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Business briefcase


By Times Staff Writer
Published June 27, 2005


Gregory, Sharer & Stuart, St. Petersburg, announces these promotions: Tina M. Beer and Denis J. DeMarino, audit supervisors; and Carol Ann Martin and W. John Ullrich, senior auditors. Beer, Martin and Ullrich were staff auditors; and DeMarino was a senior auditor.


Pamela Lewis has been named a copywriter at the Dutcher Group, Tampa. Lewis was a copywriter at Roberts Communications, Tampa


David Feeman has been named vice president and commercial banking officer at the Bank of Tampa's Armenia branch. Feeman was vice president and commercial relationship manager at SouthTrust Bank, Tampa.


Diane Gray has been named a MAS90 consultant at Ideal Consulting, Tampa. Gray was an accountant/office manager at Raymow Enterprises, Oldsmar.


Joshua M. Bomstein has been named business development manager at Creative Contractors Inc., Clearwater. Bomstein was a sales representative at McGraw Hill, Santa Barbara, Calif.


Angela Gennari has been named director of sales and marketing at Provident Hospitality, Tampa. Gennari was director of special events for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Tampa Bay.


Aon Consulting, Tampa, announces these promotions: Sherri L. Johnson and Tamsen Martin, assistant vice presidents in the health and welfare practice; and Lynn Moody, assistant vice president in the employee benefits outsourcing division. All were consultants.


Jennifer L. Mitchell has been named communications manager for the law firm of Carlton Fields, Tampa. Mitchell was a graphic designer for Fowler White Boggs Banker, Tampa.

Andrea Zelman has been elected to the board of directors of A Gift for Teaching, Tampa. Zelman is a counsel and a member of the environmental and land use practice group at the Tampa law firm of Fowler White Boggs Banker.


Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, St. Petersburg, has elected Louise R. Lopez and Ken Solis to its board of directors. Lopez is an audits manager at Progress Energy Florida, St. Petersburg; and Solis is senior vice president at Banc of America Investment Services Inc., Tampa.

The Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival has announced these appointments: Joseph J. Cook, programming director. The 2005 Friends of the Festival board of directors are Mariruth Kennedy, president; Christopher Constantinou, vice president; David Gonzalez, secretary; and Cameron Wetzel, treasurer; members are Chuck Wilhelm, Steven Anderson, Robert Akins, Leigh Ann Mills and John Thomas. Cook is an adjunct faculty member at the University of South Florida, the University of Tampa and Hillsborough Community College; Kennedy is vice president of sales and marketing at Our Town America Inc., Pinellas Park; Constantinou is information systems manager/district manager at Sacino's Formal Wear, St. Petersburg; Gonzalez is an internal auditor at the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, Tampa; Wetzel is a senior mortgage broker at Smith & Associates Mortgage Center, Tampa; Wilhelm is president of the Resource Group, Tampa; Anderson is a stylist at La Posh Salon, Safety Harbor; Akins is a senior marketing analyst at HSN Inc., St. Petersburg; Mills is a financial adviser at Ayral-Rosen Investment Group at Wachovia Securities, Tampa; and Thomas is marketing manager at Eagle Marketing Services, a division of Evatone Inc., Clearwater.


Christian Schnabel is the new owner and operating partner of MosquitoNix Holdings' new corporate center in Tampa. Schnabel was vice president and portfolio manager at Bank of America Private Bank, Tampa.


Sahlman Williams, Tampa, announces these appointments: Brooke Fyler , account executive; and Elizabeth Wallace , account associate. Fyler was an associate account executive; and Wallace was an intern at the Tampa Convention and Visitors Bureau.

[Last modified June 22, 2005, 20:37:03]

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