Who’s News for the week of December 3rd-9th

Photos above: from left, Michael Gable and Annsley Troxell.

The Island News adds new sales associate

Michael Gable recently joined the advertising sales team of The Island News. Michael is a local real estate agent as well as working for the newspaper. He has over 25 years of sales experience working for large companies on “key accounts”. Michael’s plan is to transfer that experience to his new clients helping them move their businesses to the next level. “I am able to help people navigate the sometimes confusing arena of media placement and sales while always keeping with my personal “client first” commitment to everyone I work with.”

Michael and his wife recently moved to Beaufort from Greenville, SC with their dog Briana and their cats Lili and Princess. Currently he serves on the boards of Marsh Harbor Owners Association and the South Carolina chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.

Physician Assistant joins Beaufort Memorial Surgical Specialists

Annsley Troxell has joined the staff at Beaufort Memorial Surgical Specialists and will be working with board-certified vascular surgeon Dr. Chad Tober.

Troxell earned her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Medical University of South Carolina. In between her two years of graduate studies, she participated in a Seacoast Church/Emoyeni Medical Mission to South Africa.

For the past year, Troxell served as a primary care provider at Anderson Family Care in the Upstate. Her experience also includes two years as a volunteer at the free clinic at Clemson University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Biological Sciences.

Beaufort Memorial Surgical Specialists is located at 1055 Ribaut Rd., Suite 30 in Beaufort. Along with Dr. Tober, who also sees patients at Beaufort Memorial’s Bluffton Medical Services in Westbury Park, the practice includes a team of four general surgeons; Drs. Perry Burrus, Deanna Mansker, Tim Pearce and Stephen Sisco.

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