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NAC|Architecture has hired Annette Davidow as an interior designer and Brian Putt as an electrical engineer. Davidow has 10 years of experience and is National Council for Interior Design Qualification certified. Putt is a member of Building Industry Consulting Services International.
HomeStreet Bank has hired Jamie Parisotto as a loan officer in the Spokane Lending Center. She has 14 years of experience as an escrow officer and eight years of lending experience.
URM Stores Inc. announced that Paul Christianson is the vice president of procurement and retail services, Rick Jensen is the vice president of profit centers and Jon Roman is the director of retail services. Christianson has been with URM since 1986 and worked previously as the director of retail services. Jensen has been with URM since 1996 and worked previously as the director of Food Service and Cash and Carry. Roman has been with URM since 1992 and worked previously as the manager of grocery procurement.
Julie Morris has been named to The Hadassah Foundation board. Morris is a former high school English teacher and is active in her local synagogue. The Foundation works to improve the status of women and girls in the United States and Israel.
Skils’kin has promoted Ryan Warzecha from job developer to individual employment coordinator and Stacy Sporer from employment support specialist to group supported employment coordinator. Dan Stumph has been promoted to pathways coordinator. Stumph was previously a staffing manager at ENZO.
Shawn Mitchell, Josh Hardy and Joel Cournyer have joined Keller Williams Realty Spokane. Cournyer is also with Red Door Real Estate and Mitchell is with Ricoh. Previously, Hardy worked for General Pacific in Portland.
Auble, Joliecoeur & Gentry Inc. and several other appraisal firms have combined to form Valbridge Property Advisors. They will provide appraisal and consultation services. You can visit their website at www.valbridge.com.