Executive Excesses at South Florida Blood Bank

Four administrators at the non-profit also received severances worth more than $800,000 in total


Top managers at South Florida's main blood bank charged meals with co-workers that featured alcohol and cost nearly $1,000, and one executive took limousine rides worth almost $1,400, according to expense-report receipts obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.

Four longtime administrators of the nonprofit agency also were paid nearly $812,000 in severance packages during the past 22 months by Community Blood Centers, now a division of OneBlood Inc., documents indicate. A fifth executive, Chief Financial Officer Steve Erjavec, was fired last month.