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Lennar’s Stuart A. Miller to get Lifetime Achievement Award from Ernst & Young

 
 
Stuart A. Miller, CEO of Lennar Corp., will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from Ernst & Young.
Stuart A. Miller, CEO of Lennar Corp., will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from Ernst & Young.
CHARLES TRAINOR JR

mbrannigan@MiamiHerald.com

Stuart A. Miller, the CEO of Miami-based Lennar Corporation, the homebuilding giant, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for 2014 from Ernst & Young LLP.

Ernst & Young said the lifetime achievement award will be presented June 12 at the Hilton Orlando as part of its gala event to announce the Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in various categories for Florida.

Ernst and Young on Thursday also unveiled finalists for the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Florida. South Florida finalists include Anthony Alfonso, president and CEO of Nutri-Force Nutrition in Miami Lakes, and Amin Rahman Ramjee, president and CEO of BEL USA LLC in Medley, both in the distribution and manufacturing category.

Other South Florida finalists are: Daniel Cane, co-founder, president and CEO of Modernizing Medicine in Boca Raton, and Albert Santalo, CEO of CareCloud in Miami, both in the emerging category; Joseph J. Incandela, CEO, Cross Country Home Services in Fort Lauderdale, in the services category; John A. Kanas, chairman and CEO of BankUnited in Miami Lakes, in the family business category; and Kevin Sheehan, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line in Miami, in the hospitality and leisure category.

The winners will go on to a national competition in November in Palm Springs, California.

The awards, which are in their 28th year, are nationally sponsored by SAP Americas and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

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