Rotary’s primary purpose is to encourage service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Clark Partington echoes that sentiment and values high ethical business standards. On May 7, Clark Partington, Shareholder and 2017 recipient of the Ethics in Business Award, Will Dunaway along with co-recipient, Connie Bookman (Pathways for Change), presented with Combined Rotary Clubs of Greater Pensacola and the University of West Florida College of Business’ “Ethics in Business Award” to two deserving individuals: Nan DeStafney and Buzz Ritchie. Nan DeStafney is the Founder of Blue Angels Music, an organization dedicated to providing new, used, and vintage music gear for beginner and the professional musicians. Also recieving the 2018 Ethics in Business Award was Buzz Ritchie. After Hurricane Ivan devastated hit Pensacola in 2004, Mr. Ritchie led efforts to found Rebuild Northwest Florida, an organization that helped victims of the storm repair and rebuild damaged homes. He was also chairman of the Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce in 2005. Other prior years winners were Judy Bense and Dick Appleyard (2016), Heidi Blair and Michael Murdoch (2015) and Andrea Krieger and Ted Kirchharr (2014).
Clark Partington is proud to do business in a community whose members are dedication to integrity, honesty and consistency.