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 Spokane Teachers Credit Union has named Ev Hopkins as chief administrative officer and Belinda Caillouet as chief operations and information officer. Previously, Hopkins was the vice president of human resources and organizational development. She is a graduate of Western CUNA Management School. Caillouet was previously the vice president of information technology and has been with STCU since 1986.

Health care

 Gary Livingston has been named the 2014 board chairman for Providence Health Care’s Community Ministry Board of Directors. Livingston is the retired Chancellor of the Community Colleges of Spokane and has served with the Providence board since 2007. Mary Selecky, retired secretary of health, has also joined the board. Continuing members are: Lorilei Bruggink, past PHC Foundation board chairwoman; Patricia Butterfield of the Washington State University College of Nursing; Ramon Canto of Providence North East Washington Medical Group; Jeff Clode of Providence Physicians Clinic; Dan Dionne of Providence Physicians Clinic; Marian Durkin of Avista; Sister Susanne Hartung, PH&S chief mission integration officer; Elaine Hoskin of Sterling Bank; Keith Marton, retired CMO of Providence Health & Services; Dean Martz of Inland Neurosurgery & Spine Associates; Rob McCann of Catholic Charities; Sister Judith Nilles of the Dominican Sisters; Paul Pimentel, retired CFO of Isothermal; Mike Reilly, retired insurance broker; Curt Shoemaker of Paine Hamblen LLP; Phil Stalp, corporate accountant; Jim Watts, retired ob/gyn; Ron Wells, developer.

 Teresa Kincaid has opened Anchor Counseling Services LLC at 1402 S. Grand Blvd., Suite 201. Kincaid is a Washington state licensed marriage and family therapist associate who offers counseling for couples and families, as well as individual therapy for grief, depression, anxiety, trauma and behavioral issues. For more information contact (509) 321-4031.

Insurance

 Mary Lemon received the Award of Excellence for the fourth time from Safeco Insurance Co. for excellence in underwriting. Lemon is chief operating officer for Fidelity Associates in Spokane and has been with the company since 1986. Kim Krogh, also with Fidelity Associates in Spokane, has been named a recipient of the Industry Leader of the Year Award from Spokane Insurance Associates.

Law

 Ewing Anderson, P.S. has announced that Derek Taylor joined the firm as an associate attorney and that the directors and shareholders have elected Brad Smith to lead the firm. Taylor’s practice includes civil litigation with an emphasis on insurance disputes and claims, real estate, personal injury and family law. He is a member of the Washington and Montana state bar associations and the Spokane County Bar Association.

 Steven Schneider has moved his law and mediation practice to 203 N. Washington St., Suite 204. He continues to practice real estate, landlord-tenant, bankruptcy, business and contract law. For more information contact (509) 838-4458.

Marketing

 14Four has hired Travis Nelson and Ben Hodge as frontend developers. Nelson, a graduate of Brigham Young University, previously was an iOS developer at Rocket GUI. Hodge graduated from Spokane Falls Community College degree in graphic design.

Miscellaneous

 David Ittner has been promoted to senior vice president for Fairmount Memorial Association and Fairmount Holdings Inc. Ittner has been with Fairmount since 2003 and was previously the general manager of the Fairmount Memorial Association. He has been a board member of the Washington Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association for six years and currently serves as president of the board.



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