Career Track; Promotions/Appointments

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Career Track; Promotions/Appointments


BANKING/FINANCE

-- The Bank of New York Trust Co. NA promoted Janet Ricardo and Michele O'Donnell to assistant vice presidents, Carolinas Municipal Unit.

-- Brenda Lalley Howard joined Raymond James Financial Services Inc.'s San Jose Boulevard office as a financial adviser.

-- Camarda Financial Advisors Inc. hired Bill Goss to assist the firm in its marketing activities.

-- Scott Preston, vice president/cash management and compliance officer, transferred from Synovus Financial Corp. in Columbus, Ga.; and lending assistant Anna Jensen transferred from Synovus affiliate Tallahassee State Bank; to join Synovus Bank of Jacksonville.

INSURANCE

-- Harden & Associates promoted Maria Viccaro to account manager, commercial insurance division.

LEGAL

-- R. Joseph Dill joined the law firm of Eraclides, Johns, Hall, Gelman, Eikner & Johannessen LLP. He will practice in the areas of commercial litigation, collections, landlord and tenant law, construction law and bankruptcy.

-- Shawn Arnold joined the law firm of Brennan Manna & Diamond LLC. His practice will focus on commercial, construction and eminent domain litigation.

MEDICAL

-- Diversified Therapy appointed David Hurley to the position of vice president of clinical affairs.

-- AmeriPlan USA Corp. promoted Daniel Luxenberg to executive sales director.

-- Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery added Brett Snyder as a cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon.

REAL ESTATE

-- Anthony Marotta joined Magnolia Properties as a real estate agent.

-- Ryland Homes hired Christopher Allen as a sales associate for the Bonaparte Landing community on the Northside. …

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