Port St. Joe businessman David Warriner was reappointed and three others appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to the District Board of Trustees at Gulf Coast State College.
Those appointed were Don Crisp, Elizabeth Kirvin and Steve Millaway.
“We are very pleased with the new appointments from Governor Scott’s office,” said Dr. Jim Kerley, GCSC President. “Our new and returning trustees bring business, community involvement, education and entrepreneurialism into the board’s dialogue and thinking – all of which is critical in the future direction of this College, including involvement in the deliberation for the next College president.
“We have been blessed with committed board members who truly care about the students, faculty, staff and the communities we serve. I extend thanks to Denise Butler, Dan Estes and Karen Durden, all dedicated board members who served with distinction for the College.”
Warriner, 48, is the owner and president of Tapper & Co.
He was previously a legislative assistant with the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate.
Warriner received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida. He term ends May 31, 2017.
Crisp, 71, of Panama City Beach, succeeds Estes for a term ending May 31, 2017.
Kirvin, 42, of Apalachicola, succeeds Denise Butler for a term ending May 31, 2016.
Millaway, 57, of Panama City Beach, fills a vacant seat and is appointed for a term ending May 31, 2017.
The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.