Palm Beach State College alumnus George Gentile has practiced as a landscape architect and planner in Palm Beach County for more than 35 years. He is the founder, senior partner and principle of Gentile Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates Inc., a full-service landscape architecture, planning and environmental consulting firm in Jupiter.
Gentile is responsible for the daily management, operations and marketing of the firm as well as managing and participating in all project design and direction. He continues to represent projects before public agencies and has had principle responsibility for the implementation of these projects as well. … Continue reading Founder of award-winning planning firm says PBSC was vital to his success
The Palm Beach State College Foundation board of directors has elected new officers who will serve a two-year term.
George Gentile, senior partner at Gentile, Glas, Holloway, O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc. was chosen as chair. Ricky Wade, franchisee of B’ing the Best, Inc./McDonald’s, is vice chair. William Greenman, Jr., senior portfolio manager and team leader at BNY Mellon, is treasurer and Trish Lowry secretary. Noel Guillama, CEO of Guillama, Inc., is the immediate past chair. The officers were elected May 19. … Continue reading Palm Beach State College Foundation welcomes new officers
Despite the nation’s position as a world leader and the country’s advances over the last 50 years, it is slipping in such areas as education, said Benjamin Jealous, former NAACP president.
“We are on a plane that is losing altitude,’’ he said, comparing the U.S. education system to Japan and Singapore and noting that spending on incarceration in the U.S. has climbed while funding for education has decreased. “We have to recognize that we are weak.”
Jealous, … Continue reading Former NAACP president speaks at 15th annual MLK celebration