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Vice President
Baskerville Donovan, Inc

Senior Vice President
Baskerville Donovan, Inc

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Baskerville Donovan, Inc

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Board Member
Escambia County Health Facilities Authority

County Administrator
Escambia County Health Facilities Authority

Board Member
Florida Partnership for School Readiness

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Newton High School

Political Science
College of Wooster

University of Maryland

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Rodney L. KendigVice PresidentBaskerville-Donovan, Inc.316 South Baylen Street, Sutie 300Pensacola, FL 32501(850) 438-9661 - telephone(850) 433-6761 - fax

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Funeral services for Former County Administrator Rodney Kendig
Funeral services for Former County Administrator Rodney Kendig
A funeral service will be held this week for Former Escambia County Administrator Rodney Kendig.
Rodney Kendig died Friday after a two year battle with cancer. He was 73 years-old.
Kendig was hired in 1978 as Escambia County Administrator and later served as Pensacola's City Manager.
During his career, he oversaw multiple construction projects at the Pensacola International Airport.
He was also instrumental in the annexation of the Cordova Mall and Washington High School area.
Rodney Kendig's funeral will be held this Thursday at 3 pm. It will be at First Presbyterian Church in Pensacola.
Funeral services for Former County Administrator Rodney Kendig

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Rod Kendig, former FCCMA member and past president, passed away on Friday, January 31 after a two-year battle with cancer. He joined the Association in 1978 while serving as Escambia County Administrator. He served as county administrator for 16 years until 1985.

In 1985 after serving sixteen years as county administrator, he served the City of Pensacola as city manager. From 1991-1992 he served as FCCMA president.Â

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Rodney Lee Kendig

Rodney Lee Kendig, 73, of Pensacola, FL passed away on Friday, January 31, 2014 at the Joyce Goldenberg Hospice Residence as a result of complications from cancer. Rod was born on November 12, 1940 in Lancaster, PA to Richard Benner and Jane Eby Kendig and was very proud of his Pennsylvania Dutch heritage.
Rod attended public schools in Newton, NJ and graduated from Newton High School in 1958. He received a degree in Political Science in 1962 from the College of Wooster in Wooster, OH. He attended graduate school at the University of Maryland while working for the National Association of Counties in Washington, DC. Rod became Escambia County Administrator in October 1978 and Pensacola City Manager in 1985.
In the early 1980’s, Rod, as County Administrator, and Steve Garman, Pensacola City Manager, provided Northwest Florida with a spirit of governmental cooperation and collaboration that has not been replicated.
From 1985-1990, while Rod was City Manager, Rod and Paula were foster parents for Children's Home Society.
As a parent of a child with disabilities, Rod became a tireless advocate for children's health and Education issues. This involvement included serving on the Arc Gateway Board of Directors, the State Partnership for School Readiness and the Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County.
In the position as Sr. Vice-President, at Baskerville-Donovan, Inc., Rod was able to use his superior communication skills to serve as liaison between state and local governments and federal and state funding sources to obtain approval and funding for various governmental projects. On Saturday mornings, Dr. Larry Walker, ECUA Board Chairman, and Rod would have breakfast to discuss various political issues and books, and then go to estate and garage sales looking for books to add to their personal libraries.
Rod was active in the International City /County Management Association, American Society for Public Administration, Northwest Florida League of Cities and the Gulf Coast Economics Club.
Rodney was preceded in death by his father, Richard Benner Kendig.

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