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Doctor elected as group's governor

By PIPER CASTILLO JONES

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 1, 2001


Dr. John W. Mason has been elected a governor of the College of American Pathologists. Mason is chief of pathology and laboratory medicine services at the V.A. Medical Center at Bay Pines and is a clinical professor of pathology at the University of South Florida School of Medicine in Tampa.

Mark Moser has been appointed director of convention services and catering for the TradeWinds Beach Resorts and Conference Centers, St. Pete Beach. Before the appointment, Moser served as director of catering and convention services at the Hotel Inter-Continental Miami.

Mercantile Bank of St. Petersburg has announced the following promotions: Linda Walton, vice president/deposit operations; Thomas Sullivan, vice president/item and data processing manager; Tammy J. Baker, vice president/consumer lending manager; and Hildegard "Dee" Collins, vice president/loan servicing manager.

Roney Parrish Design Group of St. Petersburg has been selected to design the following projects: Villas Del Verde, 62-unit town-house community in Gulfport; the Villages of North Redington Beach, 72-unit town-house community in North Redington Beach; Seminole Manor Townhomes, 25-unit town-house community in Seminole; Townhomes at Gates Landing, 46-unit town-house community in Pinellas Park; and Lone Palm Beach Condominiums, 19-unit condominium in Madeira Beach.

-- Please send your business news items to Piper Jones Castillo, Neighborhood Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731. E-mail: piper@sptimes.com. Phone number: 893-8827.

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