November 24, 2014

Northeast Fla. Business Players - January 2011

| 1/1/2011

» St. Luke’s Hospital of Jacksonville hired a new president, Donnie L. Romine.

Donnie L. Romine
Donnie L. Romine

Most recently CEO of Weatherford Regional Medical Center in Texas, Romine has roots in Jacksonville and 25 years’ experience in hospital administration.

» Jacksonville’s Lender Processing Services named Tom Schilling executive vice president and CFO. Schilling previously held management positions at USA Mobility, Cincinnati Bell’s Broadwing and MCI.

» Blue Medical Supply, a private medical and surgical supply distributor in Jacksonville, named Shaun Ginter, former CEO at Goverline Logistics, president and CEO.

» The University of Florida’s College of Engineering named David Whitney its first "entrepreneur in residence." Whitney, a 30-year venture capital veteran who is managing director of Energent Ventures, will teach and coach engineering students and faculty in all aspects of entrepreneurship.

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