Six/Ten, LLC announced Friday that Hap Hazelwood, the Chief Financial Officer of the company, has announced his retirement effective at the end of this year. Hazelwood has worked with Six/Ten for over 28 years, pushing forward numerous initiatives, including the revitalization of our downtown, but perhaps what he is most well-known for is his activeness and dedication to the Winter Haven community. Of course that level of engagement wouldn't have been possible without the support of his employer and as a community we are so much better for it! He and his wife Chris are looking forward to spending more time with their 19 grandchildren and the not-for-profit organizations they are passionate about.
In conjunction with that news, Six/Ten LLC announced that Hazelwood's replacement is Steven E. Crisman, formerly with Beckert, Price and Rowse and BDO. Steve is a certified public accountant and has over 24 years of accounting experience. He is a Winter Haven High School Graduate and received his BS in accounting from University of South Florida. Steve, similarly, has an extreme dedication to the Winter Haven community and has served with numerous civic organizations including Sertoma Park, Girls, Inc of Winter Haven and the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce.
In addition to the leadership changes, Six/Ten also announced that Meghan Young has joined their team as a special projects manager. She is also a graduate of Winter Haven High School and received her BS and Juris Doctor from Florida State University. She has worked in the legal profession for the past 4 years.
Lastly, Six/Ten announced the promotion of Ashley Leach to property management assistant. She has been with the company for 3 years and is a graduate from Auburndale High School.