Jarvis Kendrick addressing the victim's family in court. Photo credit: Florida State Attorney's Office

Two years ago, a newspaper lauded Jarvis Kendrick as an emerging young leader in Central Florida’s business community.

On Monday, the former senior vice president of the $2.9 billion MidFlorida Credit Union in Lakeland, began his four-year prison sentence for the fatal hit and run of a 74-year-old woman last October. Circuit Judge Kevin Abdoney also sentenced Kendrick, 38, to four years, to be served concurrently, for attempting to tamper with evidence in an effort to conceal his hit and run crime. He was also sentenced to 10 years of probation following his prison term and 200 hours of community service. Judge Abdoney also revoked Kendrick’s license for three years and ordered him to pay fines and court costs.

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