Will Dunaway Receives Rotary’s Ethics in Business Award

Will Dunaway Receives Rotary’s Ethics in Business Award

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 1, Clark Partington, Shareholder Will Dunaway was awarded with Combined Rotary Clubs of Greater Pensacola and the University of Florida College of Business’ “Ethics in Business Award”.  Also winning an ethics award was Connie Bookman of Pathways for Change, an organization dedicated to creating brighter futures for Escambia County’s residents.  Prior years winners were Judy Bense and Dick Appleyard (2016), Heidi Blair and Michael Murdoch (2015) and Andrea Krieger and Ted Kirchharr (2014).  Will is just the second lawyer to be awarded this prize in its 15 years of existence.

Will is an avid supporter of Justice Teaching and regular supports the homeless residents of Satoshi Forrest.  We are proud of Will’s dedication to both his profession and the community.