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Dixon named president of anesthesiologists society

March 5th, 2007 11:21 am by Staff report






Two join Fort Henry Mall


Two join Oak Hill


Bullock earns designation


KINGSPORT - Dr. Mark Dixon recently assumed the office of president of the Tennessee Society of Anesthesiologists at its annual meeting in Nashville.


The Tennessee Society of Anesthesiologists is a physician organization representing more than 450 anesthesiologists in Tennessee. The organization is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of medical care in the profession of anesthesiology and working to assure the greatest safety for patients receiving anesthesia while they undergo surgery and other procedures throughout the state.


Dr. Dixon lives in Kingsport with his children, Cameron and Aliza.


Two join Fort Henry Mall

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KINGSPORT - The Fort Henry Mall has announced two additions to its staff.


Boswell has more than six years of retail experience within the Fort Henry Mall, and joined the mall management staff in March 2006. She currently is studying business management with emphasis in accounting at Northeast State Community College. Next year Boswell will obtain her associate's degree in business management from Northeast State and will continue her business education at East Tennessee State University.


Two join Oak Hill

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KINGSPORT - Oak Hill Funeral Home has announced the addition of two to its staff.


Tressa D. Fisher has been named office administrator. She started the first Concerned Women for America chapter in East Tennessee, and now serves as prayer chapter leader of the organization. She is a member of Faith Assembly Church and serves as its youth activities director. Fisher is married to Daniel Fisher and has two children, Chelsea, 16, and Nicholas, 8.


Salyers has served in funeral service for more than 40 years, most recently as manager of Doughty-Stevens funeral firm in Greeneville, Tenn. Following two years of pre-medical school at Vanderbilt University, Salyers graduated from John A. Gupton College of Mortuary Science in Nashville.


Salyers received his national board certificate and is licensed in Tennessee as a funeral director and embalmer. He is of the Lutheran faith, a member of the Masonic Lodge in Baileyton, and has been involved in the Kiwanis and many other organizations through the years. He is married to Sharon Ramsey Salyers, and has two sons and one daughter, and one granddaughter.


Bullock earns designation

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KINGSPORT - Roger Bullock, a real estate agent with Town & Country Realty, recently was awarded the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation by the Senior Advantage Real Estate Council.


The Senior Advantage Real Estate Council tracks the special issues and needs of senior property owners and provides education to real estate agents who make seniors an important focus of their business. The SRES designation was introduced in 1997 and is nationally recognized.


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