Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday announced the appointment of Randy Ellsworth, Leanne Polhill, Pamela Dechmerowski and Dean Easterwood to the Board of Hearing Aid Specialists.
Easterwood, of Milton, is the President of Ears 2 Hear Hearing Center. He is a District Director for the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and a member of the International Hearing Society. Easterwood served in and received an honorable discharge from the United States Army and is Chairman of the Senior Resources Roundtable of Pensacola.
“It is an honor to be appointed by Governor Ron DeSantis to the Board of Hearing Aid Specialists,” said Easterwood. “I am humbled to serve the people of The Great State of Florida. I hope to represent Santa Rosa county with integrity and distinction.”
Details about the four other nominees follow:
- Dechmerowski, of Orlando, is a Hearing Aid Specialist in Costco’s Wholesale Hearing Aid Department. She is a past board member of the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and is a member of the International Hearing Society.
- Ellsworth, of Port St. Lucie, is a Hearing Aid Specialist at Hearing Solutions of the Palm Beaches. He is a Past President of the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and a former Director of the Coordinating Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
- Polhill, of Port Orange, is the Director of Operations for Alan Lowell Hearing Aid Specialists. She is a Past President of the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and currently Chairs the Florida Board of Hearing Aid Specialists. Polhill earned her bachelor’s degree from Stetson University.
These appointments are subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.