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Partners in dentistry make move in Largo

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published May 15, 2002

Sokolov and Piper Family Dentistry has relocated its mid-county office to 7500 Bryan Dairy Road, Suite C, Largo. The practice also has an office at 7601 Dr. M.L. King (Ninth) St. N, Suite A, St. Petersburg. Dr. Mark Sokolov, a graduate of the University of Michigan Dental School, has been practicing dentistry in the bay area since 1989. Dr. David Piper, a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, has been practicing since 1993.

Central Animal Hospital in St. Petersburg has been approved by the American Animal Hospital Association, joining seven other animal hospitals in St. Petersburg with that accreditation. The association says its goal is "excellent patient care." It began the facility reviews in 1933. Animal hospitals applying for the accreditation are inspected by the association and graded in 12 different areas. Central Animal Hospital is owned by Dr. Mark C. Brown.

Amanda Eyde has been named quality assurance and training coordinator for NetWise Technology in St. Petersburg. Before the appointment, Eyde served as training designer with Accenture, St. Petersburg. Stefan Lowrie has been named internal systems manager for the company. Before the appointment, Lowrie served as vice president with Global Data Technologies, Clearwater.

Raymond James & Associates Inc., St. Petersburg, have named Bradley Vander Ploeg and John Pandtle senior vice presidents in the equity research department. Before the appointments, Ploeg was a senior analyst in financial services with Robert W. Baird & Co. in Chicago; and Pandtle was a senior financial services analyst at Eagle Asset Management, St. Petersburg.

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