Meet the Team

Terry Nolen
Luis Castillo
Vice President
Luis was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. He grew up in the Island, worked as a teacher while in University and graduated there as an Electrical Engineer. After working for a few years in Cuba, Luis came to the US and after a short period living in Miami Beach, moved to California. Luis lived in Los Angeles for 33 years, worked for over 28 years with the County of Los Angeles as a Telecommunications Engineer, developing and implementing telecom systems for Public Safety Organizations.
Ed Catalano
Ed, who moved here in December of 2015, has owned his own accounting firm for over 30 years.
William Cody
I've been serving communities since I was 5. My former church served the homeless where I served toast. Loved working with communities ever since. Looking forward to working with the SMR community.
Ron Walker

Ron Walker and his spouse purchased a home here in South Middle River in 2014, and joined SMRCA soon afterward.  Past president of his neighborhood civic association in Mount Vernon, VA, Ron also participated in the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program there in Fairfax County, VA.  Retired from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, his past work experiences include human resources management, teaching, healthcare recruitment, and social work.  A member of All Saints Episcopal Church here in Ft. Lauderdale, he does volunteer work in a local parish after-school tutoring program.  Ron is looking forward to participating in SMRCA’s continuing efforts to improve our local neighborhoods this year and in future years.

Donna Collins
Born in Miami Florida in 1953. Lived in Fort Lauderdale since 1954. Graduated from Fort Lauderdale HS in 1971. Lived in SMR since 1979. Raised 6 children in SMR. Have owned my own business in landscape installation and maintenance from 1985 till 1990. Started with the Broward County Schools as an arborist, from 1990 till 1994. Then moved to the grounds department for Broward Schools that maintains the turf grass on the athletic fields from 1994 and still there now.
P.J. Espinal

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