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Board Elections

For Immediate Release
December 13, 2021

Peace River Center Holds Board of Directors’ Elections

Lakeland, FL – Recently Peace River Center, a licensed and accredited, non-profit provider of mental health, substance use, and integrated medical services, held its board of directors’ elections. The following officers were elected to a one-year term:

  • Al H. Dorsett, Vice Chair
  • Robert S. Bodolay, RHU, Second Vice Chair
  • Deborah Petrovich Weber, CPA, Treasurer
  • Paul Baggett, M.P.A., MSHRM, CPM, Secretary

Bodolay and Baggett were also re-appointed for a three-year board term. Additional three-year reappointments included:

  • Peter Golotko, CPA/PFS, MBA, who currently serves as Board Chair
  • Stanley B. Reed, MAI
  • David Bergdoll, Esquire

Peace River Center’s additional board members include: Cheryl R. Dee, PhD; Ian Floyd; Michael A. Micallef, Jr., MA, MBA; and Lori Walsh. The board’s Emeritus Members are Clarence B. Grier, Sr.; Mary Kay Langford; and Edward Weed.

About Peace River Center

Peace River Center is a licensed and accredited, non-profit provider of mental health, substance use, and integrated medical services serving Polk, Highlands, and Hardee counties. Peace River Center provides options for people struggling with mental health and substance use, for children and adults coping with the trauma of abuse and violence, crisis intervention for people in acute need, and housing and community support and integration for people affected by domestic violence or whose recovery requires more support and time. Peace River Center offers inpatient, outpatient, home-, school- and community-based services, telehealth, and mobile programs to individuals, groups, and families. Peace River Center’s dedicated and compassionate staff of more than 400 operate 36 programs out of 27 locations and provide 24/7 emergency psychiatric response services to the community through our mobile psychiatric Crisis Response Team. In FY2020, Peace River Center had contact with and provided services to more than 21,500 children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. For more information visit www.PeaceRiverCenter.org.