Coppins Monroe was proud to join other community organizations in sponsoring the 2018 LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival. The festival, featuring over 150 artists from around the country, strives to bring the best fine art experience possible to our region. ... Read More →
Shareholder, Zack Scharlepp, and his wife Rachel just completed their inaugural run (pun intended) as the new directors for Springtime Tallahassee races (10K, 5K and 1 mile). As luck would have it, their first time at the helm would not... Read More →
Holly Dincman recently conducted a training for the Wakulla County School District Transportation Department on School Violence. The training, inspired by the See Something, Say Something safety campaign, focused on educating bus drivers to recognize warning signs, signals and threats... Read More →
Michael F. Coppins has been appointed by the Florida Bar to serve a three year term on the Second Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee. This marks the second time he has been selected to serve on this committee.
Zack Scharlepp, an avid runner, has been elected president of the Gulf Winds Track Club.
Holly Dincman has earned the designation of Florida Certified Labor Relations Professional from the Florida Public Employer Labor Relations Association. Ms. Dincman is qualified to advise clients in all aspects of collective bargaining and labor relations.
Holly Dincman has been sworn in as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Big Bend Hospice, Inc., a regional hospice serving eight counties across North Florida.
Coppins Monroe was a recent sponsor of the Big Bend Hospice 17th Annual Dr. Glenn Bass Golf Tournament. A very worthy cause, the proceeds from this year’s tournament will be used to support the unfunded programs at Big Bend Hospice.... Read More →