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2010 Power List

  1. Quint Studer, CEO, Studer Group
  2. Jim Reeves, Attorney; Developer
  3. Mike Papantonio, Attorney; Founder, Emerald Coastkeeper
  4. Susan Story, President/CEO, Gulf Power Company
  5. J. Mort O’Sullivan, Managing Partner, O’Sullivan Creel
  6. Jim Cronley, Partner, Terhaar & Cronley
  7. Buzz Ritchie, CEO, Gulf Coast Community Bank
  8. Fred Donovan, President, Baskerville-Donovan
  9. Bob Kerrigan, Attorney
  10. Bill Greenhut, President, Greenhut Construction
  11. Ken Ford, CEO, Institute of Human and Machine Cognition
  12. Robert Rinke, Developer
  13. Kevin Doyle, Publisher, Pensacola News Journal
  14. Laura Kaiser, CEO , Sacred Heart Health System
  15. Dee Dee Ritchie, Broker, NAI Halford; PNJ columnist
  16. Al Stubblefield, President/CEO, Baptist Health Care
  17. Bentina Terry, VP, External Affairs and Corporate Services, Gulf Power
  18. Judy Bense, President, University of West Florida
  19. Britt Landrum, President/CEO, Landrum Companies
  20. Miller Caldwell Jr., President, Caldwell Associates Architects
  21. Ed Meadows, President, Pensacola Junior College
  22. Garrett Walton, Attorney; Developer
  23. Eric Nickelsen, Developer
  24. Dick Appleyard, President, Appleyard Agency; VP/Marketing, Sacred Heart Health System
  25. Mark Proctor, Managing Partner, Levin Papantonio
  26. Al Coby, City Manager, Pensacola
  27. Ellis Bullock III, President, E.W. Bullock Associates
  28. Keith Gregory, VP/Region Manager, Cox Communications
  29. Jerry Maygarden, Executive Director, Better Pensacola Forum
  30. David Bear, VP, The Lewis Bear Co.
  31. Bobby Switzer, VP, Lamar Advertising
  32. Charles Carlan, President, Hatch Mott MacDonald of Florida
  33. Corbett A. Davis, Jr., Owner, Jewelers Trade Shop; Author
  34. Tommy Tait, Northwest Florida President, Whitney Bank
  35. John Hutchinson, Corporate Services General Manager, Gulf Power Co.
  36. Lumon May, Contractor, May Construction Co.
  37. Sandy Sansing, President/CEO, Sandy Sansing Automotive Group
  38. Julian MacQueen, CEO, Innisfree Hotels
  39. Debbie Ritchie, Operations Director, Studer Group
  40. Eddie Todd, Architect; Chairman, Community Maritime Park Associates
  41. Bryan Aylstock, Attorney
  42. Lacey Collier, U.S. District Court Judge
  43. Teri Levin, Developer; Community Volunteer
  44. Blaise Adams, Regional President, RBC Bank
  45. Crystal Spencer, Attorney
  46. Ray Russenberger, CEO, Marina Management
  47. Neal Nash, Developer
  48. Danny Zimmern, Commercial Realtor; President of Pensacola Mardi Gras
  49. John Carr, Developer
  50. Carol Carlan, Market President, GulfSouth Private Bank
  51. Justin Beck, President, Beck Property Co.
  52. Larry Newsom, Interim County Administrator, Escambia
  53. Tad Ihns, President, Avalex Technologies Corporation
  54. Brian Spencer, Principal, Spencer Maxwell Bullock Architecture
  55. Dick Baker, Developer
  56. John Griffing, President, NAI Halford
  57. David Peaden, Executive Director, HBA of West Florida
  58. Donnie McMahon, President, McMahon Hadder Insurance
  59. Evon Emerson, President/CEO, Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce
  60. Jim Moulton, Developer
  61. Marilyn Hess, Chairman, American Fidelity
  62. John Peacock, Shareholder, Edward Jones
  63. Michael Carro, Commercial Broker, NAI Halford
  64. Buck Lee, General Manager, Santa Rosa Island Authority
  65. Lawrence Schill, General Counsel, Merrill Land Co.
  66. LuTimothy May, Pastor, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
  67. Neil D. Overholtz, Attorney
  68. Stephen Sorrell, Executive Director, ECUA
  69. Derek Cosson, Progressive Pensacola Founder
  70. Susan Watson, Director, Northwest Florida Office of the ACLU
  71. Tom Owens, City Executive, Branch Banking and Trust Company
  72. Franklin “Kim” Kimbrough, Executive Director, Downtown Improvement Board
  73. Jeff DeWeese, Partner, O’Sullivan Creel
  74. Deborah Dunlap, Owner, Deborah Dunlap Properties; Author
  75. Nancy Fetterman, Honorary Chairman, Vice Admiral John H. Fetterman State of Florida Maritime Museum and Research Center