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Plymouth Harbor board gets biz-centric infusion

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  • | 5:55 p.m. January 2, 2015
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SARASOTA — Former Sarasota Memorial Hospital President and CEO Dr. Duncan Finlay has been elected chair of the board of trustees that oversees Plymouth Harbor, a prominent nonprofit continuing care retirement community in Sarasota.

Finlay is currently president and CEO of the Florence A. Rothman Institute and Chief Medical Officer of Alive Sciences, a Sarasota-based health care firm. A Plymouth Harbor trustee for three years, Finlay is part of a new slate of elected officers and members with a heavy concentration of business backgrounds, according to a release. Other new officers include former State College of Florida President Sarah Pappas, named vice chair; Gateway Bank of Southwest Florida Executive Vice President Brian Hall, elected treasurer; and Cindy Malkin, a recent board chair of the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation, elected secretary.

New board members include former food service and hospitality executive John Cranor, who is currently non-executive chair of the board of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen; former Sarasota County Commissioner Nora Patterson; and current Sarasota Memorial Hospital CFO William Woeltjen.

Plymouth Harbor, on Sarasota Bay, was founded in 1966. It has about 300 residents. It offers customized independent living residences, home care, assisted living and skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy services.


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