Profiles In Leadership: Paul Friedlander

Feb 21, 2020
It's a great honor to become King—King Pithla, that is, a title conferred at the Annual Coronation Ball that kicks off the Chasco Fiesta and raises funds in support of Lighthouse services for blind babies, children, and teens.  Being chosen as King Pithla signifies outstanding work for charity organizations and other entities that build up the Pasco County area.

Who is the reigning King Pithla?  Paul Friedlander.

In Paul's case, the honor was earned through relentless service to some of Pasco County's most benevolent organizations, like Pasco Kids First, Morton Plant North Bay Hospital, and PACE Center for Girls.  He has also held numerous leadership roles with the Greater Pasco Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club of Trinity, Rotary District 6950, and the Community Service Council.

You might also see Paul supporting Pasco Aging Network, Youth Leadership Pasco, Morton Plant Mease Health Care Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Trinity Business Association, and Marjorie's Hope Foundation—to name just a few.

Paul deserves to be King, just as he deserved the 2017 Humanitarian of the Year award and his selection as AFP's "National Philanthropy Day Volunteer of the Year 2019."

Paul, thank you for your selfless service and modeled servant-leadership!  Press on!



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