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Thursday, April 28th was “National Take Your Kids to Work Day”. As workplaces across our country opened their doors to young visitors on this special day, Widerman Malek was no different when we invited the WM team members’ children to our office to see what it’s really like to work in a law firm.

On April 21st, the team members of Widerman Malek took to the skies in a colossal firm-wide paper airplane contest. Contestants had 24 hours to create the winning paper airplane to the best of their abilities. Some flew far, some flew short, and others crashed directly into the bushes. Bobby Dye, the firm’s Office Administrator, was ultimately victorious with his aircraft, the Weed Killer.

paper airplane contest
The Widerman Malek Team

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Bobby Dye

On Thursday, April 7th, The Committee To Re-Elect Judge David Dugan hosted a re-election reception at Hemingway’s Tavern in Melbourne.

Over 100 people showed up to visit and show support for Judge Dugan. It was a fun party and a great time to catch up with friends both old and new. The weather was perfect as well and it was great to relax with good friends on the deck outside of Hemingway’s.

Members of the Host Committee were:

Mark Malek, Ed Kinberg, Alpizar Law, LLC; Douglas R. Beam, P.A.;  John and Susan Hopkins; Don Facciobene, Inc.; Perry & Judi Coleman; Bobbie Dyer; M H Williams Construction Group, Inc.; Michael & Roma Kahn, Michael Kahn, P.A.; Luke & Jan Miorelli; Kendall Moore; Moser & Moser, P.A., Moses and Emma Harvin; GrayRobinson, P.A.; Morgan & Morgan, Travis Proctor; Kimberly Bonder Rezanka, Esq; Scott and Joan Sorenson; Tom & Susie Wasdin

Re-election Reception

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Judge David Dugan, Bobbie Dyer, Mark Malek

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

Bridges Logo

A great time was had by all at the Boy Scout Central Florida Golden Eagle Dinner on March 30th at the Holiday Inn, Viera. This dinner is a major fundraiser for the Boy Scouts in our area and is always well supported by our community.

The boys did an awesome job presenting the colors and speaking about their experiences with the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. The importance of Boy Scouts in improving the lives of many in our community was evident.

Attorney Brett Hyde of Widerman Malek, PL was the host at the Widerman Malek table and helped to facilitate a successful evening.

Boy Scout Golden Dinner

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Brett Hyde, Stacey Hyde, Mason Williams, and Mark Malek