Sanibel vice mayor appointed to the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust Board of Trustees
Sanibel Vice Mayor Kevin Ruane has been appointed to the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust Board of Trustees for the term beginning March 1, 2010.
The Florida League of Cities established the insurance program in 1977 providing Workers’ Compensation coverage, then later liability, property and health insurance. With more than 600 members the purpose of the program is to provide Florida Cities affordable insurance.
Ruane has served as a member of the Sanibel City Council since 2007. He serves as the council liaison to Community Housing Resources, the Coastal Land Trust, the General Employee Pension Board of Trustees and the Police Pension Board of Trustees. He also serves as a member of the Lee County Tourism Development Council.
Ruane’s community involvement, consists of the following organizations: Save The Children, American Cancer Society of America, president of the Sanibel School Fund, member of the Sanibel Structure Safety Inspector Team, board member of The Sanibel School Advisory Committee, President of the P.A.C. for Sanibel Rec Center, Certified Adult & Children CPR & AED, Kiwanis Club member, campaign chair and treasurer for Mick Denham’s City Council position, Children’s Education Center, CROW, P.U.R.R.E., Sanibel-Captiva Cares, SCCF, Sanibel Beautification, coaching basketball, baseball and football as well as umpiring baseball for Sanibel leagues.
Ruane and his family were visitors to Sanibel for 14 years before purchasing a home in 2004. His daughter is a graduate student at St. Francis University in Pennsylvania and his son is a freshman at Bishop Verot High School.
Source: City of Sanibel