been a local multimillion dollar producer for the past 12 years. Bozena Suponcic, a native of Poland, is a multilingual international and luxury specialist who focuses on foreign buyers, sellers and investors.

She is a consistent multi-million dollar producer with 11 years of real estate experience and extensive market knowledge.

Jeffrey S. Goethe, a partner with the Bradentonlaw firm Barnes, Walker, Goethe & Hoonhout, Chartered, was recently awarded an AV Preeminent peer review rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating. Goethe is board-certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in the area of wills, trusts and estates.

Esther Halt, a financial adviser and planner in the North Lakewood Ranch office of Raymond James Financial Services Inc., recently completed the Advanced Estate Planning Institute, a three-day program for financial advisers on developing strategies and recognizing opportunities within the estate planning, philanthropy and wealth management process.

Jennifer Bal, CPA, has been promoted to audit senior, and Jordan Pritchard has been promoted to tax senior with CS&L CPAs, a certified public accounting firm in Sarasota and Bradenton. Both have been with the firm for two years.

The top listing agent at Leslie Wells Realty for the month of July is Jordan Chancey. July's top selling agents are James Hegemier, Lisa Zimring and Patricia Baker.

Clifford L. Walters III, managing partner for Blalock Walters, P.A., was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2014 in the field of real estate law. Walters concentrates on business counseling and planning, complex real estate transactions, commercial law and strategic estate planning.

He represents business executives and owners, large and small entrepreneurial businesses and commercial real estate developers.

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