Daniel E. Dosoretz, M.D., F.A.C.R., F.A.C.R.O.
Daniel E. Dosoretz, M.D., F.A.C.R., F.A.C.R.O., is an original founder and Director of Edison Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiary Edison National Bank. He was a founder and served as a director of Heritage National Bank from 1989 to 1996. Dr. Dosoretz is board certified in Therapeutic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology. He earned his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine, where he was awarded the Gold Medal as the best graduate of his class. He performed his medical internship in Bethesda, Maryland. He was a past instructor and Assistant Professor of Radiation Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Research Fellow of the American Cancer Society. Dr. Dosoretz is one of the founders and former Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century Oncology. He has also been a Visiting Professor at Duke University Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. He carries a full practice of oncology patients. Dr. Dosoretz is a co-founder of 21st Century C.A.R.E., a non-profit dedicated to cancer patient assistance, cancer research and cancer education.
Howard M. Sheridan, M.D.
Howard M. Sheridan, M.D. is an original founder and currently serves as Chairman of Edison Bancshares, Inc. He previously served on the Advisory Board of Southeast Bank, N.A. He was a founder and served as a director and member of the Executive Compensation and Loan Committee of Heritage National Bank from 1989 to 1996. Dr. Sheridan has practiced interventional radiology and diagnostic radiology in Fort Myers, Florida from 1975 to 2004. He is a graduate of the Tulane School of Medicine and currently serves as the Chair of the Tulane University School of Medicine Board of Governors. Dr. Sheridan was an undergraduate at the University of Florida and is a current member of the U of F Chemistry Leadership Board. He is the past Chief Executive Officer of Radiology Regional Center and past president of the Medical Staff of Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center. Dr. Sheridan was one of the founders and served as chairman of Radiation Therapy Services, Inc. until 2008. He is a member of the American Medical Association, the Florida Medical Association, and the American College of Radiology. He was also the founder of the “Fort Myers Wrestling Kids Club,” a youth wrestling organization for elementary and middle school children. Additionally, Dr. Sheridan is a co-founder and Vice President of 21st Century C.A.R.E., a non-profit dedicated to cancer patient assistance, cancer research and cancer education.
David M. DuVall
David M. DuVall is an original founder of Edison Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiary Edison National Bank and serves as Chairman of Edison National Bank. He has lived in the Lee County area since 1959 and has served in various capacities at several local financial institutions for over 30 years. Mr. DuVall was a founding director and executive officer of Heritage National Bank from 1989 to 1996. He has been involved in numerous civic capacities, including the Chamber of Commerce, Sertoma Club, State Commissioner for Junior-Pro Basketball Program, City of Fort Myers Zoning Board of Adjustments, and is a charter member of the Southwest Florida Chapter of Robert Morris and Associates.
Geoffrey W. Roepstorff
Geoffrey W. Roepstorff is an original founder of Edison Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiary Edison National Bank and serves as President of Edison Bancshares, Inc. and Chief Executive Officer of Edison National Bank. His banking career began in 1973, and he has served in various senior positions with Southwest Florida banks. He has extensive knowledge of commercial and consumer loan operations, as well as all other bank operations. In 2004 Mr. Roepstorff accepted the National Philanthropy Award for Outstanding Small Business in Lee County. In 2006, Mr. Roepstorff was appointed, subsequently elected in 2007, and presently serves as a member of the Executive Committee and as treasurer on the board of trustees for one of the nation’s largest cooperatives, Lee County Electric Cooperative. In 2010 Mr. Roepstorff and his wife, Robbie, received the statewide recognition of “Bankers of the Year” from the Florida Bankers Association. He is a founding director of SālusCare, a level 8 Paul Harris Fellow for Rotary Club of Fort Myers South, is a current member and serves on its membership committee and as Trustee for the Rotary South Foundation and Endowment Fund of Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW). Mr. Roepstorff is a long-time member and past president of Saint Michael Lutheran Church and has held leadership positions with the Lee County Youth Basketball, Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), Southwest Florida Addiction Services and other non-profit organizations.
Robbie B. Roepstorff
Robbie B. Roepstorff is an original founder and president of Edison National Bank and serves as secretary of Edison Bancshares, Inc., its Holding Company, since its inception in 1997. Mrs. Roepstorff began her banking career in 1974 and has served in various senior capacities at financial institutions in Southwest Florida. Mrs. Roepstorff is a past director of the Florida Bankers Association and its FBA’s Governmental Relations Board. Mrs. Roepstorff is a former chair and currently serves as vice chair of the Board of Trustees for Florida Gulf Coast University, a former chair and director of The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools, a voting member and former chair of the Horizon Council, serves as a trustee and executive committee member for the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, immediate past chair of the Healthy Lee 2017 Steering Committee, former director of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, a business representative for The Sanibel School Advisory Council, an advisory committee member for the Uncommon Friends Foundation, an IDA (Industrial Development Authority) board member and Airport Special Management Committee member, both appointed by the Lee County Board of Commissioners. Mrs. Roepstorff is also is an investor and past president of the Horizon Council Foundation, a former chair of Hospice of Lee County, a past president of the American Heart Association (Lee County Division), past president and member of the Real Estate Investment Society and has served on Lee County’s Junior Achievement Hall of Fame Advisory Board. Mrs. Roepstorff has received the following recognitions: 2002 Athena Award, 2004 Sanibel-Captiva Chamber Citizen of the Year, 2004 University of North Alabama Alumni of the Year, 2004 National Philanthropy Award for Outstanding Small Business in Lee County, 2006 Junior Achievement Business Leadership Hall of Fame Laureate Award, and one of Gulfshore Life Magazine’s 2008 Women of the Year. She was also awarded the 2008 Paulette Burton Lee County Citizen of the Year award and received the state-wide recognition from the Florida Bankers Association with her husband, Geoff, as 2010 “Bankers of the Year”. Mrs. Roepstorff was also awarded the 2012 Honorary Lifetime Member Award by the Uncommon Friends Foundation, the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Horizon Council, the 2014-2015 News Press Person of the Year and 2014-2015 WGCU Makers: Women Who Make Southwest Florida. Mrs. Roepstorff is a member of the International Women’s Forum. Mrs. Roepstorff moved to southwest Florida in 1997, resides on Sanibel Island with her husband, Geoffrey Roepstorff. They have one son, Matthew, who resides in Fort Myers, and are all members of St. Michael Lutheran Church.