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Business women's group honors company president

The American Business Women's Tangerine Charter Chapter recently honored Jack Woodall, president of Innovative Technology Inc., as Business Associate of the Year at the organization's annual awards social. Woodall was chosen by a panel of three judges from outside Hernando County. Selection was based on organizational involvement and personal and career development. Woodall has a bachelor's degree in management and advertising from Stetson University in Deland and a master's in international affairs from George Washington University. He served 34 years in the U. S. Army and rose to the rank of general. Woodall has been in charge of daily operations at Innovative Technology since 1992. He is chairman of the Hernando County Economic Development Committee and is a Hernando County Chamber of Commerce board member.

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These SunBank and Trust Co. employees were elected to the following positions at a recent board of directors meeting: Carol A. Burnell, vice president/trust investment officer; Gerald B. Desentz, senior vice president; Larry Garofano, vice president; Donald T. Johnson, assistant vice president; Michael L. Lingle, vice president; Eric Nordlund, assistant vice president; and Randall E. Poston, vice president.

Dr. I. Warren Hersch of Lakeside Family Dental Care recently received a Diplomat Certificate from the American Society of Osseointegration for accomplishments in the field of implant dentistry. Brad R. Gosen and Nancy Esposito-DiBona recently joined the staff at Lakeside. Gosen practices children's dentistry. Esposito-DiBona is a dental hygienist.

The American Business Women's Tangerine Chapter recently awarded these scholarships: Linda Spenceley, $250; Annamaria Eulo, $250; Misty Renee Sullens, $250; Mary Ellen Rerrara, $250; Cynthia Torres, $500; Jessica J. Mitchell, $500; Claudia Cappiello, $500; Theresa Risselli, $500; Jamie Keel, $500; and Laura Lynn Gaula, $500.

Area podiatrists Charles M. Miller and John E. Baker recently attended the Florida Podiatric Medical Association's annual meeting and convention in Orlando. The three-day meeting featured postgraduate medical education courses on the latest techniques and procedures for the treatment of foot disorders. Miller's practice is at 11373 Cortez Blvd., suite 305, in Brooksville. Baker's practice is at 5333 Commercial Way, suite 110, in Spring Hill.

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W. "Bill" Kundrat Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Florida Retail Federation, the state's leading retail trade association, recently announced his retirement effective Dec. 31, 1995. For information on Kundrat's vacant position, write ASAE, Attn: Robert A. MacDicken, CAE, Vice President, Human Resources and Executive Employment, 1575 Eye St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20005, or call 202-626-2790.

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