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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Tejeda elected to state agency

Managers and public officials from municipal electric utilities throughout Florida elected six of their own to lead a statewide power agency in 2014-15. Elections for the Florida Municipal Power Agency's board of directors and all-requirements project executive committee took place July 18 at the agency's annual meeting in Naples.

Lynne Tejeda, general manager and CEO of Keys Energy Services (KEYS), was re-elected secretary. She was appointed as KEYS' alternate to FMPA's board of directors in 2005 and as a member of the board in 2013. She has served on the executive committee since 2005 and is also chair of FMPA's conservation and renewable energy advisory committee, of which she is a founding member.

StayFit honors Bennett

StayFit Studio recently honored Heather Bennett as "Fit Member of the Month."

"You will find Heather at any one of our many classes, her commitment to making time in her busy life for fitness is inspiring," said Raquel Robbins-McCarthy, StayFit owner.

Stay Fit owners created the award to recognize outstanding StayFit members who are well-rounded, show determination, consistency, and commitment to her/his goals and health.

Each "Fit Member of the Month" receives free classes and a complimentary massage at the studio.

Mariners' medical staff elects leaders

The medical staff of Mariners Hospital selected its slate of leaders for the next two years. Emergency physician Kenneth Ahonen, M.D., will serve as president; and family practitioner Brian Magrane, M.D., will fill the seat of vice president. Internist Joanne Mahoney, M.D., remains as section-of-medicine chief; and general surgeon Alan Netzman, D.O., remains as section-of-surgery chief. Radiologist Ashley Smith, M.D., was elected member-at-large. Neurologist Elisa Brown-Soltero, M.D., will serve as past president.

The new officers serve as the medical executive committee, which is responsible for overseeing the organized medical staff of almost 128 physicians at Mariners Hospital as well as the overall quality of care provided to patients and patient safety.