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Sunday, June 8, 2014

Kelleher joins First State Bank

First State Bank of the Florida Keys welcomes Martin Kelleher as assistant vice resident/consumer loans manager.

Kelleher, who holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Florida International University, brings more than 25 years of banking and real estate experience. He has held positions such as vice president, consumer lending operations; credit due diligence underwriter; and supervisor of credit and forensic due diligence lending.

He has been an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, United Way, and the YMCA of Broward County.

Mayberry receives marketing award

For the third year in a row, Doug Mayberry Real Estate has received the All-Star Award from Constant Contact, Inc., marketing advisor to more than half a million small organizations worldwide.

Each year, Constant Contact bestows the All-Star Award to a select group of businesses and nonprofits that are successfully leveraging online marketing tools to engage their customer base, and drive success for their organization. Mayberry's results ranked among the top 10 percent of Constant Contact's international customer base.

"We put a lot of energy into our newsletters and enjoy providing useful information about the Key West real estate market as well as community interest articles to our readers," Mayberry said.

Adelman opens satellite practice

Dr. Richard Adelman from Panama City, recently opened a satellite medical practice in the offices of Dr. Robert Catana on North Roosevelt Boulevard.

Adelman is offering medical and cosmetic services, including the treatment of varicose and spider veins in addition to Botox, hormone replacement therapy, hair removal, weight management and facial rejuvenation.

He attended medical school at University of South Florida in Tampa and did his residency at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

He has been a board certified Ob/Gyn for more than 30 years, and has focused his attention on the treatment of women's health issues such as menopause and bioidentical hormone replacement.

In 2004, Adelman developed an interest in therapy for varicose and spider veins and completed a preceptorship at the Vein and Aesthetic Center in Jacksonville. He became a board-certified phlebologist in 2009 and later, a registered phlebology sonographer. During his years in gynecology and venous disorders, he encountered many patients needing cosmetic services and his interest in the cosmetic field prompted him to pursue further education in this specialty. He has been performing cosmetic treatments since 2006.

Adelman has owned a home in the Keys for 10 years and will be alternating between Key West and his existing practice in Panama City.