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Ad Partners Inc., Tampa, announces these appointments. Steve Saladino, art director; Cindy Honickman, account coordinator; Amanda Curry, media coordinator; and Tricia Mason, account manager. Saladino was art director at Chenoweth & Associates Advertising, Tampa; Honickman was marketing director at Ben & Jerry's, Gainesville; Curry was an intern at public relations firm FerenComm, New York; and Mason was an account executive at WTVT-Ch. 13, Tampa.


Larry Wilder has been appointed by Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio to the City of Tampa Public Art Committee. The committee

promotes the involvement of artists in projects that enhance Tampa.


Peter F. Keenan has been named landscape architect and arborist in the transportation and public programs at RS&H, Tampa. Keenan was a project manager at Urban Resource Group of Kimley-Horn Inc., Sarasota.


Craig M. Harris has been

named an associate at Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen, Tampa. Harris was admitted to the bar in 2007 and was a summer clerk with the firm. He concentrates in medical malpractice.

Michael S. Hooker received the 2008 Michael A. Fogarty "In the Trenches" Award. Given by the Hillsborough County Bar Association, the award recognizes excellence and integrity in civil advocacy with ongoing efforts and recent accomplishments in representing clients in court. Hooker is a shareholder in Glenn Rasmussen Fogarty & Hooker PA, Tampa, and practices in commercial litigation.

David Hendrix has been named president and chairman of the board directors of the Boy Scouts of America Gulf Ridge Council. Hendrix is a shareholder at GrayRobinson, Tampa and practices in commercial litigation, banking, administrative/regulator, construction and transportation law.

William R. Lane Jr. received the 2008 Legacy Award from the Hillsborough County Chapter of the American Red Cross. The award recognizes professional contributions toward promoting charitable planned giving in the community. Lane is a partner at Holland & Knight Tampa and is the North/Central Florida regional team leader for Holland & Knight's Private Wealth Services Group.

Derrick Michael Valkenburg joins the firm of Timothy G. Anderson PA, Tampa, specializing in injury and wrongful death, as an associate. Valkenburg was formerly with the State Attorney's Office in Tampa.

Fowler White Boggs Banker, Tampa, announces that Nava Ben-Avraham, Seema Kella and Jason Liu have joined the firm as associates. Ben-Avraham practices in the technology and product liability group and in products liability and professional malpractice. Kella practices in the securities and financial services group and concentrates in securities litigation. She was an associate at Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLP in Cleveland. iu practices in the corporate practice group where he concentrates in federal, state and international tax.


Andrew Cardenas has been named an account executive

at Red Frog Marketing, Largo. Cardenas was a visual merchandiser at Banana Republic, Tampa.

Non profit

Elizabeth D. Boyle has been named foundation coordinator

for the St. Petersburg/Tampa Chapter of eWomenNetwork, a foundation that provides cash resources and in-kind services through grants and awards in support of women and children. Boyle is vice president of operations and compliance at Dadata Inc., Clearwater.


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