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  • Glenn Miller has opened a health and life insurance agency at 1600 Skypark Drive, Suite 203, in Medford. He has been an independent broker for almost 12 years specializing in Medicare and health insurance. Miller is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors — Rogue Valley Chapter, and possesses a Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow designation.
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  • Glenn Miller has opened a health and life insurance agency at 1600 Skypark Drive, Suite 203, in Medford. He has been an independent broker for almost 12 years specializing in Medicare and health insurance. Miller is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors — Rogue Valley Chapter, and possesses a Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow designation.
    He previously was a contractor with Jones & Associates in Medford for more than 11 years. He can be reached at 541-941-3084.
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    Sustainable Fisheries Partnership has appointed Jacksonville resident Howard M. Johnson to the organization's board. Johnson will retire from active staff work at SFP, where he has served as director of global programs, at the end of 2012.
    Johnson has been with SFP since its founding as a nonprofit organization in 2006. Before joining SFP, Johnson was president of H.M. Johnson and Associates, a leading seafood industry research and analysis firm he founded in 1984. Johnson's seafood career spans more than 40 years, including involvement in a wide variety of activities including seafood procurement in Southeast Asia and aquaculture development in the United States, Mexico, Chile and Brazil.
    He also founded and published the "Annual Report on the United States Seafood Industry" for 18 years.
    Sustainable Fisheries Partnership presented Johnson the inaugural Howard M. Johnson SFP Leadership Award at its annual meeting in Honolulu. The award will go to individuals mirroring Johnson's integrity and character, and exemplifying his leadership and innovation, the organization said.
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