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Linda Gray

If you know Linda Gray, site manager at Nature Coast Clinical Research in Inverness, you won’t be surprised to learn that in addition to being an accomplished nurse and seasoned research professional, she is a fearless home improvement expert. D-I-Y projects like tiling, painting and installing wood floors are all in a day’s work for Linda. 

She is also an outdoor adventurer. After graduating from nursing school she spent two years working for Windjammer Barefoot Cruises on the Polynesia, a 298 ft, 4 masted, barquentine tall ship as the nurse/bartender. She has always loved the beach and spent every summer of her youth at the Jersey Shore. Since moving to Florida in 1992, her summer destination is St. Augustine where she enjoys seafood - in particular her favorite, crab cakes. 

Linda played eighteen years of women’s softball and has also coached gymnastics, soccer and baseball. Most recently she has taken up kick-boxing four nights a week. 

During those rare, quieter moments, you might find her at home sewing or quilting with her two rescue dogs, April and Molly by her side. But, knowing Linda, there just might be a new D-I-Y project with her name on it…….

Mora "Corkey" Lecorchick

I work at the Nature Coast Clinical Research Inverness office as a Research Assistant, but I’m partial to welcoming visitors as the “Secretary of First Impressions”.  

Over the years I have held many part time jobs while raising 6 beautiful children in Maryland Virginia. When my youngest became a senior in high school, I began working in the mortgage business.  After 15 years, I uprooted to sunny Florida.

I am an avid golfer with a 15 handicap, but my heart belongs to dancing.  My husband and I used to dance at least twice a week while living in Maryland. His favorite is the Country Two Step.  It was hard to find a place to dance when we moved to Inverness, so I started a country line dance class at the club where we live and golf.

I doubt it comes as a surprise that my favorite television shows are Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance!

Since my husband is not able to dance any more, I have taken up kickboxing and love it.  The place where I go is very patient with me and everyone there. Our instructors are always watching to make sure we have proper technique and don’t injure ourselves. I would highly recommend them.

Lastly, I am very blessed to be part of this company. Just like my kickboxing Sensei, my co-workers are there to make sure I have the resources and knowledge to do my job successfully.

 

Kim Siddell

I have been a part of JCCR, working at the Inverness site since October 1, 2005. I started out as a research assistant and then became a SC. In 2007, following my mother's footsteps, I took my ACRP coordinator exam and became a CCRC. I love my job and am proud to work with such an amazing group of people and one of the best PI's around!

I have two daughters; a soon to be eight year old and a very grown seven month old who keep me very busy!

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, whether it be going out on the boat or catching a movie. I despise seafood of any kind. I love salty carbs, they are my bitter enemy! When I was younger, I rode horses, mainly quarter horses, they are my favorite animal! I was a barrel racer- Again, thanks to my mom, a pretty good one. My favorite movie is Little Miss Sunshine and my favorite TV shows are the Knick (MUST SEE) and The Walking Dead.

I am currently working towards my nursing degree at the College of Central Florida. I plan to apply in the spring of 2015 and continue my education towards a master in nursing before I die. It's on my bucket list! 

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