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Nicholas Knapton, P.S. has hired Wendy Underhill as support staff and promoted David Williams and Viktoriya Malko from Staff B accountants to Staff A accountants. Underhill worked previously as an office manager at Shiloh Hills Fellowship in Spokane.
Ricky Kay was hired by Palouse Country Transmission and Auto Care as a team member. Kay graduated from Lewis-Clark State College with an associate’s degree in automotive technologies.
GreenCupboards has hired Megan Emery as a buyer; Patrick Lipsker as a buyer for the UK division; and Katie Murphey as the UK supplier relations coordinator. Previously, Emery worked in retail construction procurement for Coldwater Creek. Lipsker graduated from Washington State University with a bachelor’s in communications with an emphasis in advertising. Murphey holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Iowa and a Juris Doctor degree from Gonzaga Law School.
Gregory Kessler, director of Washington State University’s School of Design and Construction, was named an American Institute of Architecture (AIA) fellow. He was one of seven nationally to receive the AIA honor in education.
Jack Lucas, president of TicketsWest, has earned the Patricia G. Spira Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Ticketing Association. Lucas has worked in the ticketing industry for 26 years.
North Pines Chiropractic and Massage has hired Sarah Johnson. Johnson is a chiropractor with an education in prenatal and pediatric chiropractic techniques. She also has experience with exercise science and sports medicine. Rob Siclair, owner of Northwest Physical Therapy and Spine Rehabilitation, has merged with Washington Outpatient Rehabilitation LLC. Siclair, Julianne Alford and Peter Teeple provide physical therapy treatment including aquatics. Their clinics are located at 507 S. Washington St. #10 and 765 E. Holland Ave. For more information call (509) 242-6002.
Campbell & Bissell, PLLC will relocate to 820 W. Seventh Ave. at the end of February.
Graham Lang Jr. was hired as a broker by Kestell Co. Realtors. Previously, Lang worked for Coldwell Banker-Tomlinson South.
The Linoleum Shop, a local flooring business since 1933, is changing its name to Caruso’s Floors.