The Manatee Chamber of Commerce’s Fifth Annual Champions of Healthcare, announced Thursday at an awards breakfast at the Polo Grill in Lakewood Ranch, include, first row, left to right, Dr. Ashok Krishnamurthy, Mary Ruiz, Arika Manapat and Mary Ann Legler. Second row, from left, Kobee Masiello, Dr. Jennifer McCullen, Sally Mathews, Mark Gardner, accepting for Dr. Arthur Valadie and Dr. Allessandro Golino. Third row, from left, Angie Hadlock, Earl Kulpa, Calen MacDonald, Carol Whitmore, Victoria Reinhartz, and James Crutchfield.
The Manatee Chamber of Commerce’s Fifth Annual Champions of Healthcare, announced Thursday at an awards breakfast at the Polo Grill in Lakewood Ranch, include, first row, left to right, Dr. Ashok Krishnamurthy, Mary Ruiz, Arika Manapat and Mary Ann Legler. Second row, from left, Kobee Masiello, Dr. Jennifer McCullen, Sally Mathews, Mark Gardner, accepting for Dr. Arthur Valadie and Dr. Allessandro Golino. Third row, from left, Angie Hadlock, Earl Kulpa, Calen MacDonald, Carol Whitmore, Victoria Reinhartz, and James Crutchfield. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
The Manatee Chamber of Commerce’s Fifth Annual Champions of Healthcare, announced Thursday at an awards breakfast at the Polo Grill in Lakewood Ranch, include, first row, left to right, Dr. Ashok Krishnamurthy, Mary Ruiz, Arika Manapat and Mary Ann Legler. Second row, from left, Kobee Masiello, Dr. Jennifer McCullen, Sally Mathews, Mark Gardner, accepting for Dr. Arthur Valadie and Dr. Allessandro Golino. Third row, from left, Angie Hadlock, Earl Kulpa, Calen MacDonald, Carol Whitmore, Victoria Reinhartz, and James Crutchfield. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

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