South Peninsula Hospital CEO Robert Letson poses for a photo in front of the hospital’s Bartlett Street entrance on July 9, 2016, for SPH’s 60th Anniversary Party. (Homer News file photo, Anna Frost)

South Peninsula Hospital CEO will retire next summer

South Peninsula Hospital CEO Bob Letson is leaving Homer after nearly a decade. What he’ll remember most from his time here are all the expanded medical services he brought on board to make it easier for Homer residents to get the help they need, he said.

Letson is set to retire in June 2018, according to a release from the hospital. He and his wife, Cristal, plan to move out east to be closer to family.

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South Peninsula Hospital CEO Robert Letson poses for a photo in front of the hospital’s Bartlett Street entrance on July 9, 2016, for SPH’s 60th Anniversary Party. (Homer News file photo, Anna Frost)

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