by Nancy Kinnally
ORLANDO, Fla. — Retired Winter Park banker J. Blair Culpepper has been reappointed to serve
a three-year term as a public member on the board of directors of The Florida Bar Foundation, a statewide charitable organization that works on behalf of Florida’s legal
profession to expand access to justice.
Culpepper has served as director, director of marketing and senior vice president of First National Bank of Central Florida in Winter Park.
He attended the University of Florida where he earned his bachelor’s degree and his master’s in business administration. Culpepper also did graduate studies at the LSU School of Banking and Harvard Business School.
Culpepper is a past public member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors and has served on the audit, communications and disciplinary review committees, as well as The Florida Bar’s Ninth Circuit Grievance Committee and the Florida Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism.
Culpepper, who was appointed by the Joint Florida Bar/Foundation Nominating, began his new term July 1.