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Albany Area Business Portfolio - Aug. 3, 2014

A weekly column on business people in Metro Albany and Southwest Georgia

Sarah F. Kjellin of the Watson Spence LLP law firm in Albany has been appointed to serve on the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia Board of Directors as a director of leadership development.

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Albany Business Portfolio - July 27, 2014

Jeffery R. Singleton honored by Georgia Dental Association

News about business leaders in Southwest Georgia

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Albany Area Business Portfolio - July 6, 2014

Promotions, changes and other activity of business people in metro Albany and Southwest Georgia

Albany Area Business Portfolio is a weekly column on business leaders in metro Albany and Southwest Georgia. Items may be emailed to Managing Editor Danny Carter at danny.carter@albanyherald.com or mailed to him at The Albany Herald, P.O. Box 48, Albany, Ga. 31702.

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On the Job with Gail Hall

Gail Hall is the retiring Boys and Girls Club finance director at the Albany area nonprofit

Gail Hall is retiring from full-time work as director of finance at the Boys and Girls Club of Albany, where she has worked for more than three decades.

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On the Job with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital VP of Emergency Services Victor Garcia

Sit down with director of emergency services at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

A new addition to the staff at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital speaks of his passion for the health care field and his desire to be able to meet John F. Kennedy.

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On the Job with Mona Qaqish

The Cookie Shoppe co-owner has been serving up hearty, homemade meals for nearly 30 years

On the Job with Mona Qaqish

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Business Portfolio - March 2, 2014

News about business people in Southwest Georgia

Intensivist Kenneth G. Kalassian, M.D., has joined Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital as the medical director of critical care services.

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On the Job with Julie Miller

A question-and-answer session with Southwest Health District Emergency Preparedness Director Julie Miller

Julie Miller works with various partner agencies throughout a 14-county area to ensure all the proper resources are in place when a disaster strikes.

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On the Job with Cary Burcham

Sit down with director of pediatric services at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

Cary Burcham is fairly new to the Albany area, having served as the director of childrens services at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital since June of last year.

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On the Job with Dan Phillips

Dan Phillips is the developmental director at the regional Alzheimers Association chapter

The regional Alzheimer’s Association office, located in Tifton, covers 35 counties in south Georgia.

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On the Job with Melissa H. Bullard

Melissa H. Bullard is owner of Hinman Pool Supply

Melissa H. Bullard sees Hinman Pool Supply as a family legacy as well as a business.

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On the Job with Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany Executive Director Kent Morrison

One-on-one sit-down with executive director of Albany Marine base

Kent Morrison, one of the top officials at MCLB-Albany, has a connection to the U.S. Marine Corps going back roughly four decades.

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On the Job with David Blackwell

David Blackwell is founder and CEO of With Perfection Inc., one of South Georgia's largest landscape maintenance contracting firms

David Blackwell, a Thomasville native, attended public schools in Albany and is a graduate of Gupton-Jones College in Atlanta.

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On the Job with James C. Davis

James C. Davis is the Dougherty County environmental health manager

James Davis has been serving as the environmental health county manager since November 2012, before that serving as an environmental health specialist for the Southwest Public Health District.

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On the Job with Charles Lamb

Albany attorney Charles Lamb is owner of the Lamb Law Firm PC

Albany attorney Charles Lamb shares his thoughts on a variety of subjects during an On the Job interview with Albany Herald reporter Brad McEwen.

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