Mayo Clinic has named John Presutti as chief executive officer of Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross, Ga., effective March 2. He succeeds Kenneth Calamia, who will retire from Mayo Clinic at the end of 2015. Presutti has been with Mayo Clinic since 1997 and is currently chairman of the Division of Regional Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Jacksonville.

 

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LandSouth Construction, a Jacksonville-based general contractor specializing in multifamily and senior housing, has announced two new additions to the team: Jason Fansler as a project manager and Susan Duggan as a project administrator. The company also named Dana Webb, financial controller, as its 2014 Diamond Award winner. It’s given to the employee who best represents the company’s core values.

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Hanson Professional Services Inc. of Jacksonville recently hired Michael Holland as a senior transportation engineer. Holland will be the technical lead for a variety of local and state government roadway design projects across Florida and the Southeast.

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McGuire Woods has elevated 15 lawyers to the firm’s partnership, including Sara Holladay-Tobias who is in complex commercial litigation in the Jacksonville office.

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Community Health Outreach has hired Steve Burnett as executive director and Bernice Mauras as operations director.

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Jeanne Casey and Holly Balogh have joined the board of directors of the North Florida chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Casey is director at large while Balogh is local program council director.

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Angela and Donnie Greenway recently joined the RE/MAX Unlimited Vilano Beach office as Realtors.

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ElderSource has new members of its staff and its boards.

Judith Leibowitz has been hired as the LGBT elders initiative coordinator. She previously worked as a consultant on Project Breakthrough for OneJax. Heather R. Corey is the new director of development for Friends of ElderSource, and will be responsible for the agency’s fundraising efforts. Corey was formerly a freelance fundraising consultant and director of development and marketing with Jewish Family & Community Services.

Joining the board of directors are Lynn Esposito, vice president of sales operations for Florida Blue, who resides in Clay County, and Coley Jones, middle market vice president with TD Bank US.

Joining the advisory council members are: Michael W. Kloehn, retired planning and zoning director of Clay County; Helen B. Britt, retired educator and former director of career services at Edward Waters College; Donald K. Parker, retired from a career in planning, public speaking and community relations; Malcolm Noden, retired senior lecturer in Management, Economics, Marketing and Tourism at the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University.

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Sherry Davidson, president of Davidson Realty Inc., has joined the board of directors of the St. Johns County Education Foundation

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