People on the Move: Jenkins, Debs retiring from RS&H; Lentz moves to Cushman & Wakefield | Jax daily record | Jacksonville Daily Record
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• The board of directors of the architecture, engineering and consulting firm RS&H announced that the chairman Leerie Jenkins and member Joe Debs will retire at the end of August. Jenkins has been chairman since 1990. Debs, who once led RS & H’s Transportation Infrastructure Practice and eventually served as Executive Vice President, is ending his three-year tenure on the board after retiring full-time in 2017.
• Joseph Lentz joined Cushman & Wakefield in Jacksonville as a director. He will focus on land and retail. Lentz previously worked for Cantrell & Morgan Inc. for six years.
Named Stellar Ted Speas as division vice president of sales and logistics, including sales, operations, quality, customer service and financial performance. Stellar focuses on design, engineering, construction and mechanical services worldwide. He joins Sysco Corp after six years. to Stellar. Stellar said the position reinforces the company’s commitment to the food distribution market.
• Junior Achievement from the President and CEO of North Florida Steve St. Amand will retire on December 31st after 20 years with the company. Since January 1, 2001, he has headed an area of 26 Florida counties.
• Downtown Vision, the nonprofit Business Improvement District for Downtown Jacksonville, has announced four new members to its 27-member Board of Directors.
Coty Hoskins, executive pastor of First Baptist Church.
Joyce Morgan, City Councilor.
Alex Travis, a corporate and tax attorney with Rogers Towers.
Cyndy trimmer, a commercial real estate attorney and registered lobbyist with Driver, McAfee, Hawthorne & Diebenow.