Mote Marine honors Ron Ciaravella for 15 Years of Service

Coconut Telegraph

In Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium's annual volunteer awards ceremony President & CEO Dr. Michael P. Crosby lauded those who donate their time to Mote. Crosby praised Mote Trustee Ron Ciaravella for his 15 years of dedication and generosity with his time, expertise and resources.  “Ron has served Mote in amazing ways during his fifteen years as an active member of our Board, giving freely his time, expertise and resources. As owner of Dolphin Aviation — a name that we like, as a marine research institution — Ron has helped Mote expand our research, education and outreach programs and save time and expense —particularly now, as we’re frequently visiting the Florida Keys to lay the groundwork for our new 19,000-square-foot Summerland Key facility," Crosby said.

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