On October 17 Comprehensive Energy Services Inc presented a 20000 check to Florida Hospital Cancer Institute at the companyrsquos 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament held at Alaqua Country Club  Accepting the check from tournament hosts and company founders Todd and Shelly Morgan center was Cecilia Burnet left Development Officer for Florida Hospital Foundation  Also pictured is son Michael Morgan Brion Price Photography

On October 17, Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. presented a $20,000 check to Florida Hospital Cancer Institute at the company’s 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament held at Alaqua Country Club. Accepting the check from tournament hosts and company founders Todd and Shelly Morgan, center, was Cecilia Burnet, left, Development Officer for Florida Hospital Foundation. Also pictured is son Michael Morgan.

CES presented a $20,000 check to Florida Hospital Cancer Institute at 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Company founders Todd and Shelly Morgan are longtime supporters of Florida Hospital and its Cancer Institute Shelly Morgan received Central Florida’s “Outstanding Philanthropist” Award in 2012 Todd Morgan was named a 2014 CEO of the Year honoree by Orlando Business Journal

ORLANDO, FL — On October 17, Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. presented a $20,000 check to Florida Hospital Cancer Institute at the company’s 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament held at Alaqua Country Club. Accepting the check from tournament hosts and company founders Todd and Shelly Morgan was Cecilia Burnet Development Officer for Florida Hospital Foundation.

In making the announcement, Todd Morgan, President and CEO, stated, “On behalf of Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc., we are exceedingly proud of this year’s contribution benefiting Florida Hospital Cancer Institute.  As in years past, it is comforting to know that these funds are helping to save patient’s lives, and we sincerely thank our many tournament sponsors and supporters.”
 
Todd and Shelly Morgan are longtime supporters of Florida Hospital and its Cancer Institute.  Their company’s charitable tournaments have raised over $150,000 benefiting Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, The Golden Rule Foundation, Kid’s House of Seminole, and the American Red Cross.  Firm believers in leading by example, co-founder and Corporate Secretary Shelly Morgan received Central Florida’s “Outstanding Philanthropist” Award presented by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2012.  Similarly, Todd Morgan was named a 2014 CEO of the Year honoree by Orlando Business Journal for his outstanding business and civic leadership in improving the Central Florida community at large.
 
A 2016 Inc. 5000 company, Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. was founded in 1992 by Todd and Shelly Morgan, and is nationally ranked among the largest Florida-based mechanical and plumbing contractors. Also, for the second consecutive year, the company won the Second Place Award in the Large Business Category in Bright House Networks’ 2016 Regional Business Awards.  Led by Todd Morgan, P.E., President and CEO, a 2014 CEO of the Year honoree by Orlando Business Journal, CES is a recognized statewide leader recently named among OBJ’s 2016 Golden 100 Top Privately-Held Companies, 2016 Best Places to Work, and 2016 Florida Fast 100.  A full-service Design-Build-Maintain Mechanical and Plumbing Contractor, CES self-performs a full range of advanced HVACR commercial and industrial services including mechanical engineering design and construction, plumbing, building automation, special effects, indoor air quality (IAQ), preventive maintenance and systems repairs throughout Florida.  CES’s headquarters is located at 777 Bennett Drive in Longwood, Fla., and the company also operates a full-service office in Tampa, Fla.  For more information, visit www.cesmechanical.com.

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