Lindsay Dolamore, the CEO of Grand Living Realty, announced that the company is expanding its operations into Flagler Beach, according to a news release.

Grand Living Realty’s “island office” will be located in the Coquina Construction and Real Estate Office across from the Flagler Beach Pier.

Former county commissioner Barbara Revels and Matthew Wilson of Coquina Real Estate will be joining Grand Living Realty on Jan. 1, 2018.

JoAnne King and Robert Davis are stepping down from their respective positions at Florida Hospital Flagler, according to Lindsay Cashio, FHF’s assistant director of communications.

Cashio said King and Davis are resigning for personal reasons.

King was with Florida Hospital for nearly 10 years. She first served as the administrative director of Florida Hospital HospiceCare before she was promoted to vice president of ancillary serves at FHF and then to chief operating officer.

Davis had been with the hospital for 20 years. He most recently served as FHF’s chief nursing officer. During his tenure, Davis also served as executive director of nursing at the Florida Hospital Medical Center in Daytona Beach.

“Both Robert and JoAnne will be truly missed, as they were wonderful leaders for our Florida Hospital family,” Cashio said.

Dennis Burns, the CEO of the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties, announced his team facilitated the delivery of supplies for Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Irma relief, according to a news release.

The donations — which include walkers for the elderly, diapers, water, mattresses, children’s beds, pet food, toys, new clothing, toiletries, canned food, medical items and so on — were delivered by New Jersey resident Steve Humphrey, who drove the supplies down from the northeast in a large truck.

The Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation recently honored the volunteers for FHF and the Florida Hospital HospiceCare as  Humanitarians of the Year,

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