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Kyle Weir has been named to RBC Wealth Management’s Director’s Council. Membership in the council recognizes outstanding performance, professional growth, and demonstrated leadership in client service. Weir is a financial adviser and first vice president in the Spokane office.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has promoted Robyn Galtieri to director of the contact center and Brian Scott to director of accounting and finance. Galtieri was previously the director of training and has been with the credit union for 17 years. Scott was previously a financial reporting manager and has been with the credit union for eight years. STCU also hired Derek Tyree as the director of training. Tyree was with Kootenai Health and Washington Trust Bank.

Jason E. Johnson, a private wealth adviser with Ameriprise Financial, has achieved membership in the Million Dollar Round Table – The Premier Association of Financial Professionals. Membership in the association is based on client service, adherence to a code of ethics, professionalism and involvement in at least one other industry association.

Health care

Carl Northrup has opened I Kneaded That Therapeutic Massage at 12012 E. Mission Ave. in the Synergy Healthcare building. Northrup is a licensed massage practitioner. For more information, call (509) 671-3949.


Attorney Richard Denenny has joined the corporate practice group at Lee & Hayes PLLC. Denenny will focus on the firm’s corporate, tax and securities practice. Previously, he was vice president of sales, marketing and product development at Telect. Denenny earned his juris doctor from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.


The YWCA of Spokane has named Dana Morris as director of development. Morris has more than 20 years of experience in sales, service, marketing and high-end relationship management.


IdentityMind has opened an office at 15920 E. Indiana Ave., Suite 202. The company offers fraud prevention, anti-money laundering, and underwriting analysis for ecommerce and financial institutions. For more information, visit www.identitymind

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