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Anson Avery CPA, PLLC has hired Linda Littell as a staff accountant.
GreenCupboards has hired Beth Mattix as a supplier sourcing administrator and Lauryl Johnson as a purchasing specialist.
Melody Westmoreland has been named director of operations for American Medical Response’s Spokane region. Previously, she was operations manager for AMR in Billings.
Jacob Johnson has been promoted to director of operations at Unicep. Johnson has been with the company for nine years and held several other management jobs.
Jason Armstrong has received accreditation from CruiseOne as an independent cruise specialist.
The Downtown Rotary Club 21 has accepted former Spokane Mayor Mary Verner for membership. Verner is the CEO of Spokane Tribal Enterprises.
Sustainable Resources INW has elected Bill Bancroft and Karsten Olson to its board of directors. Bancroft is the facilities operations/property manager at Steam Plant Square and Olson is the principal at MindShare Consulting.
Michael Rubrecht and Doug Chantry have joined Windermere North Spokane as brokers. Rubrecht has 25 years of experience with two Fortune 100 companies and eight years experience as a business owner. Chantry is on the board of directors for Harvest Foods and was the owner and president of Brewster Harvest Co.
The Idaho Housing and Finance Association has honored the following North Idaho realtors: Tina Hood of Century 21 Beutler & Associates; Jan Leaf of Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty; Bill Noordam of Century 21 Beutler & Associates; Josh Adams of Keller Williams Realty; Shawn Aldrich of Century 21 Beutler & Associates; Cynthia Bilstad of Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Realty; Patricia Lozano of Windermere Real Estate; David Noordam of Century 21 Beutler & Associates; Becky Randles of Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Realty; and Chad Salsbury of Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty Inc.
Imprezzio Inc. has hired Brian Jensen as a business analyst. Previously, Jensen headed analytics and operations at a local Web development firm. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Westmont College.
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