RUSKIN, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Florida Home Partnership, Inc. (FHP), a non-profit Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO), is proud to announce the hiring of Nancy Harper and Gene Lansdale.
Ms. Harper has been hired as the Grant Accountant for the organization. In this position, she is responsible for accounts payable, bank account reconciliations, cash receipts and deposits, payroll processing, accounts receivable, project report. A graduate from the University of South Florida (BA – Accounting - 2001), Ms. Harper has worked 21 years in various accounting assignments for the City of Tampa. While working for the city, she successfully executed general accounting operations, managed grant accountability and provided audit functions for various city-wide departments.
Mr. Lansdale is FHP’s new Construction Superintendent for Alexander Woods Townhomes, FHP’s latest acquisition through Hillsborough County’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). He will oversee the $5 million dollar Plant City development which includes 80 townhomes (of which 14 two and three bedroom townhomes are currently completed and market-ready), clubhouse, swimming pool and playground. Mr. Lansdale brings a wealth of experience to help the nonprofit complete the project. A veteran of the United States Army and graduate from Berry College (BS, Industrial Technology – 1970), Mr. Lansdale has worked throughout the United States and internationally. He has worked for Rodda Construction, Inc., Henkleman Construction, Inc., Holland & Knight, LLP (as the manager of construction), Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, Davy McKee Engineering and Construction and Newport News Shipbuilding.
Earl Pfeiffer, the Executive Director of FHP, commented, “I’m pleased to have these experienced professionals join our team. As our program expands, it is vital to bring aboard additional staff to meet the demands.”
For more information or interviews, contact Joey Henderson at 813.672.7860 or email him at Joey(at)flhome(dot)org.
About the Florida Home Partnership
Florida Home Partnership (FHP) is a non-profit Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) that offers affordable homeownership opportunities to low and moderate-income first-time homebuyers. Utilizing the USDA Mutual Self-Help Housing Program (SHOP), the government program began over 40 years ago, and mirrors the "barn raisings" of the Quakers with neighbors helping neighbors to build their homes together. FHP also receives funding from the Housing Assistance Council(HAC), County and State programs. FHP provides participants with guidance and tools. No construction experience is necessary. This program is ideal for families with limited income who desire homeownership in rural communities. For more information about the program, call 813-672-7860 or visit http://www.flhome.org, friend us at - http://www.facebook.com/Floridahome, follow us at - @flhome1.