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Message from the General Manager
By Tim Richards

I hope that all of you have enjoyed your summer whether you were out of the state or with us here in hot, humid and rainy South Florida. While things quiet down during the summer we do have more people staying with us through this time of year. I want to thank all of our year round members for keeping us active during the summer months.

In the Club business one thing is certain and that is that change is inevitable and continuous improvement is a must if we want JL to stay competitive and vibrant. As you come back you will notice some new faces on our staff, one person who has returned to JLGC, and a few familiar faces who have been promoted to new positions.

In the Executive Office we are undergoing some transition. Christine Richards is moving on to a great opportunity at The Norton Museum of Art as the Development Assistant. Christine has a degree in Art History from Florida State, so this is a perfect place for her to utilize her credentials and past experience working for a museum. While we are sad to see her leave we are happy that she is developing her career. Courtney Houston has done a great job as our Receptionist and based on her performance she has been promoted to the position of Membership Assistant. The Receptionist position is a very challenging role with a lot of member interaction. We believe that we found the perfect fit to fill Courtney’s former position. Our new Receptionist, Hera Roman, has extensive background working the front desk at hotels. She also worked at Harbour Ridge as a Receptionist and in the dining operation.

Patrick West has done an outstanding job over his past two years as Dining Room Manager, earning Patrick the promotion to Food & Beverage Director. Filling the position as Dining Room Manager, we have hired Joe DiPasquantonio. Joe has an excellent background working for The Ritz Carlton, Jupiter Island Club and Trump National. He is an excellent addition to our management team.

Over the past few years we have been changing the culture to what I call “a front of the house mentality,” which is member focused and all about providing excellent personalized service. Chef Tony Larsen has brought this service approach to our kitchen and continues to fine tune the culinary operation. Other promotions in the culinary operation are Gayna Alves as Sous Chef. Gayna has done an excellent job at Old Trail and will also be working at the Main Clubhouse this season. We have welcomed a new face to our culinary team, Josh Yanuzzelli. Josh worked for Chef Tony at The Country Club of Florida as a cook. He has extensive experience and will be managing the Old Trail kitchen operation. Josh is passionate about food and you will find he smiles just as much as Tony, if that’s possible.

 

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