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Profiles of new or promoted Tampa Bay area executives

David W. Feeman

Senior Vice President and Office Executive, the Bank of Tampa

David W. Feeman has been promoted at the Bank of Tampa after serving as senior vice president in commercial banking. With more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry, Feeman has been with the Bank of Tampa since 2005. Feeman earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Miami University of Ohio and recently earned a diploma from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He is a board member for the Tampa Connection, is president of the Tampa Chapter of the Miami University Alumni Association and is active with the Boy Scouts of America's Learning Life Program.

Kevin T. Carlon

Chief Operating Officer of Ruth Eckerd Hall

Kevin T. Carlon joins Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, after serving with the North American Polo League in Palm Beach. Carlon will oversee several departments at Ruth Eckerd Hall, including marketing, education, programming, ticket office, information technology and facility operations. Previous experience includes Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood and Johnson & Wales University. He also was part of senior management with the USA Olympics, Colorado Rockies and the Denver Grizzles. Carlon earned a master of science degree in sports business and management from the University of Massachusetts.

Barbara Killingsworth

Vice President and Business Development Officer, First Home Bank

Barbara Killingsworth comes to First Home Bank, Seminole, after serving as owner of Killingsworth Associates, a full-service marketing and advertising company. Prior experience includes serving as senior loan consultant at American Home Mortgage, being a loan consultant at Ameriquest Mortgage, and being vice president of marketing at Barnett Bank (now Bank of America) and for Home Federal Bank. She attended St. Petersburg Junior College, the University of Florida and the University of South Florida. Killingsworth is marketing consultant for American Stage and is a charter member of American Stage Forum.

Valerie Diaz

Vice President, Chase and Associates Inc.

Valerie Diaz brings more than 20 years of experience with the federal court system to Chase and Associates Inc., a Tampa-based private investigations firm. Diaz most recently served as a probation officer and a federal sentencing guidelines specialist for Middle District of Florida in Tampa. Diaz earned an associate of arts and science degree in criminal justice from the State University of New York at Canton and earned a bachelor of science degree in public justice from State University of New York at Oswego. She was named the Presentence Officer of the Year in 1999 and 2000 for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa.

Profiles of new or promoted Tampa Bay area executives 07/05/08 [Last modified: Saturday, July 5, 2008 4:31am]
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