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Published Sep. 27, 2005


Jack L. Bowersox has been named director, senior card division at CBB Architects in St. Petersburg. Bowersox was president of MAG-NET Healthcare Environments.


Neil J. Rauenhorst, president and chief executive at Opus South Corp., has been elected to the board of directors at Mercantile Bank in St. Petersburg.


Oren Building Inc. of Palm Harbor has announced the following appointments: Tammy Hazime, project manager; Robert Stoned, job superintendent; Teresa Bosserman, head of the estimating and purchasing department; Veronica Short, assistant to the controller; Mike Carhia, job foreman; Don Emmons, IT department chief; and Rickey Taylor, design department chief.


EMK Consultants in Tampa has announced the following appointments: Robert Nations has been named manager of the surveying and mapping department; and Kevin Garden, civil engineer project manager.


Jolie Bassin has been named director of marketing at Hidden Springs retirement community in Tampa. Bassin is regional marketing manager at Greystone Communications.

Tami Foley Conettas has been selected to serve as the Sarasota representative to the planned giving committee of All Children's Hospital Foundation Board. Conettas is a lawyer at Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell.

Ginger Galloway has been appointed national education adviser by the Ad 2 Division of the American Advertising Federation. Galloway is senior program manager in the marketing department at Tech Data Corp.

Bruce D. Lamb has been named to the Florida Commission of Excellence in Health Care. Lamb is a partner at the law firm of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell in Tampa.