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Southwest Florida Players - Oct. 2006

Amy Keller | 10/1/2006

? Stephen Knopik is the new CEO of Beall's Inc. He takes over from Robert M. Beall II, who will continue to serve as chairman. Knopik was president of the Bradenton-based chain for eight years.

? Joseph Troy has succeeded retired executive vice president and CFO William Ohrt at Walter Industries (NYSE-WLT).

? Douglas Stewart, former treasurer at Bonita Bay Group, is the new president and COO of Fort Myers-based Forestry Resources Inc., which manufactures landscape products. ? Stephen Stewart is the new Cape Coral area president for Florida Gulf Bank.

? Carole Ketterhagen has retired after 15 years as director of the St. Petersburg Clearwater Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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