July 1, 2006 in Business

Business beat

The Spokesman-Review
 

Numerica Credit Union has hired Alan Woodruff as a business development officer III in the business services department. He holds a degree in education and business from the University of Oregon and previously worked at U.S. Bank.

Craig Hult has been hired as an associate administrator at Rockwood Clinic. He previously worked as the chief financial officer at Spokane Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic and holds a master’s of business administration degree from Gonzaga University.

Century 21 Beutler & Associates has hired Matt Gilroy as a real estate agent in its downtown Spokane office.

ALSC Architects has hired Slavisa Mededovic as a designer/draftsman. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and design from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia and has over 20 years of experience.

Lindsay Ray has been hired as an interior designer at Integrus Architecture. She holds a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Washington State University.

HollisterStier has hired Marcia Carriere as a safety test specialist. She is a graduate of the University of Montana in Missoula and holds bachelor’s degrees in Japanese and microbiology.

PROMOTED

Empire Airlines has promoted Tim Fulp to planning and projects specialist. He previously worked as a heavy maintenance mechanic at Empire Aerospace.

KUDOS

The Inland Northwest Council of the Boy Scouts of America have awarded Greg Bever the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award. Bever is the publisher of the Journal of Business. The award is given to Eagle Scouts of over 25 years who have distinguished themselves in their professions and have made contributions to their community.

The Spokane Public Relations Council has awarded its 11th Annual SPARC Awards to the following: Design/Posters, Merit Award, Sue Chism, Whitworth College, “Godspell” Poster; Excellence Award, Ed Bruneau, Spokane Advertising Federation, 2005 Grape and Grain poster, Produced by Creative Consultants; Design/Logo/Organizational Identity, Merit Award, Becky Swanson, Empire Health Services, Corporate Logo, Produced by HT Klatzky & Associates; Merit Award, Ed Bruneau, MMI, MMI Corporate Identity Makeover, Produced by Creative Consultants; Design/Illustrations, Merit Award, Michelle Hege and Sarah Taylor, Spokane Regional Support Network, Speak Out poster, Produced by Desautel Hege Communications.

ELECTED/APPOINTED

Tom Fritz has been appointed to chair the Spokane Area Workforce Development Council. Fritz is the chief executive officer of Inland Northwest Health Services.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has elected the following to its board of directors: Georgia Miller, chair; Thomas Johnson, vice chair; and Wally Stanley.

Dr. John Lundeby has been elected as a member of the American College of Phlebology. He is the co-founder of the Laser & Vein Center and Reflections Med Spas in Coeur d’Alene.

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