The Plymouth Harbor Foundation and Plymouth Harbor, Inc. have selected their newest board members.
The new members of The Plymouth Harbor Foundation board are:
Kathryn Angell Carr is a current member of the Plymouth Harbor, Inc. board, and is a partner at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP where she is Board Certified in Real Estate Law. She has been involved in the representation of both purchasers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate, including several shopping centers, hotels, apartment complexes, restaurants, and office buildings. Kathryn also has experience in the leasing and financing of both residential and commercial projects, including securitized financing and bond financing. In addition to Plymouth Harbor’s, Kathryn previously served on several community Boards, including, but not limited to, The Argus Foundation and the Animal Rescue Coalition.
John (Jack) D. Kidd became a Plymouth Harbor resident in December of 2017. Jack has most recently served two years as President of the Board of The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center in Sarasota (2014-2018). He also served the Bird Key Yacht Club Board of Governors, the Sanctuary Condo Board of Trustees, and the Waterclub Condo Board of Trustees, as well as countless boards in Ohio.
Robert (Bobby) Overall has become very familiar with Plymouth Harbor, as his parents, Bob and Mathilda Overall, lived here. Bobby was president and majority owner of Coastal Bridge Company, a 250-employee highway, bridge, and marine construction company in Louisiana, which he sold and retired from in 2013. He is currently a director of Associated General Contractors of America and a past board member and past president of Louisiana Associated General Contractors. He has been involved on several volunteer boards including Junior Chamber of Commerce of Baton Rouge, Jefferson United Methodist of Baton Rouge, and Sarasota Yacht Club.
The new members of The Plymouth Harbor, Inc. board are:
Bruce Berg, M.D., M.B.A. has had a long and distinguished career with the FSU College of Medicine, establishing the Sarasota campus fourteen years ago as Founding Dean and helping them navigate through accreditation site visits there in 2006. Before this, he served for many years in Sarasota as a Pulmonologist and Intensivist and helped SMH implement their first Electronic Medical Records before joining the College of Medicine. His relationships with SMH were critical to their efforts to establish residency programs there, first in Internal Medicine and recently in Emergency Medicine.
Connie Sanders moved to the Sarasota area from Kansas City, Missouri in 2005, and moved into Plymouth Harbor in 2016 with her husband, Carl Koenig. She currently serves as Vice President of the Residents Association. Connie enjoyed a career in education as a teacher, administrator, consultant and college professor specializing in services for children with disabilities. She has also served as an officer on numerous professional and non-profit boards: Missouri and National Council for Administrators of Special Education, Lighthouse Preschool, Spofford/Ozanam Healthy Family Services, Tri County Mental Health Center, Literacy Connection and the Greater Kansas City United Way.
Christopher (Chris) Sforzo, M.D. is an orthopedic surgeon in Sarasota, Florida and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Doctors Hospital of Sarasota and Lakewood Ranch Medical Center. Dr. Sforzo was selected as the Director of Sports Medicine for the new Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch and is the official orthopedic surgeon and hand surgeon to the Sarasota Orchestra. He is a special consultant for the IMG Academies and the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy, and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in Orthopedic Surgery at the Florida State University College of Medicine, Sarasota Campus.
To learn more about Plymouth Harbor on Sarasota Bay, visit www.PlymouthHarbor.org. Plymouth Harbor on Sarasota Bay, founded in 1966, is a not-for-profit Life Plan Community centrally located between Bird Key and St. Armands Circle with vistas of the Gulf, Bay, and the City of Sarasota. Like its historic northern counterpart, Sarasota’s Plymouth Harbor is a lively waterfront community committed to an independent life in fellowship with one another. Serving over 330 residents, Plymouth Harbor offers customized independent living residences, home care, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy services. Plymouth Harbor, Inc. operates as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) and is regulated under Chapter 651, Florida Statutes.