Our Staff

We don't have space to name all the friendly and hardworking employees at FLRC but we thought you may want to know more about some of the people you are sure to interact with while living in our suburban oasis.

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Nancy Pleasants
FLRC Administrator

Nancy Pleasants, BSN, was voted Florida Living Retirement Center Administrator by the Executive Committee August 7, 2006. Nancy previously served as an Administrator of Florida Hospital Home Infusion Nursing Services and then as Administrator of LifeCare Solutions, Inc., a home care agency.

Mark Hall
Project Manager

Mark’s career high points relating to building and contracting projects are: Texas Roadhouse restaurants and the Orange County Cancer Center. He was the contractor for the complete remodel of the gift shops, camp store, and concession stands for Blue Springs State Park. Mark has been working for Florida Living as a sub-contractor, then full time as Project Manager for the past 3 years.


Jim King
Onsight pastor

Originally from Nashville, TN Jim King received his BA in applied theology from Southern Ministry college.  He worked all over the country for 50 years before coming to our community.  He was attracted to this church by the quality of people and their deportment.  His favorite place on the property is Fritche Hall.  Pastor Jim is very proud of the work he does here and feels privileged to take part in bringing people closer to Christ.  He also has a lovely wife, Judy and two exceptional children.


Katty Castro
Public Relations & Recruiter

Katty Castro works in Public Relations as well as a recruiter. She liaisons with schools, churches, pastors, and other agencies plus oversees the social media. Katty holds a Master in Social Work and a B.A in Behavioral Science from Andrews University and has been working FLRC since 2018. She is fully bilingual in Spanish too. Currently, she is engaging in updating the FLRC flyers and the website. Katty discovered that one of the rewards of working at FLRC is a valuable insight into the aging process and the opportunity to think about what matter most in life.


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Angela Armenteros