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Financial adviser earns Gold Elite status

Doreen Scott, vice president of investments with Ameriprise Financial at 4821 U.S. 19 in New Port Richey, recently earned the company's Gold Elite status in recognition of reaching outstanding company goals. As an experienced financial adviser, Scott has been servicing client needs in Pasco County for 13 years.

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UPS honors employees for years of service

United Parcel Service has honored Chris Ahrens and Alan Gates for completing 30 years of service. Derek Watkinson was honored for completing 25 years of service.

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Dade City hospital adds online payment

Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City is pleased to announce the addition of online bill pay. This new service will give patients the convenience of paying their bills quickly and securely through the hospital's Web site. Patients can access the service at www.PascoRegional MC.com.

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Coldwell Banker taps top performers

Coldwell Banker F.I. Grey & Son Residential Inc. of New Port Richey announced its top Realtors for February: Joseph P. Maceda Jr., Wilma Lee, Susanna Vizzari and Hazel Fayling.

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Marketing pair join Horizon Homecare

Horizon Homecare at 7421 Ridge Road in Port Richey is pleased to announce the addition of two marketing positions. Sara Rittenhouse will serve the east Pasco area and Keith DeMeo will serve the west Pasco area.

E-mail items to lazich@sptimes.com or mail to Lucille Lazich, Business Digest, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey, FL. 34668. Call (727) 869-6235.

Pasco County business briefs 03/15/09 [Last modified: Sunday, March 15, 2009 6:52pm]
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