October 22, 2014

Southwest Florida Players - Nov. 2006

Amy Keller | 11/1/2006

? Tech Data tapped Robert Dutkowsky as the company's new CEO. He replaces Steven A. Raymund, who remains chairman of the Clearwater company. Barb Miller, director of government and technical services, was promoted to vice president of government, technical and integration services for the IT company.

? In a Sweetbay Supermarket management shift, Craig Geer moves from vice president of merchandizing to vice president of store engineering and construction services. Steve Smith takes over as merchandizing vice president. Russ Lake, director of corporate development, is the grocer's new director of real estate and growth strategy.


Tom Tosi

? Tom Tosi left Taylor Woodrow to become president of the EarthMark Cos.' Tampa Bay operations.

? Bradentonbased First Watch Restaurants named real estate industry veteran Michael Pacini vice president of development and Chris Tomasso chief marketing officer. Pacini had been a principal at Sunrise Development, an Orlando-based consulting firm. Tomasso was most recently vice president of marketing for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.

? The Sembler Co. has changed its name simply to Sembler as part of a rebranding and promoted Dawn Ladd to vice president of marketing.

Tags: Southwest, Tampa Bay

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