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Business digest: Hernando

By Times Staff Writer
Published March 15, 2004

Keller Williams Realty International recently had its family reunion in Orlando. The theme was "Surf's Up: Riding the Wave of Success."

Attending from the local office at 2715 Forest Road in the Timber Pines Center, Spring Hill, were: Elaine and Rick Guenon, Betty and Herman Pastori, Pamela Lampert, Sam and Len Foster, Lois Wilbur, Janet and Ralph Croft, Carmen Jones, Linda Beckner, Theresa Piela, Jennifer Holobaugh, Joyce Lane, Micki Hanna, Beth Bleich, Debbie Barnes, Mary Ann Ryan and Beth Powanda.

The Spring Hill office received the silver top profit sharing market center award. Sam Foster received the double gold market center administration award for excellence. Marian Brown won the quadruple gold award. Vera DuGray won the triple gold award.

Those receiving the agent's bronze award included: Carmen Jones, Joyce Lane, Beth Powanda, Carol and Vince Mina and Mary Hynes. Silver awards went to: Linda Beckner, Lois Wilbur, Mary Ann Ryan, Janet and Ralph Croft, Liz Piedra and Pat and Ron McInnis. Gold awards went to: Dennis Mundy and Dick Walen.

The Spring Hill market center received a bronze production award for commissions earned and units sold. The office can be reached at 688-6500.

Who's news

Dr. Pariksith Singh, founder and director of Access Health Care, 5350 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, recently was named to the position of clinical associate professor at the International University Health Sciences School of Medicine.

Singh, who is a mentor to International University students, is a board-certified physician with seven years of experience in internal medicine, and his practice also specializes in auto injury.

Brooksville Natural Foods, 1254 S Broad St., Brooksville, recently announced that Doe Pericles, a senior employee at the health food store, has qualified as a certified nutritional counselor and a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

Pericles has been a registered nurse since 1977 and has worked at Brooksville Natural Foods since 1998. She is hoping to use her new qualification to benefit the health of customers at three Natural Foods locations: Brooksville Natural Foods, Spring Hill Natural Foods and Inverness Natural Foods.

Pericles has been a Brooksville resident since 1982. She can be reached at 796-9798.

- If you have announcements, mail the details to Jean Hayes, Business Digest, Hernando Times, 15365 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613-6174. You may also e-mail items to or fax them to 754-6133. Items may be edited for length and clarity. Photos are published as space permits; they will not be returned.

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