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published March 31, 2003


Price Donoghue Ridenour, CPAs and Business Consultants, Clearwater, announced the following new shareholders: Brian L. Gunderson, Tracy L. Jardine and Ann M. Paxton. All were managers.


Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe Architects, St. Petersburg, announced the following appointments: Al Cordova and Michael R. Johnson, project architectes, and S. Anne Hendricks, interior designer. Cordova was a senior project manager and construction administrator for Mason Blau & Associates, Clearwater; Johnson was a project architect for Breslin Ridyard Fadero Architects, Allentown, Pa.; and Hendricks was an intern at Indiana University Residential Programs and Services, Bloomington, Ind.


Kenneth E. Feck has been named vice president of commercial lending for United Bank, St. Petersburg. Feck was vice president of business banking for Mercantile Bank, St. Petersburg.


Crown Community Development named Teri McGinnis marketing director for the Seven Oaks planned community in Pasco County. McGinnis was sales director for Arbor Greene in New Tampa.


Dr. David M. McGrew has been named president of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Physicians. McGrew is medical director for Hernando-Pasco Hospice and is utilization review and case management physician adviser for Oak Hill Hospital Spring Hill.


Carlton Fields, Tampa, elected following shareholders to the law firm: Robert E. Biasotti, Matthew J. Conigliaro and Joseph H. Lang Jr., appellate practice and trial support group, St. Petersburg; Thomas P. Barber and Ellen L. Koehler Lyons, litigation and dispute resolution practice group, Tampa; and Jill H. Bowman and J. Andrew Meyer, litigation and dispute resolution practice group, St. Petersburg. The following shareholders were elected to the board of directors: Gary L. Sasso and Sylvia H. Walbolt, St. Petersburg; and Chris S. Coutroulis, Richard A. Denmon, Edward W. Gerecke, Ruth Barnes Kinsolving, Edgel C. Lester Jr., Luis Prats, Thomas A. Snow, and Robert A. Soriano, Tampa.

Cathy R. LeBeau has joined the law firm of Fowler White Boggs Banker, Tampa as "of counsel." LeBeau was in-house counsel for University Community Hospital Inc., Tampa.

Carolyn House Stewart has been elected international secretary of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Stewart is a shareholder at the law firm of Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen, Tampa.


Kevin Hohl has been named national account manager for Eagle Marketing Services, Clearwater. Hohl was director of marketing for Florida Sports Ventures, Clearwater.


Xerographics, St. Petersburg, announced the following appointments: Janet Harrison, director of the reprographics division; and John McGinty, executive sales representative. Harrison was vice president of Free Press, Tampa; and McGinty was a digital systems specialist for Boring Business Systems, Lakeland.


Jesse Goodman has been promoted to director of the Staples' Business Resource Center, Clearwater. Goodman was the center's coordinator.

Gene McNichols has been inducted into the Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame by the Florida Council on Economic Education. McNichols is president of McNichols Co., Tampa.


Jimmie Butler has been promoted to chief operating officer for ExitNow Inc., Redington Beach. Butler was vice president of Web development.


Brad Courtney has been named president and senior nonlinear editor of Post Modern Inc., Largo. Courtney was senior Avid editor for Shooting Stars Post Inc., Tampa.

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