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Crist wedding guest list

SCOTT KEELER   |   Times


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Jeff Atwater, Senate president

Al Austin, Republican fundraiser from Tampa

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker and wife, Joyce, St. Petersburg

Brian Ballard, former chief of staff for Gov. Bob Martinez and a campaign adviser to Crist

Rodney Barreto, a Crist fundraiser

Ron Book, South Florida lobbyist

Charlie Bronson, agriculture commissioner

Dean Colson, a Miami lawyer and adviser to the governor on higher education issues

Dr. Akshay Desai, head of Universal Health Care Insurance in St. Petersburg

Eric Eikenberg, Crist's chief of staff

Fazal Fazlin, entrepreneur (held fundraisers for Crist during the gubernatorial campaign), St. Petersburg.

Marty Fiorentino, lobbyist and campaign supporter

J. Charles Gray, chairman at GrayRobinson law firm

Jim Greer, Republican Party chairman

Lew Hay, CEO of Florida Power & Light

Watson Haynes, Pinellas politico

Rich Heffley, Tallahassee lobbyist

Paul Huck Jr. of Miami, legal adviser

Sherrill Hudson, CEO of TECO

Dr. Bill and Janet Hunter, St. Pete Beach

Erin Isaac, Crist's current communications director

Manny Kadre, an old friend

Chris Kise, a Tallahassee lawyer and unpaid adviser

Tom Kuntz, chief executive officer at SunTrust

Carl Kuttler Jr., St. Petersburg College president

George LeMieux, Crist's former chief of staff

Former U.S. Sen. Connie Mack, Crist's former boss

U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV, R-Fla.

U.S. Rep. Mary Bono Mack, R-Calif., wife of the younger Mack and widow of Sonny Bono

Former Republican Gov. Bob Martinez

Roberto Martinez, former U.S. attorney from Miami

Attorney General Bill McCollum

John McKay, former Senate president

Vivian Myrtetus, Crist's former communications director

Chris and Fay Nielsen, longtime St. Petersburg residents and philanthropists

Ken Pruitt, former Senate president

David Rancourt, Tallahassee lobbyist

Jim Rimes, GOP executive director

Geraldo Rivera, Fox newsman (Crist came to his mother's 85th birthday)

State Rep. Darryl Rouson and wife, Angela

Harry Sargeant III, a Boca Raton businessman and Republican fundraiser

Jim Scott, former Senate president

Brent and Debbie Sembler, Pinellas Park

Kathleen Shanahan, former chief of staff for Gov. Jeb Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney

Matt Silverman, Tampa Bay Rays president

Gus Stavros, founder of the Pinellas Education Foundation

Stuart Sternberg, Tampa Bay Rays principal owner

John Stross, real estate developer, owner of Leverock's restaurant

St. Petersburg Times chairman, CEO and editor Paul Tash and wife, Karyn, St. Petersburg

Carl Troup, governor's barber

U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler, D-Boca Raton

Jill Zarin, friend of Rome and cast member of the Bravo television series The Real Housewives of New York City

Crist wedding guest list 12/12/08 [Last modified: Monday, December 15, 2008 12:56pm]
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