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• Matt Sisk has been hired as specialty division manager for Cameron-Reilly LLC. He has 20 years of local contracting and decorative concrete service experience.
• Taylor Engineering promoted Professional Land Surveyor Darrel Carsten, Environmental Scientist Kevin Ames and Licensed Civil Engineer Mike Morse to associates. • Annie Luu has rejoined DCI Engineers’ Spokane office as a structural project engineer. She previously worked for the company’s Seattle office and holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in business administration from Gonzaga University.
• Kevin Salazar, secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior, appointed Gary Machlis co-leader of the department’s Strategic Sciences Group. Machlis is a professor of conservation for the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources and serves as science adviser to the director of the National Park Service.
• Denise Vickerman has been appointed director of the Washington Lodging Association board. She is general manager of Ramada Spokane Airport.
• Michele Dieter has been promoted from inpatient supervisor to inpatient manager for Shriners Hospitals for Children in Spokane. Dieter is a registered nurse and has been with Shriners for more than 22 years. The hospital also hired Terri Roark as a certified physician assistant and Julie Lockhart as director of development. Roark previously worked for Advanced Surgical Orthopaedics and is a graduate of both Whitworth University and Duke University Medical Center. Lockhart previously served as manager of development for Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and psychology.
• The Center for Occupational Health and Education has hired Pattie Frazier as health services coordinator. She previously worked for St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute’s human resources department.
• Coeur d’Alene Mines Corp. has hired Stefany Bales as director of corporate communications. She previously served as vice president of Pac/West Communications. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Elmira College and a master’s degree in natural resource communication from the University of Idaho.
• Julie Moyer-Nesbitt has been hired as special events and fundraising manager of Eastern Washington and North Idaho for the American Diabetes Association. She has 16 years of nonprofit experience and graduated from Gonzaga University. • The City of Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission elected Eden Irgens as chair. Irgens has served as a member of the commission for six years.
• Kelli Johnson and Mark Rhoads have been hired as brokers for John L. Scott Real Estate’s Citywide office. The company also hired Gary Hansen as a broker for its Liberty Lake office.