Posts Tagged ‘Eric Hostetler’

On September 29th, Widerman Malek, PL supported the Nana’s House Fundraising Banquet by sponsoring a table at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront Hotel. Friends and firm members had a wonderful time supporting Nana’s House along with board member Scott Dixon and his wife Gosia. Nana’s House is a group children’s home for neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children, newborn to 11 years old. The mission of Nana’s House is to provide a safe, secure, loving home where these children can come and experience God’s love and healing. These children will be provided for in every manner. If you wish to donate, please visit Nana’s House to learn more.

Scott and Gosia Dixon

From left to right: Scott Dixon, Gosia Dixon

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Eric Hostetler, Mason Williams, Michelle Talenda

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Eric Hostetler, Mason Williams, Michelle Talenda

Attorney Eric Hostetler of Widerman Malek, PL, has been appointed President of Melbourne Civic Theatre Board of Directors. Attorney Hostetler had been on the Board of Directors for a year and enjoys supporting the theatre and the local community.

The Melbourne Civic Theatre (MCT) is Brevard County’s longest running arts association. MCT has been entertaining and educating theatergoers for over six decades and continues to enrich the quality of life in Brevard County.

Eric Hostetler

Attorney Eric Hostetler of Widerman Malek, PL, has been appointed to the Bridges Foundation Board. Eric has been active with Bridges, attending their fundraisers in the past and participating at different events.

The purpose of Bridges Foundation is to serve as a supporting organization for Bridges, its mission, and all affiliate organizations by developing sources of revenue through gifts, charitable donations, investments, fundraising events and related activities as well as providing community relations for the Bridges family of services and the families Bridges serves.

Bridges is a non-profit that serves individuals with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities with residential housing, respite, day programs, recycling facilities, and employment services. Bridges also proudly operates the Patriot House which provides residential and employment services to help disabled veterans in our community.

Eric Hostetler

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Members of the Widerman Malek team participated in the Wacky Tacky Golf Tournament on Friday March 18, 2016 to benefit the Bridges Foundation. Bridges is a non-profit that serves individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities with residential housing, respite, day programs, recycling facility, and employment services. Bridges also proudly operates the Patriot House which provides residential and employment services to help disabled veterans in our community. The goal of the Patriot House is destabilized the veteran so they can find employment, affordable housing, and live independently again. Over 300 individuals receive needed services each day. Please consider joining Widerman Malek in supporting the Bridges Foundation.

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Team members, left to right: Eric Hostetler, Stephen Bullock,
Mark Malek, Daniel Davidson

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Team members, left to right: Eric Hostetler, Stephen Bullock,
Carey Gleason, Mark Malek, Daniel Davidson

Space Coast Women In Defense and Space Coast STEM Council hosted the 1st Annual Sandbagger Invitational Golf Tournament on March 11th. All of the proceeds generated from this event will be used to enhance Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Brevard County. The Widerman Malek, PL team consisting of Scott Widerman, Mason Williams, Eric Hostetler and Chris Sherman, took first place! Congratulations! Mason Williams was also on the planning committee for the tournament. A great time was had by all.

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