February 13, 2011 in Business

Business Beat


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New Faces

Dan Sasse has been hired by Integrus Architecture as network administrator. He has extensive information technology experience and previously worked as a general contractor. The company also hired Kathryn Fuller as a project architect. She holds bachelor’s degrees in architecture and architectural studies from Washington State University.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has hired Jessica Walters as assistant manager of the company’s lending center real estate team. She previously worked for Banner Bank.

Kim Hagerty has been hired as corporate communications officer for InCyte Pathology. She previously worked for Signature Genomics.

Global Credit Union has hired Victoria Krzyminski and Kaycee Hardin as member services representatives. Krzyminski will work for the company’s north Spokane branch and Hardin will work for the main office in Spokane.

Jenn Walter has been hired as a sales executive for Moloney + O’Neill’s Commercial Insurance Division. She previously worked for Chase and Sterling Savings banks as a commercial loan officer.

Keller Williams Realty Spokane has hired James Galiano and Erik Phillips as real estate agents. Galiano previously worked for Owner Assist Realty; Phillips previously worked for Century 21.


Spokane Teachers Credit Union promoted Robyn Stengle to director of training and talent development. She has been with the company since 1998.


Dr. Robert Achterberg has been included on the topDentists 2011 list in the field of oral pathology. Dr. Achterberg is an oral and maxillofacial pathologist at InCyte Pathology.

Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency presented CXT Inc. with its 2011 Clean Air Award in recognition of the company’s outstanding efforts to reduce emissions at its facility. Two of the company’s production facilities operate in the Spokane Valley.


Steve Matsko has been elected chair of AAA Washington’s 2011 board of trustees. Matsko is a Certified Financial Planner, long-term care professional and retired regional manager of U.S. Bank.

The following individuals have been elected as new officers for Hospice of Spokane’s board of trustees: Steve Cote, chairman; Mike Ward, vice chairman; Al Rubens, secretary; John Bjorkman, treasurer; and Linda Thompson, immediate past chair.

New Business

Lee Houk has opened Extreme Telecom Data, Inc. The company specializes in servicing existing telecommunication systems, new installations, offering a 24/7 service center and more. Houk has more than 21 years of sales management experience and previously worked for Northwest Communications Center Ltd. Contact: (509) 720-1277. Website: www.extreme telecomdata.com.

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