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Latest on death of Baptist Health Care executive

Baptist Chief Financial Officer, Kerry Vermillion's, body was pulled from the Santa Rosa Sound yesterday around noon .

Vermillion went missing in the water Friday, about a quarter mile off portofino island resort.
He was out on a boat with friends when authorities say he jumped into the water to go swimming. ...

Source: www.weartv.com/

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