Names and faces

October 14, 2013 

Bobbie Jo Redmon, clinical supervisor for North River Dental, has been recognized as one of The Top 25 Women in Dentistry for 2013. The winners are chosen based on the number of nominations, the quality of those nominations, their contribution to the dental community and the diversity their story brings to the category. Redmon has been a dental assistant for more than 18 years, and has been employed with North River Dental since June of 2002.

Brian Bartlett, has been named the new technical services coordinator at United Systems Computer Group. In his role he will manage day-in and day-out communications with clients. Bartlett's main objectives are to respond to pressing service requests of clients while coordinating and managing the schedules of United System's team of technical engineers. Holding a Six Sigma Yellow Belt from the Aveta Business Institute, Bartlett is trained for Six Sigma's structured approach to problem-solving using data to make decisions.

Michelle Dunn has joined RoseBay International Inc. as a sales associate in the Southside Village office. Raised in Sarasota, Dunn is a graduate of Sarasota High School and studied cultural anthropology at Manatee Community College. In addition to her extensive local knowledge, she brings a background in sales and strong interpersonal skills. Dunn recently returned to Sarasota after living in England for five years.

Cody Stewart has been

hired as systems support specialist with SouthTech, an IT services firm. Stewart relocated from Bloomington, Indiana where he worked as a Service Desk Technician supporting three hospitals and 30 offsite doctors and business offices. With additional experience as a Sharepoint administrator and network security, Stewart's expertise will be utilized as a systems support specialist providing desktop, server and network support to SouthTech clients.

Vicki Bartz of Tidewell Hospice was selected as the Bradenton Woman of the Month for the Successful Women Aligning Together Networking organization.

Bob Hoyle presented "Mediation Conflicts of Interest: Traps for the Unwary" as a national webinar for LawReview CLE. The program described ethical problems faced by mediators and provided suggestions on how to avoid them. Hoyle has been a certified circuit civil mediator since 1999 and is a partner with the Harrison, Kirkland, Pratt and McGuire law firm in Bradenton.

Keller Williams on the Water Sarasota and Bradenton welcomes its newest agents. Joining the Bradenton office are: Jennifer Adams, Devon Darsey, Tina Doxtator, Patti Evans, Annette Forsberg, Armindo Gonzalez, Erin Goodier, Deb Hanson, Ken Hanson, Maryann Lawler, Marilyn Preiss, Matthew Sharp, and Angelia Shivalier.

Joining the Sarasota office are: Mary Alcober, Thomas Bangerter, David Bowles, Chip Deacon, Rich Ganim, Mindy Koopman, Donna Lagarce, Michael Martino, George Minton, Glenda Pizzoferrato, Jon Schiewe and Lawrence Lansons

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