JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Sept. 9 Announced at today's annualpolicyholders' meeting, Leerie T. Jenkins, Jr. was reelected to serve athree-year term on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida's (BCBSF) Board ofDirectors. Jenkins, an Orange Park resident, is chairman and chief executiveofficer of Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RSH).
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During his 36 years with RSH, Jenkins has served in various senior levelmanagement positions including in the planning services division and aspresident and CEO of the company's North Carolina operations.
Jenkins is also a member of the Florida Council of 100 and the Gator BowlAssociation, and serves on the boards of the Florida Chamber of Commerce andthe Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. He previously served as chair of theFlorida Chamber of Commerce, the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce andLeadership Florida.
In addition to Jenkins, John B. Ramil and Robert I. Lufrano, M.D. werereelected for three-year terms at today's policyholders' meeting. BCBSF alsoannounced today the retirement of board member DuBose Ausley after 26 years ofdedicated service.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida is a leader in Florida's healthindustry. BCBSF and its subsidiaries serve more than 8.8 million people. Since1944, the company has been dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of all thoseit serves by offering an array of choices. BCBSF is a not-for-profit,policyholder-owned, tax-paying mutual company. Headquartered in Jacksonville,Fla., BCBSF is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue ShieldAssociation, an association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shieldcompanies. For more information concerning BCBSF, please see its Web site atwww.bcbsfl.com .
SOURCE Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida